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Old 04-24-2021, 08:32 AM   #1
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Default 2004 Atrium has NO 12v power ( SOLVED )

I was listening to the radio and it quit to find I had NO !2 V power anywhere. Retracing my morning steps, I was in the rear passenger electrical side door which is the next door up from the batteries. Have not a clue what I am looking at in here, but I have a distilled bottle of water in here for the batteries. I had moved the bottle and found it was pressing on these red buttons and they showed 80v and 120v on them? I kept pushing the RED buttons thinking it was resets, WRONG!!! There are little black flip switches that pop down underneath I needed to push back up to reset the 12v power which from there goes to all the 12v fuses.
FYI on the opposite side of the RV is the inverter and on the back wall is also the 300v fuse I noticed that could have been the culprit too, but in testing it, it was fine.
Interesting as I had previously emailed Gulfstream for a 12v wiring schematic for my Atrium and it showed these switches and fuse which now really helped. Thanks Gulfstream..
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Old 05-09-2021, 04:10 PM   #2
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So those are 80-amp, 120-amp and 300a circuit breakers for 12vdc (not 80 volt
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