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We have a 97 ford e250 5.4 liter coachmen rv. All we did was put a new house battery in for the rv and now the generator, fridge, etc does not work w/the new battery installed. can you help?

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I would double check the connection to the new battery ground is very important

Posted on Aug 29, 2010

  • bugsyred Aug 29, 2010

    We have already done that and checked all the fuses, any other suggestions? Everything does run when we have it plugged in.

  • Tim Whalen Aug 29, 2010

    possibly the inverter is not working correctly, check fuses etc. Hope this helps Tim

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