Question about Itasca RVs
With each problem fuse need replacement
Posted by Anonymous on
Are you sure that the system is 24v? Most RV's these days are 12v and may have two batteries that are wired parallel. If they have been rewired in series you have increased the voltage to 24v and that is why the bulbs are not lasting and everything else is failing. To wire the batteries in parallel, negative will be wired to negative and on to the negative or ground lead. The positive will be wired to the positive and on to the positive lead. If the battery is wired from ground to negative and from positive of same battery to negative of the next battery and positive of second battery to positive of the system then it is wired in series and that would be wrong.
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