Question about Fleetwood 2014 Storm 28F
There may be a number of reasons for this. If you are running an air conditioner, the compressor could be stuck or going bad and dropping the voltage. Also, there could be a problem with the refrigerator compressor. If you have a battery bank, there could be a problem with the charging system for the batteries. Try eliminating the frig and the air conditioner first. Then check the battery bank to see if the batteries have a short. The charging system itself could be causing the drop in voltage also. Only by checking one thing at a time will you solve this problem. I have seen people use a power cord that is too light duty and this can cause the same problem.
Posted on May 09, 2014
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