Question about Heating & Cooling
If you took a extension cord and plugged it into a outlet , nothing bad can happen , if you inserted a bobby pins leg into the 2 slots on the female end of the cord , a direct short willexist and blow the breaker instantly. And if you lumped the hot leg to the ground slot a short to ground does the same thing, you will need a load in any circuit to keep it from being a direct short L1 to L2, I would open the breakers on the coach amd 1 by 1 close then until the circuits found that is the issue, after that try searching the outlets and loads in the circuit for any continuity to ground or a direct short condition. do you have a transformer for the 12 v lighting and batt chargers?
Posted on Feb 25, 2012
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