Question about Electrical Supplies
The AC stopped working today. I'm connected to power and I know the RV is still getting power, everything else is working, I just can't find the circuit breaker to figure out if it has been thrown. It's got the bathroom in the rear of the RV with the kitchen and a refrigerator just to the rear of the door.
thanks for any help
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Air handler circuit breaker
WITHOUT ANYTHING TO LOOK AT I WOULD SAY HE CONNECTED HALF THE LOAD TO ONE OF THE PHASE WIRES AND THE OTHER TO THE OTHER PHASE WIRES , PHASE WIRES MEANING 120/240 SINGLE PHASE , SO IF THAT IS THE CASE TAKE THE WIRES HE HAS BUNDLED TO ONE PHASE OR ONE TERMINAL ON THE BREAKER AND THE OTHER TO THE OTHER TERMINAL OF THE BREAKER IN SOME CASES IT IS NECESSARY TO CONNECT THE WIRES WITH CONNECTOR, APPROVED TYPE AND THEN TO THE BREAKER TERMINAL ,THIS JUMPER SHOULD BE RATED THE RATEDING OF THE BREAKER YOU ARE INSTALLING ,GOOD LUCK
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: blown breaker
any moisture is a problem gfci,s trip @ 25 milli amp to ground this is very little get rid of all moisture you can and spray outdoor recepts with some contact cleaner this is available @ good hardware stores and electrical supp houses and will displace all residual moisture
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
If the light is a flouresent light more than likely the ballast is bad. Very simple to replace but make sure power is of..Very common problem.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
SOURCE: Refrigerator is getting no power
Check the relay and the compressor with a volt meter. Make sure that you are getting proper voltage. 110 - 120 volts at both the relay and the compressor. If nothing happens or everytime you try to test and the circuit keeps popping first check for bad wiring make sure nothing has come loose. If all the wiring checks out including the ground then the only thing that will pop a circuitbreaker is a bad compressor meaning it is drawing to many amp and you will either need to have a company replace the compressor for around 600 dollars or get a new unit
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
It is in the tank. You need to drop tank and test voltage of wires going to pump to see if it is in fact the pump. Clean the tank if you replace pump. Look at the pump on Autozone.com
Posted on May 09, 2009
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