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Old 03-05-2017, 02:30 AM   #21
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Verdict is in

Verdict is in. At the dealership they told me that the E05 OL error had indicated an overload situation and something about a redundancy error. They said it looked like the "pass through breaker" had tripped on the inverter.
They said it could be repaired but it would have to be sent in for the work and they didn't have anything in their parts inventory to replace it with. After some discussion with first the parts manager, then the general manager they agreed to try to find the part locally. When that didn't pan out, they went to the trouble to pull the needed part from a new Hurricane, the only other Thor product they had in inventory. Long and short of it is that they went far above and beyond the call of duty to get me back on the road. I never fully understood the problem but the solution is clear and I appreciate the extra effort. Thanks again to the excellent staff at Camping World of North Little Rock. Tonight I've got lights from my batteries and for the first time I'm really beginning to enjoy the RV.
Let's hit the road! I'm ready to camp!
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Old 03-05-2017, 02:35 AM   #22
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Great to hear. Camping World is often maligned (and I am not saying that it is not warranted in some cases) but I have had decent service from them in Florida. Hope that is the last major problem that you have with your coach. Get out there and enjoy it!
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Old 03-05-2017, 11:39 AM   #23
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It's nice to hear that you had a good experience getting your RV repaired. Pulling a part for an inventory-vehicle was very generous of them. Happy camping.
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Old 04-25-2017, 12:51 PM   #24
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no battery power

We have no battery power Was plugged in and it was fine.
The in use switch doesn't seem to work on or off.
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In USE switch doesn't seem to work
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Old 04-25-2017, 01:17 PM   #25
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Need more information.
Are your coach batteries charged?
Do you have power with the generator running.
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Old 04-25-2017, 04:32 PM   #26
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We have no battery power Was plugged in and it was fine.
The in use switch doesn't seem to work on or off.
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In USE switch doesn't seem to work
Could be the circuit breaker in the BCC. didn't notice which coach you have but in the class A's it is on the driver side engine wall accessible from the front hood. This breaker controls all 12v circuitry.
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Old 04-28-2017, 01:26 PM   #27
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12 Volt Battery now working and Surge Protector

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Have you checked the 50 amp breaker in the coach battery box? It has a red or yellow button and red or yellow "flag" shows if it is tripped. You push the flag back in so it does not show to reset it. Could have happened when the power went out. In my Axis it is on the left hand side of the batter box, way in the back. Also check your store/use switch to make sure it did not trip. Same thing happened to me years ago and it was the breaker.
Thanks Oneilkeys for the answer to my problem and Moondoggie for presenting the problem. I had (until a moment ago) the same problem Moondoggie had except for the ginny problem. Could not run the 12 volt system, showed nothing for batteries etc on panel and was about to take to a local RV repair shop, even though still under warranty (It would take weeks at a Thor dealership!).

I finally figured out where the 50 amp breaker is located (duh) by your description and pushed the red button it (don't know if it moved) and also tried to move the yellow flag thingie away from me. My 12 volt system is now working.

I agree with having a surge protector. I use a Progressive $80+ dollar one at the 30 amp posts, and I know it must have saved me while in Florida. Take a look at the surge protector! Blew out due to storms or bad voltage at some RV parks, or both. The surge part no longer worked. Recently bought a new surge protector from Amazon. Will not plug-in without one.

This forum is invaluable. I do have a problem searching for specifics but really good. Also, Thanks to Ed Felker for his must have Axis-Vegas manual, and to those who link to it online.
~debbie
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