Originally Posted by ptylerp
Just got the motor home back from dealer. When they plugged the motor home into 50 amp service everything worked. Tried to duplicate the failure we experienced in South Carolina and it still worked. Plugged in to 50 amp at home and it works fine.
I am now wondering if it was something to do with the shore power connection at the camp ground. Their electrician did check the power box out but I still wonder.
The thing I did not do that I wish I had was to plug in at another campground on the way home. Nor did I plug it in at home before taking it to the dealer. I just presumed the ATS was dead and ran on generator and/or batteries.
Either it healed itself or it was a glitch in the campground power box.
The generator moves the relays in the ATS, shore power does not. If you have a problem on shore power but not on the generator, the chance is you have a bad connection of the power cord. That can be at either end or from the coach receptacle to the ATS