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Old 03-26-2018, 09:34 PM   #1
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Battery disconnect switch problem

I have a 2001 Thor motor coach. I had to unplug the battery disconnect switches for some construction work. It was just a plug in and a couple of wire nuts for the electric step..
When plugging it back in I had a problem with them working.
I did find that a 5 amp fuse did blow in the battery control center (top left) also I learned about the test relay button located on the top right of the panel which does not work with the 5 amp blown.
The problem is that the switch that controls the engine is temporarily working and it is triggering the test button clicking noise every 20 seconds or so and then it will stop working all together not allowing me to start the coach.
I would love to just bypass the switch so I can start it.
any ideas?
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Old 03-26-2018, 10:27 PM   #2
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I've got nothing to help you with your problem...
But I'd sill like to say "Welcome aboard!", and with you the best of luck in finding a solution.
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