I am under the assumption that the battery's + (Positive) terminal has the black cable on it and the battery's -(Negative) terminal has the white cable on it, and it is connected to the frame. Correct? OK..
What is the voltage on the battery without the shore power plugged in? (Wait an hour after unplugging to take voltage reading). Should be around 13+VDC.
A couple things to try:
- Unplug the shore power (with battery still connected) and monitor it for a few days to see if it still blows the fuse.
- Pull the MAIN battery fuse by the battery and plug in the shore power (without battery connected) and monitor a few days.
This may lead us in the right direction.
Let us know what happens
Just my thoughts,
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