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Old 04-29-2016, 02:50 PM   #1
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No power for radio, levelling jacks, keypad lock

Melbourne class C isn't getting any power to these three but all other power seems to work and it drives fine. If it is fuse related please help with locating the right fuse. Same with locating isolator or solenoid that may be the cause. I recently was messing with and lubricating a stuck contact rod on the side bottom of the door, if that helps.
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Old 05-01-2016, 07:17 PM   #2
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No power for leveling jack and radio

On our Jayco Class C Greyhawk we found out there is a fuse behind the house battery that went out. When we replaced that fuse everything worked again.
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Old 05-02-2016, 08:32 AM   #3
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Same with me a few years ago. A fuse behind the battery tray did the trick as mentioned above.
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Old 05-03-2016, 06:38 AM   #4
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Any info on the behind the battery box fuse that you can share? Sounds like one of the 0nes you want to have a few spares of....
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Old 05-03-2016, 09:35 PM   #5
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Fixed, thanks.

That was it, the solenoid behind the coach batteries has 2 fuses on it, a 5 amp and 7.5 amp. It was the 7.5 amp that was blown and when I replaced it, all of the above began working again. Now I have some extra fuses just in case.
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Old 06-24-2016, 12:49 AM   #6
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Good thing I was carrying those extra fuses because it blew again. I know what triggered it this time. I had the leveling jacks working and when I touched the electronic keypad on the door that caused the fuse to blow. Since I had the extra fuses it was an easy fix and we were on our way.
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That's interesting. I thought the keypad was entirely battery operated. At least I think it is on our Greyhawk.
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Old 06-24-2016, 02:50 PM   #8
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That's interesting. I thought the keypad was entirely battery operated. At least I think it is on our Greyhawk.
Yup, mine is battery operated on the Grayhawk29MV.

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Good thing I was carrying those extra fuses because it blew again. I know what triggered it this time. I had the leveling jacks working and when I touched the electronic keypad on the door that caused the fuse to blow. Since I had the extra fuses it was an easy fix and we were on our way.
Something isn't right. Just touching a component shouldn't ever blow a fuse, you aren't telling the whole story. I would do some continuity checks on the wires to check for shorts... Now if what you touched was a key to make the leveling jacks overload, well the fuse just saved your system. Putting in a new fuse is temporary fix
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That's interesting. I thought the keypad was entirely battery operated. At least I think it is on our Greyhawk.
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Yup, mine is battery operated on the Grayhawk29MV.

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The electronic door lock on our 2014 Greyhawk doesn't have an internal battery. It has two contacts in the door frame and is powered from the house battery.
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