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Old 12-17-2019, 04:10 PM   #1
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Hello all, I'm a newbie... in have a 2002 xplorer. My house light will not come on, I can't check my tank, generator won't come on. Rig starts find and I was able to start it using the house battery too.
Could it be a fuse or blown circuit? Was hoping to be gone on my first trip, too cold on the east coast. Any help I appreciate.

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Old 12-17-2019, 06:31 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Class B Forum,

As to your Generator, not coming on. My first thought was are you low on fuel about 1/4 of a tank as most generators will auto-off to save fuel. You should have two or three Generator switches and if all are not working. YES, check fuses and anything that may be an issue for the Generator, Oil levels, House batteries, and C-Battery as I'm thinking its a battery issue. Let us know when you learn what the problem is. Welcome to the Forum for Class B owners.

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There is a lot to a Motorhome we call our Recreational Vehicle, RV. One last point as from time to time at the end of a word you will see down arrow ^, yes, I know it’s up, sorry did not have a down arrow on my keyboard. Clicking on them you will find sub-menus and more information to guide you on each of your forum Travels.

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