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Old 06-18-2021, 10:56 PM   #1
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Newby here. Noticed a fan sound coming from the area of the pump and Heater. Stays on when pump is off. Any idea what this is? Wouldn't a nonstop fan kill the house battery?
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not familiar with your model


do you have an inverter ?
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Newby here. Noticed a fan sound coming from the area of the pump and Heater. Stays on when pump is off. Any idea what this is? Wouldn't a nonstop fan kill the house battery?
More information on your precise year and floor plan might help, but the short answer is you are correct to worry it will drain your battery.

I'd probably start pulling fuses to stop it until you can diagnose the problem further.
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alwechs, were you plugged in when you noticed the noise? If so, it may simply be the cooling fan on the charger. Unplug the shore power and see if it goes away. Be sure your house power is turned on like you would be if you were not plugged in and relying on your coach batteries.
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Newby here. Noticed a fan sound coming from the area of the pump and Heater. Stays on when pump is off. Any idea what this is? Wouldn't a nonstop fan kill the house battery?
Could it be the fan in the Range Hood?
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