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Old 04-30-2014, 11:12 AM   #1
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Question Power to Fridge and Lights while plugged in?


Shouldn't the light and fridge work while plugged into the 110v?
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Old 04-30-2014, 11:34 AM   #2
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Connected batteries

Originally Posted by lindct View Post

Just bought a Sunset Trail 26RB, love the trailer. However I am a newbie to having a trailer. I am currently parked in trailer park and my trailer is plugged into the 110V. I seem to have lost the power to all of my 12volts item (lights, fridge, etc..) The only item that seem to be working is the Microwave and TV. Do I still need to keep my batteries plugged to the trailer while on the 110v?

The fridge, water heater and furnace have controls needing 12volts to work but even if the batteries are disconnected, the converter should provide the 12 v. One of my friends does'nt have a battery at all and everything is ok, Maybe your converter isbad or disconnected. You should leave the battery connected to give you a cleaner 12 volts which is advised for the controls aand the batt. will last longer this way.
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