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pianotuna

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Posted: 01/06/22 11:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

code3run wrote:

My sons trailer is an Eclipes Attitude 21AK 2008. We plugged into shore power like we have since it was new and we get nothing ! No shore power at all . Checked breakers. We never had a problem . Is there a transfer switch or something to check ?

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Hi code3run,

If it works on the generator then it may be that the transfer switch is not working.

Try bypassing the transfer switch.


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Our 2010 Fuzion had a recall for the Iota transfer switch. You might check to see if your trailer is also affected.


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12 volt I’m fine . But when I plug in shore Power nothing works . No lights , nothing . Yes tested the outlet in the garage and works fine. I feel that the trailer is not switching over to 110v??
The lights are AC?

And you also did not confirm with us that you have power at the end of the cord plugging into the camper. You just said something like “it’s always worked.”


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fj12ryder wrote:

Our 2010 Fuzion had a recall for the Iota transfer switch. You might check to see if your trailer is also affected.
That's a good catch. IOTA ITS-50R transfer switches were being recalled from 2008-2011.

Is this a 50A trailer?


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I will look for the transfer switch .


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time2roll wrote:

code3run wrote:

12 volt I’m fine . But when I plug in shore Power nothing works . No lights , nothing . Yes tested the outlet in the garage and works fine. I feel that the trailer is not switching over to 110v??
Use that same voltmeter to check voltage on the RV main breakers in the distribution panel.

Then check each connection back to the cord inlet.

Anything else is a wild guess.




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code3run on my old Raptor it was near where the 50amp cable plugged in, but behind a wall in the storage area. Getting to it was a pain.


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Well I really appreciate all the help and today we finally discovered my problem . I’m no electrician by any means but we previously had the power cord spliced together with wire crimps and taped up . Well as we were pulling the tape off to check the crimps the wires pulled right out . We went and but some heavy duty crimps that require a screwdriver and re spliced and everything works perfect !

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code3run thanks for following up, glad you got it resolved.

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code3run wrote:

Well I really appreciate all the help and today we finally discovered my problem . I’m no electrician by any means but we previously had the power cord spliced together with wire crimps and taped up . Well as we were pulling the tape off to check the crimps the wires pulled right out . We went and but some heavy duty crimps that require a screwdriver and re spliced and everything works perfect !


are you referring to "butt connectors" if so those are LOW VOLTAGE ONLY. Suggest replacing the power cord, or cutting and adding a male/female plug, then use the one piece as an extension cord.


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