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captron33

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Posted: 07/10/19 12:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2006 travel supreme motorhome, i have checked all gvi plugs and they have power. The problem is no power to all our three tv areas. All other outlets have power.

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Posted: 07/10/19 01:15pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

They could be powered through an inverter, if equipped.
Is it on?
Are the breakers on and not tripped?


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Posted: 07/10/19 01:24pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Don't some coaches have an interlock between the ignition and the TV's?

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Yes our 99 did. If the switch is on no power, It goes down to a relay located in the dash.

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Power disconnect for TVs are normally only for the ones that the driver can see.

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We are set up at rv park. Cb’s are in on the inverter. All other circuit breakers are in.

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I took the box that disconnected the tv when the key was on the first day i had it.

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I will go with the inverter option If you have an inverter it may be off. Fuse blown (DC) or circuit breaker (AC) tripped.

As others have said usually the ignition interlock (It's a relay in the outlet box the TV is plugged into) only applies to the FRONT TV where the driver can contort to see it.

Now I'm fond of saying many RVers have a few screws loose.... I had some A/C issues when my rig was new.. One of the screws in the power distribution center (Breaker box) took over 3 FULL TURNS before it was tight.> A/C worked much better after that.


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I have two gfci breakers that will shut down power if tripped. Check to see if you have them and if they are tripped, reset them. That is a possibility. Please post the answer when you find it.Happy travels.


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Posted: 07/10/19 09:10pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I knew one person with a travel supreme, lovely coach, all electric
It had 2 inverters running in tandom aka synced together
Do you have this option ?
Make sure both are turned on and operating correctly
Might try turning it/them off for ten minutes to do a reset


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