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Battery won't charge when plugged in
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May 6, 2019
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I have searched this forum, but never really found an answer to my problem.  We’ve owned our 177SE for about 6 months and have been out a few times.  All the campgrounds we stay in have 30 Amp hookups, but battery will not stay charged when plugged in.  It will charge off our truck when plugged in and idling, but not much.  I have checked all breakers and fuses (even replaced the 40amps that were good).  I replaced the battery last week from Costco, but it died less than 24 hours into our stay with very minimal usage.  The manual is not very helpful in this matter.  Am I missing something under the fridge beyond fuses and breakers?

May 15, 2019
12:37 pm
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I’ve checked the emergency trailer brake- still connected.  The only thing that stays on is the factory installed radio.  It’s not turned on, but display still stays lit until battery dies.

June 1, 2019
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Hey Carter,

I would take it back to the dealer, or ask them to come to you.  If this isn’t an option, you should consider getting it to the closest dealer to you.  The fact that you replaced the battery and are still having trouble is a big deal.  I am a person that likes to troubleshoot and figure things out.  However, when it comes to things beyond my feeble abilities, I defer to the experts as quickly as possible.

 

Good luck,

 

A.J.

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