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Old 05-24-2018, 04:38 AM   #1
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Hello Everyone,



When i plug my 30 amp electrical cord with my adapter to the house wall socket, the blue light is on on the wall side but the cable that connects to the TT the blue light is not on. I checked the breakers and fuses and they all seem to be ok. My battery indicator on wall panel in TT states my batteries are fully charged. Any suggestion as to why the blue light is not on (on the TT side) ?

Thank you ahead of time .... Gio
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Old 05-24-2018, 10:37 AM   #2
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the BLUE LIGHT is probably on the power leg that you are NOT using. The 30 amp is 220 and uses 2 power wires, the 20 amp only uses one.
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I am not quite sure what you are plugging into. Is it a RV plug or some other 30 amp plug?? RV 30 amp is 120 volt, not 220 volts. I suggest you take a test meter and check the lugs on the receptacle. One leg should be hot and the others not. One of the legs of the three is neutral and the other is a ground. If it is otherwise, unplug it immediately. Also, the hot leg is critical which terminal is hot for an RV plug.
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I stand corrected.

http://www.dmbruss.com/zFullTimeLife...30_amp_Service
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Old 05-24-2018, 02:06 PM   #5
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I am not quite sure what you are plugging into. Is it a RV plug or some other 30 amp plug?? RV 30 amp is 120 volt, not 220 volts. I suggest you take a test meter and check the lugs on the receptacle. One leg should be hot and the others not. One of the legs of the three is neutral and the other is a ground. If it is otherwise, unplug it immediately. Also, the hot leg is critical which terminal is hot for an RV plug.
Yes it is the the 30 amp RV plug i am referring to. See pix below for better reference.
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Old 05-24-2018, 02:14 PM   #6
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Blue light is burned out. In my experience the will work for a year or two and then they are done for.
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Nick are you referring to the blue light in the receptacle is done for or the the 30 amp power cord is done for. Thanks
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Mine lasted about two years(blue light), if you have power, nothing to worry about. Any equipment you have that says 'Furrion" on it will break sooner rather than later.
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My blue light has been black for three years! That's on the extremely heavy 50 amp cable.
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Blue light is burned out. In my experience the will work for a year or two and then they are done for.
Nick is more than likely correct - mine burned out/quit working after the first season and no matter what I plug the anaconda into, only one light on the male end comes on - just fine quality from Furion...
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