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  1. Kirk...This is for you.. A engineer was walking down the sidewalk one day when his friend, another engineer, rode up on an incredible shiny new bicycle. The first engineer was stunned by his friend's sweet ride and asked, "WOW! Where did you get such a nice bike?" The second engineer replied, "Well, yesterday I was walking home, minding my own business, when a beautiful woman rode up to me on this bike. She threw the bike to the ground, took off all her clothes and said, 'Take what you want!'" The first engineer nodded approvingly, "Good choice. The clothes probably wouldn't have fit."
  2. Ray...I just cheked your model and they did use the water heater breaker jumper to the ems module so keep that in mind if you ever turn it off....
  3. Ray...Check the wiring diagram for your year to make sure that was the breaker that they used...On the later fancier models, they used the dishwasher/fireplace breaker...
  4. Kirk...The wiring diagram clearly shows this...Again click on this link http://www.winnebago...gram/Wiring.htm...Choose the model and year (2002 Ultimate Freedom in Lenp's case)...The first item on the list is 110 volt load center/Auto transfer switch...Click on it and scroll down to the breaker panel...The breaker marked WHT is the water heater breaker...You will see the jumper going from it to the ems module...
  5. Kirk...The unit (Intellitec/Powerline) senses 50 amps using one of the circuits on the 2nd leg via a jumper wire...Different years of Winnebago may use a different breaker...On the 02 vintage coaches, they used the water heater breaker...I can send you a wiring diagram showing the jumper wire from whatever breaker they used to the ems module...I'm not an electrical engineer and don't know why they do it this way but I have read enough posts on Winnie forums to know that this is how they do it...
  6. It is wired right...With Winnebago (not sure about other makes) the EMS panel uses the water heater circuit to detect the presence of 50A service (since it's on the 'other' leg of the 120V service). If that circuit breaker is turned off the EMS panel will not properly detect 50 amp service...Don't know if they still do this but that is how my 02 Horizon is wired.... You can find your wiring diagram here http://www.winnebagoind.com/diagram/Wiring.htm
  7. Does an autoformer help in these low voltage situations and why are the prohibited in some parks...
  8. Read this article.... http://www.noshockzone.org/generator-ground-neutral-bonding/
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  10. You stated that all is well with the genny running so to me that would eliminate a problem in your 120v breaker panel in the coach....120v in your coach goes from the power cord to the transfer switch to the 120v breaker panel....When you run the generator the transfer switch defaults to generator power even if you are plugged in...That's how Winnebago does it...I would check all the connections in the transfer switch {power off] as they tend to loosen up...The cord is also a suspect as stated...My guess is weak relays in the transfer switch if all connections are good......
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