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The battery and overload flashing (and I assume the charge light is blinking green and the inverter light is off) indicates a backfeed shutdown. You have either got a short or something wired incorrectly on the AC of the coach.
If you have recently had any electrical work done at all, you need to start there to find the problem.
The issue could be a neutral/ground cross, but will most likely be a hot/neutral cross.
The InvChg light is steady red. I have not had any Elec work done. On the display I have the following under status:
Battery: This is blinking red.
Overload: This is blinking red.
AC Input: This is not on.
Inv/Chrg: This is steady red.
Are the battery and Over Load lights blinking slow or fast?
This is a situation I have never seen before....
Let's go ahead and totally reset the system, to resynchronize the remote to the controller.
Unplug the RV shore cord.
Disconnect the grey remote wire (phone cable) from the unit.
Wait 15 minutes.
Reconnect the shore cord, then reconnect the remote cable.
See if this will take care of it.
No problem. I really hope this is all it is.
Yes. Disconnect all power sources from it.
Let's de-energize the entire thing.
I have had something come up and need to leave for a while.
I have requested another expert to jump in and help you.
Randall is a very good technician - he should be with you in a few minutes.
I am going to opt out right now, so he can continue with you.
Please do not reply to this until he has posted. If you reply to me, it will lock the question to me, and no one else will be able to respond.
As soon as I return, I will check back in to see how things are going, and will step in if it is okay with you and Randall.
I have a workhorse 22 Tiffin Alegro. The AC compressor