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Hello, thank you for requesting me.
I need you to recheck your model number. The spec 26100A is not a microprocessor controlled unit, and does not show fault codes.
What is the serial number of the genset?
I can't have a thought without more information - such as which model it is, what you "hooked up" on the genset, etc.
But a starter solenoid will not affect an AC system at all.
Spec 26100K makes all thedifference in the world. It is a completely different unit than a 26100A.
When you say "Disconnecting it from the coach solved the main breaker problem on the coach service panel since everything works fine connected to the shroreline.", I assume you are saying that you disconnected the 120V wiring from the coach? Not the 12V remote wiring? Or were you referring to the main battery cables? (This is the kind of detail I need).
Exactly how did you have the 120V connected to the coach? Did you have it tied directly into the main breaker box? Did you have it through a transfer switch? Did it go to an onboard receptacle that you need to plug your shore cord into?
Was this buzzing sound coming from the genset, or some other part of the coach?
Remember, I can not see or hear what is going on. I only know as much as you tell me.
Ok. I understan about the start solenoid.
But the starting system of the genset has nothing to do with tripping breakers in your coach. The starting system is 12V, and the breakers are 120V.
As I stated in my last reply, no. The solenoid is part of a 12V system. The breakers are part of the 120V system. The 2 systems are not interconnected in any way. At least they are not supposed to be.
Please scroll back up to my reply of 23 Sep, 9:22PM.
What about the rest of that information that I requested?