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Were you using any kind of adapter on the plug? Anything on inside the coach? Were the batteries discharged or not? Get back to me with this and anything else you think might be pertinent here. Also, any chance that mice may have gotten into the unit while sitting? If so, they may have caused a short in one of the circuits. All follow ups are included in our fee.
You really shouldn't run that much on just a standard 120 VAC outlet. The coach was using more power than the supply could provide and it spiked the amperage which got it hot. Easy to burn something up! I would advise you get a standard RV outlet if possible there of at least 30 amps. That should keep this from happening. Have the batteries load tested to be sure that they are viable and be sure that all cables and connections are free of corrosion. Hope that proves helpful here. Please get back to me if you need more later as all follow ups are included in our fee and there is no time limit.
Just following up here on your question. I am wondering if you perhaps missed my earlier response or did you get this resolved? Easy to do with the large amount of e-mail most of us get these days! If you need me to resend it, please let me know. Thanks!