The lights in our 5th wheel periodically dim. It happens every few minutes. What do you think the problem is? TIA.
I don't think we have any high amp devices that would be drawing a lot of power. There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason/pattern for the lights to dim. The battery might just be the culprit. I will discuss with DH.The most common cause is a battery in poor condition (see Kirk's reply). The converter/charger keeps trying to bring the charge up but the current (amp) draw is excessive, causing a drop in power available to operate lights and such. It's also possible that some other 12v device cycles on and draws a lot of power, but most RVs don't have any high-amp 12vdc devices.
A 3 year old marine battery is probably nearing its end of life unless you have been really scrupulous in care & use.
I had that problem big time in my new 2022 RV. In my case, it was a loose fuse socket for the blade fuse that ran all the LEDs interior lights. A one-minute repair job.The lights in our 5th wheel periodically dim. It happens every few minutes. What do you think the problem is? TIA.