We arrived at The Oaks at South Point, just south of Yemassee, SC. We arrived after about a 5 hour drive from Saint Augustine, Fl.
We checked in, arranged for our site and settled in. Just as we were finishing up, I noticed the awning would not go out. I remembered this morning it was slow coming in and thinking to myself I would have to check it out later. Well this was later, but we did not need it, so I let it go. I then noticed that the seat motors (Captain) were not working. Then the front blinds were having a slow time also. So now became later.
First checked the chassis batteries, voltage good. Then off to the dash area where I went to look at the BCC, knowing that I had replaced a relay in early 2015.
So, once up and looking, the first thing I noticed was a burnt area under a hex screw. This screw provides chassis power from the disconnect relay to the BCC. I removed the screw and noticed it was loose, and not only loose but a small piece had been bitten out. How you may ask? By the screw arching to the board. All because it was loose.
So, wire brush and fine sand-paper, I was able to repair the screw and clean and repair the circuit board. A mighty fine trouble-shooting if I do say so myself.
You might ask, what about the after photos. Well I forgot, but let me say this. Items are working now that were slow including the window shades. So see what happens after a screw loosens? Always look for the simple things, but it really helps if you have made a habit of reading up on how your Alfa works.
Della always knows what to say.
"That's my story and I'm sicking to it"
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