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Old 03-12-2019, 02:14 PM   #1
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Microwave

Is it possible to disconnect the microwave from the inverter
If so where I start
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It might be as easy as moving the plug to the other outlet. Some coaches have one hot on inverter and not the other.

On ours, the second half of the duplex outlet is a blank, so we would have to make the change at the breaker panel.
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Will try that
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That didnít work
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From the sticky at the top of this forum,click the links to find your 120VAC electrical schematic. This will identify which receptacles may be powered by the inverter. Remember, most inverters have a pass-through feature. The receptacle may be powered by either source, inverter power or 120VAC power from the genset or line power. In this case you turn off the inverter.
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