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Old 07-17-2007, 06:01 PM   #1
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My 3000watt inverter sometimes will turn off and on every 1 to 2 seconds. No draws to coach. Have been pluged into 50 amp service for a week, come home, plug into 30 amp and inverter goes on and off constantly.Turn everything off for 6 hours and the turn back on and all is OK Any one with any ideas?? Thanks to all>TGF. tgfettig@milwpc,com
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My 3000watt inverter sometimes will turn off and on every 1 to 2 seconds. No draws to coach. Have been pluged into 50 amp service for a week, come home, plug into 30 amp and inverter goes on and off constantly.Turn everything off for 6 hours and the turn back on and all is OK Any one with any ideas?? Thanks to all>TGF. tgfettig@milwpc,com
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You may need to re-set your inverter control panel for the 30 amp shore power when you are at home. The controller allows you to do this w/o actually touching the inverter. With the 50 amp setting, the recharge rate for your house batteries will pull higher amps than w/ the 30 amp feed. It could be that the inverter is trying to do this and can't get the amps it needs to recharge at the 50 amp setting, so it just quits. Lowering the shore power setting to 30 amp would result in a slower charge rate through the inverter/charger. Should this be the problem, then re-set your inverter for 50 amps when you are on 50 amp shore power at an RV park.
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