Originally Posted by Triker56
Maybe the Xantrex needs a reset?
That might.... Actually.... be true.
There are a couple of possibilities including bad transfer switch install epically on 50 amp rigs.
BUT try this.. Remove all power.. Disconnect (Physically) the batteries (lift negative lead) Unplug from shore power. and if there is a master ON/OFF on your model turn it off (First).
Enjoy one already brewed cup of coffee or one already chilled "Cold One".
Now re-connect, plug in and turn on
See if that "Rest" made it reboot.
Finally,,,, Check to make sure 120 volts is reaching the unit... I have seen
Loose screws (Circuit breaker/bus bar)
Loose screws (Marinco Inlet/outlet)
Loose screws (Shore plug)
Loose screws (Shore outlet)
Bad wires (This only in 12 volt systems on my coach)
Bad connections...One of those was inside the junction box on MY Xantrex Prosine.