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Old 08-23-2016, 02:12 PM   #1
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Questions, recently bought a 2006 National Tropical. When driving only a couple of the 110 outlets function. Is that normal? They all function when using genny or shore power. And, would anyone know if there's a fuse panel & if so where it is? Thanks😉
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those couple working are off the inverter... when plugged in or gen running they would all work.. other question sorry, look under or behind stuff...got to be somewhere..
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If they're working off the inverter, they are gobbling up coach battery amps. You might want to find out how to turn the inverter off, and only turn it on when you need low amp 120vac.


Fuse panel, 12vdc, yes there is one, maybe more. Some hide it under the bed, I have one in the closet along with my 120vac circuit breakers, I also have a lot of fuses in the front roadside compartment behind a big black plastic cover.
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Hi Guy's We have an 07 Tropical. there is a breaker panel at the foot of the bed. Also there is a fuse panel for the running lights, Blinkers, Ect. in the inverter compartment. Good information to have! Only a few outlets work on the inverter.
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