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Old 11-28-2013, 08:29 PM   #15
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. I suspect you are correct in your thinking of the inverter. I'll tell you something I remember the salesman telling me back in 2007 when I took delivery of my coach. He said don't go by the control panel that operates your gen/ inverter, your coach does not have ags.at the time I thought it odd but was caught up in the thought of my new motorhome ,!!!! I guess I should all tiffin and find out about the 12hr. Thing! Thanks to all and I enjoy this new spot to relate! Will be a regular!!
. I've been thinking bout this gen. Shutting down after 12 hrs. And I think it might be in the controller ( inside cabin switch) or, inverter. If no one has any thoughts I'll call tiffin.
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Old 11-28-2013, 09:46 PM   #16
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. If no one has any thoughts I'll call tiffin.
Call red bay and ask for Brent...
He can explain it to you.. Good guy
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Old 11-30-2013, 07:08 AM   #17
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My generator cut off after a few hours. This happened two times. It would not crank anymore. I found the problem to be the voltage regulator overheated. I had to replace it 2 times. Now, I run only one AC at a time. My MH has a 30 amp electric.
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Old 12-04-2013, 09:21 PM   #18
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After recently weathering a 48" 5-day snow storm without campground shore power in South Dakota I can assure you that the genny will shut down exactly every 12 hrs.
As to the why's, I'll take the safety reason as an answer. If that is not good enough, call Onan. But it's Good enough for me. That also gives you a chance to go shovel the snow bank out from around the exhaust pipe, check the oil, etc. Don't ask how I know this.....

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Old 12-15-2013, 12:55 PM   #19
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My 2007 phaeton gen. with 1500 hrs. is shutting off randomly! I have figured this much,it shuts off because it runs out of fuel. I have changed the fuel filter and fuel pump.today,I installed all new batteries( because they are 7yrs old) when it shuts down I have to prime the engine like I do when I change fuel filter.it then starts and runs till it runs out of fuel.(15 min.to 3hrs.)I need ideas!!! I think my next move will be to unhook the fuel feed and put a new hose into a 5gal. can! Anyone have an idea?
hi all! A new question,after finding an inline filter(installed by tiffin) I have come to wonder if there might be another such filter between tank and main engine.? I always get annual service at camp Freightliner in gafney,s.c. So, I would imagine if there is one, they would know! They always change the big one in the back(water separater) and one on engine block.i have a 2007 phaeton with 350 cat
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