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Old 10-11-2012, 07:37 PM   #15
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IF the coffee pot is a "Basic" job, with a switch type thermostat to turn it off and turn on the "Brewed" light, it should care less if the inverter is PSW (TSW) or MSW, If it's a fancy electronic job with timers and such. Then it cares. (Or may care)

Check the outlet as others have said, also try a DIFFERENT MAKE of coffee pot. My coffee pot I purchased in 2006 as I recall, still working as of the last cup which I just finished.. Wife has a "Hot pot" that's the same age or older, Both are "Basic" and both run off both the inverter (A TSW in my case) or Shore/generator power.

One of the big killers of some things in Motor homes is low voltage, This will NOT bother a basic coffee pot like the one I use.. HIGH voltage, however, will!
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Old 11-15-2012, 09:09 AM   #16
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Phaeton 2011 electrical brownouts

we also started with 2 coffee pot burnouts and 2 DVD burnouts!!! Now at the point that the gen set {which puts out 10800 watts at 120 V at the onan shop} voltagedrops to 108 volts with any load in excess of around 5000 watts and is accociated with a burning smell from the back closet! Have you noticed this kind of problem? Give us a call 850-6269333 maybe this is similar to the wiring problems thay had back in 2008 which was a major fire hazard! thanks
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