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Old 06-07-2013, 01:40 AM   #1
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"Inverter outlets" & micro not working on shore

Hi, I have been trying to figure out this out on my own for over a week...1988 CC Sedona hooked up to 50 AMP shore. Woke up last week to inverter outlets and microwave not getting power from shore. Also no power to either when running generator. However, turn on PAC 1500 inverter and outlets or Micro work when MH connected to shore or generator. But I presume this is because power is coming from house batteries and is a separate cuicit, anyway.

Also presently the 2 relays in transfer switch emit a loud humming sound at contact points when connected to shore. Other outlets work, A/C works, just the two circuits also controlled by inverter (outlets/micro) are not getting juice from shore or generator.

Any help thoughts?

Thank you.
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Old 06-07-2013, 09:46 AM   #2
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The inverter contains its own transfer switch to permit power to come from either shore or generator when those are available or from the batteries if those aren't available. It sounds as if your switch isn't working.
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In closet there is removable panel where the transfer switch for inverter is located.

To the right is another box containing 2 contactors for the A/B switch on inverter control panel.

Open transfer switch for inverter and locate circuit board.

On ckt board is dip switch or jumper for delay, should be label inside too.

Change to off and it should work.
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I have the same problem on our 89 sedona. Can not locate the s50 switch Have located inverter, the switch is after the inverter but no one knows where it is
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Thanks, for the info Mine was behind the forward closet wall panel, behind the sliding pocket door. Have spent a 2 and a half days trying to find the s50

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Behind cedar panel front wall of closet / have to remove top and bottom panels and slide out the pocket door and there they be. Now tomorrow I will try and fix or replace,, Thanks to the Savana folks and your post my two and a half days of frustreation and hopless search are over..

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Old 06-21-2013, 12:16 AM   #8
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I had a technician come out to confirm transfer switch is bad. Turns out CC used a unique type of switch.
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