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Old 07-23-2015, 08:32 PM   #1
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I have 1997 country coach where is power inverter located
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There should be an access cover near or even over the batttery bank.Remove the cover and the inverter is in that hole. Not a lot of room to work in but can be checked or breaker reset.What if anything is wrong for you to seek it?
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I have 1997 country coach where is power inverter located
Maybee you don't have one ! All RV's have a converter but having an inverter is an option.
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Just a wild thought. Go to your battery bay and above the batteries, look for a panel that can be removed by loosening a couple of wing nuts. There might be a sticker on it that says "not for storage" or something like that. Take a look behind the panel.
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On my 95 Magna, the inverter is accessed from the forward passenger side basement compartment.

It is behind the removable panel adjacent to the front furnace with all the house circuit fuses.

It would be more productive if you inform us of your model rig in your questions because there are differences in the 6 or so CC models.
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On my 95 Magna, the inverter is accessed from the forward passenger side basement compartment.

It is behind the removable panel adjacent to the front furnace with all the house circuit fuses.

It would be more productive if you inform us of your model rig in your questions because there are differences in the 6 or so CC models.
1993 mine is also in the basement compartment.
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Hummm, I guess he found it
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