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Old 07-25-2015, 11:39 AM   #1
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Transfer switch problems

When I start my generator on my 2007 CC Intrigue it switches to invert soon after I start it. It switches to pass thru fine when I'm on shore power. I have a 10k power tech gen set. Generator seems to be running fine and I did try changing the fuel filter. Is the transfer switch most likely the problem? How do I test it? Thanks.

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That sounds like you're only getting one leg of two when running the gen. I would guess that the leg that serves the inverter/charger is not getting 120v when on gen. If I am correct there will be other 120v appliances or receptacles that don't work that receive their power from the same leg. The issue could be a dirty contact or a loose connection inside the transfer switch.
The reason it's switching to invert is that it's not getting 120v power

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Reset the circuit breaker on the generator (turn it off and back on). Also check the breakers in the AC panel inside the coach.

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Old 07-25-2015, 10:15 PM   #4
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Thanks I'll ck those things.
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