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Old 04-28-2016, 02:26 PM   #1
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AC outlet issues

I have a 2006 40' Monaco Camelot Class A. I over loaded the outlets and lost power to some. Underdash, curbside and bathroom. Reset master breakers and generator but still do not have power to these outlets. I believe these are the outlets that are powered by the inverter when on. Inverter is powering microwave. Can anyone point me to the cause? On my maiden voyage and totally lost.
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I have a 2006 40' Monaco Camelot Class A. I over loaded the outlets and lost power to some. Underdash, curbside and bathroom. Reset master breakers and generator but still do not have power to these outlets. I believe these are the outlets that are powered by the inverter when on. Inverter is powering microwave. Can anyone point me to the cause? On my maiden voyage and totally lost.
Some of your outlets, at a minimum in kitchen near sink - bathroom near sink - outside are fed thru a GFCI outlet with a TEST and RESET button, it will be located near the sink in bathroom or kitchen. The GFCI might just need to be reset.

Also if some outlets are feed thru a pass-thru inverter, the front of the inverter will have a GFCI outlet and it might have tripped and need it's RESET button pressed.
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X2 on gfci
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Old 04-28-2016, 07:55 PM   #4
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Check your inverter. It has 2 pop up breakers. Bet those tripped.
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Have done the same thing a time or two.. was the 20 amp pop up breaker on the inverter..
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I have 3 GFCI outlets that each control a string of other items. So keep looking! Good luck.
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