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Old 04-18-2016, 05:11 PM   #1
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Attention All Hurricane Owners

I have owned my Thor 2013 32A Hurricane for 3 1/2 years. An issue just started with losing half of the power in rig on all 110v outlets including appliances. There is no pattern to the temporary power loss. I have a Progressive Industries EMS-PT50C surge protector connected to shore power. When I experience the power loss, the shore power is still 250v and I have 250v at surge protector. Power loss can occur in the middle of the night while sleeping or middle of the day with or without appliances operating. It may last approx. 1 minute to 30 min. I can hear a relay open and then close when power is restored. This did not happen at all the first few days at this spot but since it started, it has been happening every day since. And no one else in this park is experiencing the same thing so it must be the rig. Has anyone else experienced this and have a solution? Thanks much, Bill206.

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Always plugged into the same shore power receptacle? We too have a Progressive 50A unit. I had my Bus start dropping out occasionally at home, and found the commercial power line was experiencing low voltage spikes that the Progressive was picking up. Power company had to replace a line transformer about 1/4 mile away but it took me a bit of bother to get them to believe THEY had an issue, not me.
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