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Old 09-29-2017, 07:11 AM   #1
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Angry Electrical Issues with 1995 Overland Coach

Thought I had tripped a breaker with my fry daddy and oven, its been done before always a simple fix. Not this time all breakers okay but all the 110 on the whole bus is not working. So I changed all the fuses and the inverter is running. Could anyone tell me what I need to check next?
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You have a GFI Circuit breaker that has tripped?
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If all 110 is out then check the breaker at the pedestal. I would reset all breakers in the bus (turn off then back on) then do the same outside.
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Electrical Issues with 1995 Overland Coach

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If all 110 is out then check the breaker at the pedestal. I would reset all breakers in the bus (turn off then back on) then do the same outside.


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Did all that I know I have power coming from pedestal because heard inverter come on and off when I flipped it
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It is not on either
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Time to get out volt meter. If you have a transfer switch, power off, remove cover, tighten all connections, power on, check incoming power and out going power to breaker box. If no transfer switch, with power off, remove cover on breaker panel, check all connections tight, power on check input side for power, check output side for power. Another thought have you turned breakers off and back on, might try this first, sometimes breaker appear OK but are tripped.
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Bad breaker. Check line voltage if OK then check load voltage on the breaker.
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Turned all breakers on and off several times on bus and at pedestal
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Don't have a volt meter but used a light to test power you know stripped the wires
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Old 09-29-2017, 08:44 AM   #11
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my 220 is working so I'm thinking I burnt up the 110 side of inverter
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Hi Ray! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Sorry I can't offer any suggestions that others have not already mentioned. Keep her between the ditches!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Can you think of anything else
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If it's a circuit on the inverter there may be a fuse or breaker in the inverter. I

f you have power to Inverter it is getting 120 VAC through the breakers and transfer switch.

You really should get a meter and learn how to use it. Not hard, not expensive, much better than a test light.
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