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Old 09-04-2015, 06:24 PM   #1
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Freedom inverter question.

My 95 winnabego has a Freedom 20 Inverter/charger.

When the unit is plugged in from shore power or when the gen set is running ALL 110 plug ins are working. But when Completely disconnected and running on the inverter approximately half work. The 110 outlets in the kitchen are the ones that work on the inverter and the ones in the rear bedroom and front lounge erea are dead.


Is this a common install? Is the inverter limited to channels or outputs or should this unit energize all of the outlets.


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That is normal. It depends on the size of Inverter how many outlets are powered.


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My 95 winnabego has a Freedom 20 Inverter/charger.

When the unit is plugged in from shore power or when the gen set is running ALL 110 plug ins are working. But when Completely disconnected and running on the inverter approximately half work. The 110 outlets in the kitchen are the ones that work on the inverter and the ones in the rear bedroom and front lounge erea are dead.


Is this a common install? Is the inverter limited to channels or outputs or should this unit energize all of the outlets.


Thanks in advance.
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