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Old 05-27-2016, 06:15 PM   #1
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Need transfer relay switch-50 amp

Holidays are here and of course the adventure begins...we can only run on genie..in search if new switch. Anyone in lower NH know anyone working tomorrow? So much for a quick drive to Kittery 😐
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Did you take the cover off the transfer switch junction box and test for voltage at the contacts? If you have voltage there then you may have a bad transfer switch and you could by pass it until you pick another one up. I am sure someone can give you specific instructions once they know the brand and model of your transfer switch. If you don't have voltage it could be the pedestal or your cord.
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Holidays are here and of course the adventure begins...we can only run on genie..in search if new switch. Anyone in lower NH know anyone working tomorrow? So much for a quick drive to Kittery 😐

Where are you? In a campground?
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Did you take the cover off the transfer switch junction box and test for voltage at the contacts? If you have voltage there then you may have a bad transfer switch and you could by pass it until you pick another one up. I am sure someone can give you specific instructions once they know the brand and model of your transfer switch. If you don't have voltage it could be the pedestal or your cord.
The guys here looked at..one breaker is frozen and needs to be replaced. He didn't suggest the bypass. We have a furron (sp) switch.

We are in Newfield. We ran extention cords for fans and to plug in residential fridge. Having fun and waiting for the rv parts to open.
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