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Old 07-27-2013, 11:21 AM   #1
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Outlets went out along with Sleep number bed

We are in a 2006 Fleetwood Revolution LE 40'. Plugged in to 50amp. Everything was fine using Microwave then all of a sudden the microwave quit working. Turns out, all the outlets are dead. I checked the GFI, they will not reset all all. Basically they have no power to them. Checked breaker, nothing tripped. Fuses appear to be fine. I have a surge protector on the incoming 50 and it is reading all is good. Not sure what else to check? Any suggestions?
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Old 07-27-2013, 11:43 AM   #2
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Your circuit breaker on your inverter has tripped. It is usually 30 amps and you probably exeeded that amperage.
I am not sure about the location of your inverter. Usually it is in one of the storage ccompartments below.
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Old 07-27-2013, 11:48 AM   #3
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Check in the bin where your 50 cord is stored.

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What brand inverter do you have? When we had our of Tropi Cal with the xantrax inverter we had similar problems. I opened an inspection panel on the front of the inverter where the AC input and output wires were and found that a wire nut had come loose and that AC was not being passed through to the coach. Evidently at least a portion of the AC goes into the inverter and then back out. Might be something to check. If you are going to open up the inverter you may want to unplug from the pedestal first.
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Your circuit breaker on your inverter has tripped. It is usually 30 amps and you probably exeeded that amperage.
I am not sure about the location of your inverter. Usually it is in one of the storage ccompartments below.

You nailed it Harry. That is exactly what it was. Right above my batteries is the circuit breaker on the inverter. One had tripped, the other was fine. That is why my A/C was running, but not the others.

I love this forum board for this exact reason. My only regret is I wish I had posted last night before sleeping on a flat mattress. :-)

Thanks to all for the responses.
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