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Old 08-25-2009, 08:01 AM   #1
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transfer switch

?? I could be doing something wrong
The 110 would not work off the gen, Had transfer switch replace.
6 months later , would not work again, then it did work after being hook to shore power? Went out again dealer put new one in and while at the dealer that went bad, they put another one in and that work for my trip that im on well part of the trip it is not working. check the breakers on the gen and they are ?
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The best thing you can do to protect the health of your transfer switch is to make sure all loads (power consumers) in the RV are off when it has to switch. And when pluging into shore power, turn the breaker off on ther power pole before plugging in. Those two steps will eliminate most causes of arcing that destroy the relays in the transfer switch.

But I'v never heard of so many switch failures or such short times between them. You may have something else wrong, but it is hard to say without being able to examine what actually failed on the transfer switch.
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