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Old 04-20-2013, 09:01 PM   #1
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Air conditioners quit

After shutting down the generator with shore power hooked up the air conditioners stopped... There is power at the thermostat panel and the fuse is good there....The book says there is an 120 volt AC circuit breaker...Does anyone have any idea where that might be.....2013 Entegra Aspire RBQ.... Les Sweating in Dalllas !
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Did u check the fuse panel by the driver side?
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over the drivers seat are your circuit breaker for all you 120 volt items . Check those first,
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Old 04-20-2013, 09:13 PM   #4
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Golly you guys are good !!!

That did the trick ! I looked at the panel and thought it was a blank cover... AC circuit breakers " over the drivers seat on the left side" Thanks a lot guys !.....Les
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"Cool"....literally!
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Old 04-20-2013, 09:31 PM   #6
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Now, you're not staying plugged into shore power with the genset running at the same time, right?
Some people expect the transfer to go from gen to shore instantly and be able to leave things running. Don't. Shut stuff down. Shut off gen. Then plug in. Then start things up.
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x2 on jesilvas ----remember this on your fireplace too
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"Ka-Thunk" - Power Transfering

Amen to the above. I had a Monaco before the Entegra and when it was blazing hot I'd have the genny running an air conditioner or two and wheel into my spot. I didn't want DW to get hot, or heaven forget the dog get warm. So I'd plug in and throw the breaker on. My transfer switch handled it for 8 years. Then last summer it was 97 deg in Kansas and I tried my old habit and wammmo....no shore power. I was in a CG yet I had to find a remote spot because I had to run my genny all night to keep cool because I had welded my transfer switch in one position. Next day on Friday I was fortunate a nearby dealer had a compatable part and took pity on me to fit me in.

Moral of the story. Shed (turn off as much load as possible before Transfering power on or off shore power). Don't overlook things like the electric water heater, fireplace I hadn't tried, and definitely the roof units.....dogs can get hot for 3-5 mins and they will still wag their tails at you.
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It's ok to have shore and genny on at the same time, just don't switch with any heavy loads on the MH.
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Thanks for all the information , The owners manual, and all of the literature do leave a little to be desired...Without a resource like this we would be waiting for business hours on monday to get the system back up....Thanks again !!!
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