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Old 06-11-2015, 01:08 PM   #1
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Problem with converter

I have no 110 to my converter and I have traced the 110 to my onboard breaker box which has 110 but nothing from there to the converter. Has anyone had a problem like this or do you have any suggestions. All was working before I pulled it to the inspection station for the annual inspection and now nothing. Thank you for any help or suggestions I am at a loss and have been working on cars and trucks for 70 years as well as some ham radios.

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Hey Tom, If you have power coming out of the breaker but not at the Converter there must be a break in the wire. Also I know that most Converters have fuses so check those. Good luck.

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Some inverters have a circuit breaker built into them, a pop out type that I have seen. Also an output fuse as well to try to protect this device!
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