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Old 07-28-2016, 11:09 AM   #1
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Hi all my name is Daniel an my Wife is Tami we are very new to rvs. this is our first. we got a 1997 Rexhall Vision class A. the air worked when we looked at it but it was plugged into a house. we have been trying to get it to work off of the Generator. not happening. we also can not get the tv microwave to work any help. Thank you all for your time.
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Welcome!

Might check the circuit breakers on the generator itself.
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Old 07-28-2016, 11:54 AM   #3
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Checked them an unless they are shot they are on. got two new batterys and installed them as well. thank you for the reply.
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Does your MH have an automatic transfer switch, or do you have to plug your shore power cord into an outlet in the MH to connect to the power from your generator
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Hi Daniel & Tami! Welcome to IRV2! We're sure glad you joined the gang!

Congrats on the new rig! Keep her between the ditches!

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I do not know if it is automatic or not. the owner passed an I can not find the imfo. I did feel it working with it plugged into the house currant.
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Glad you joined us here in the forum.

Have you tried plugging in to the house? Do they still work?

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I do not know if it is automatic or not. the owner passed an I can not find the imfo. I did feel it working with it plugged into the house currant.
Look in the bay or storage compartment or wherever your shore power cord is located, for an outlet. If you find one in there, more than likely your shore power cord would plug into that, for power from the generator.
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Look in the bay or storage compartment or wherever your shore power cord is located, for an outlet. If you find one in there, more than likely your shore power cord would plug into that, for power from the generator.
Thank you an that was the issue. I found it about 5:30 last night. we are up an running now.
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Thank you an that was the issue. I found it about 5:30 last night. we are up an running now.
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It's always nice when an "issue" turns out to be a non issue.
Best of luck in your new to you MH
Make sure you check the date codes on your tires, if you haven't done so already. The tread might look good, but they normally age out, long before they wear out.
A blowout can do a lot of damage o your MH.
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Thank you all for you input to help us find the problem. we are doing what need to be done to get out on the road an see the USA.
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