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Old 09-29-2014, 12:20 PM   #1
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Inverter won't work

Just took our 2001 Monaco Dynasty dry camping for the first time. We have a Xantrex RC7GS remote control panel and a RV2012GS inverter. With the generator running the inverter shows to be in stand-by mode. When the generator in not running the inverter does not come on. Any suggestions??

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Old 09-29-2014, 06:44 PM   #2
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Same thing happen to me. First thing I would do is check the inverter to make sure it is turned on. There is a switch on the inverter itself.

I had been working in the basement and accidently hit the switch.

If that doesn't work unplug the control wire (looks like a phone cord) and let the inverter reset itself.

Good Luck

Jim J
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Thanks for your input. We actually disconnected the batteries for 30 minutes and we we reconnected them, the inverter came on. Wish all issues were resolved this easy!
Thanks again.
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