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Old 11-07-2018, 12:32 PM   #15
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...should be 6 AWG for 50 amp service, think by code, neutral can be one size smaller on phased power but not sure the 7500 is true phased, plus it only puts out 35 amps per leg. More likely a loose connector nut vs and campground issues.
PS--if we are still talking genset junction box--shore power isnt involved??????? If in ATS or surge protector, different issue.....
Good point on shore power issue. The ats side of my wiring looked to me to be 6-awg, but the gen side was 8-awg...
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Old 11-07-2018, 12:49 PM   #16
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I'm not positive on your year, but I believe it is the same as my 05 38FDDS.
It is on the ceiling of the generator compartment. Slide the gen out and follow the conduit coming from the gen to the coach. It should be a 4" gray box.
Ok thanks I'll check mine and my friends Alpine.
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I can't quite read the wire gauge, but with B-R-W plus ground I'm guessing 50A 120/240V. With that burned neutral, which is also shorter (suggesting it's been repaired in the past), could it be overloaded from improper park power or home power?


If the wires you are talking about are in the junction box mounted on the ceiling of the granny compartment they are ONLY for the granny, the shore power has nothing to do with it. However a bad ATS could cause the problem.
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