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Old 08-03-2016, 06:40 PM   #1
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National Tropi-call 2001. Power issues

Hi, new RV owner and we are having a problem with power to AC units, TV's, microwave, with generator running. Would appreciate any help/ideas anyone might have with this problem. Thanks.
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Your Power Transfer Switch defaults to connecting Shore Power to the Coach 117VAC load. With no shore power connected, when you start the Ginny and bring it "on-line" by turning the Ginny breaker on, the Power Transfer Switch senses this change and transfers the 117VAC Coach load to the Genny. Be very careful troubleshooting the Power Transfer Switch......LETHAL voltages are present.
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