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Old 03-21-2020, 12:52 PM   #15
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Your inverter has a 30 amp breaker in it. It can not pass 50 amps thru it.

The fix is to locate, or install some outlets that are not on the inverter breaker and use them for some high amp devices.

Tap into the fridge outlet if its an absorbsion type. It won't be on the inverter.
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I have a 2000 inverter/charger and I am plugged into 50 amp service. But still the white button on the inverter trips at times. sometimes the flashing light stays green but occasional goes red. and at times it just plain trips.
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Your inverter has a 30 amp breaker in it. It can not pass 50 amps thru it.

The fix is to locate, or install some outlets that are not on the inverter breaker and use them for some high amp devices.

Tap into the fridge outlet if its an absorbsion type. It won't be on the inverter.
never thought of that.
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Given they installed your control panel upside down one can only imagine what wiring errors were made ;-)...
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Given they installed your control panel upside down one can only imagine what wiring errors were made ;-)...
didn't notice that, sorry I did not check the pic first. just turn the monitor upside down and it works ok. lol
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In case someone is still following this, I found out from Deb that someone had replaced the original inverter system, and apparently wired it wrong. I could not run front AC without tripping it as well. After fridge failed, I bought dorm fridge and bypassed dometic one, then switched breaker for it and front AC and now that works fine. Now just need to check and repair the wiring job a po did or had done. I sitll love this rig.
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Yes. Glad the problem was identified. Thanks for the follow-up. It may help someone else in their troubleshooting in the future. Plus, good news is always welcome.
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