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Old 01-29-2017, 12:01 PM   #15
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Manual control for Inverter and Generator.
So....in your coach, when the bus is connected to shore power, do you have power to your TVs and Microwave WITHOUT manually turning on the Inverter ?
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Manual control for Inverter and Generator.
So....in your coach, when the bus is connected to shore power, do you have power to your TVs and Microwave WITHOUT manually turning on the Inverter ?

I think your question was directed at TQ60 but my coach has AC power available to everything without manually turning on the inverter when connected to shore power or with the generator operating. I don't have the same inverter/charger system as you.


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Old 01-29-2017, 03:29 PM   #17
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Yes Russ, for TQ60, since they seem to have a similar setup as I have....
How your coach works is the way I would hope and expect an Automatic Power switch to work...
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When everything is in "normal" positions on shore or genny everything in ours has power.

Unplug or genny off then all ac stuff dead.

Flip switch to turn inverter on and ats for inverter switches.

We also have an "A-B" switch to select one of 2 branch circuits are used.

Microwave on one most else other
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Then...something is wrong with my Inverter ATS...does not recognize shore or Gen power and keeps the circuits open until the Inverter powers them.
Thank you.
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Locate the ats for the inverter.

Difficult to explain but our ac load center has 2 breakers that feed 2 large contactor type relays that are used for the a/b switch.

In the middle of that system is a power feed to and from a seperate ats just for the inverter.

That ats has the timer board that failed causing it to nor work.

When we was tracing the issue we opened it and discovered the switch and label still there identifying it so switched it and all good.

Yours likely just has maybe more or larger inverter so the a/b mess may not be present but the ats might be.
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I will try that, thank you.
I did notice that there is no delay in powering everything in the coach once the shore power is connected...instant on.
I looked in both ATS's and there is a delay board in each of them. Maybe they are both busted...need to dig in deeper.

Another question.... Where is the Generator Stop Control board located ?
It is supposed ot be the board the monitors oil pressure and water temp on the Gen so that if there is a fault, it shuts it down. It also has the Stop button wiring hooked into it apparently.
I can not stop the generator from the inside. I have to go outside and flip the switch, set it back to stsrt mode and it is ready to start from inside, both locations.....until I want to shut it off then I have to go outside again...
I think that the problem is in that board and connections....
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