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Old 12-09-2022, 05:51 PM   #1
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Inverter/Converter Location

I can't find the inverter on my 03 Lapalma 34pbd. It appears to be tripped and I need to reset it. It controls the outlet in the power bay which our heater and water line heat tape is plugged into. Can someone please help me. It's suppose to get below 20 tonight. Thank you!
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Old 12-09-2022, 06:41 PM   #2
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My inverter has a intelli-power 9100 converter. There's no reset button on it. Can someone tell me how I reset it? There's no reset button on it.
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Old 12-09-2022, 07:32 PM   #3
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it doesn't look like there's a reset but the manual has a trouble shooting section.
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Old 12-09-2022, 07:37 PM   #4
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Converters don't have a reset or anything to do with 120 volts except use some to charge batteries and power 12 volt items.
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Converters don't have a reset or anything to do with 120 volts except use some to charge batteries and power 12 volt items.

If you have an inverter it will have large battery cables between it and the batteries and not be intelli power brand on it.

Do not plug an electric heater to it.
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Thanks for the help I did a work around for tonight so that we would have heat in the wet Bay and keep the water going to the coach I'll get back into it tomorrow thanks for all the help
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No reset button, but on the 12 vdc output side, there are fuses.

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Use your cellphone with flash on and record over top of and behind converter.. look for automotive type fuses on the back.. ofcouse your can't see behind there and they make it nearly impossible to reach them without taking converter off the wall.. mine is in outside bay.. that is under refrigerator.. where ever yours is.. it will be plugged into 110v outlet.. so check you have 110v coming in at outlet... the outlet could be dead or converter or fuses.. use all safety precautions..
Remember that your cellphone with flash on and record is your best friend and fits where your head cannot.. so use it.. a lot..
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Just re read your post.. if you are trying to run.. converter and heat tape.. and heater on same circuit as converter.. you could be at or past max watts on same circuit.. add them up.. and move something to another circuit if you are over 80% of max.. if it's a 1500w heater.. than that needs it's own circuit.. I may be mistaken.. but you can't run 1500w heater and heat tape along with 40amp or 60amp converter.. something going to melt .. split them up.. may be run separate heavy duty cord from heater to c/g 20amp post circuit.. something just sounds off..
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