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Old 02-03-2014, 08:21 AM   #1
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Kitchen circuit breaker

Where is the 120v circuit breaker for outlets in kitchen/bathroom?


I tripped it this morning, not seeing anything on distribution panel for kitchen just bedroom. Which clock is on in bedroom. Microwave is on.


Poked GFi in bathroom with no luck.


Is there another set of 120 circuit breakers? Manual no help.
Have to go to work, but everything else critical seems to on.

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Try the circuit breaker on the inverter itself. Lots of times there are many outlets daisy chained so they are all on the inverter. They are little push button breakers that you push in.
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There are three push button breakers on the inverter the 30 amp is the input and the two 20 amps are output. One breaker is for the microwave and the other is for most of the other plugs in the MH.
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Thanks for quick reply. I'll try tonight. Strange place for the house outlets.
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Old 02-03-2014, 07:48 PM   #5
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Thanks for the info! Was CB#2 on the inverter. Makes sense ... now.

Have it clearly marked on distribution panel and post-it in manual so I remember.

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