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Old 03-09-2019, 08:58 AM   #1
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No 110 outlet power

Bus is new to me. I have no manuals. Plugged into shore 50 amps. ACs are working. The inverter is charging the house batts (13.8v). I have no 110 at the outlets. I don't find any outlets that say GFCI on them. All of the circuit breakers are ouputting 120v. I think there must be a gfci somewhere that needs resetting. Please direct me to location.

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Mine is the outlet in the bathroom by the sink. But, mine is a 40' PDQ and may be slightly different from yours.
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Both of my Monaco’s had GFI circuit breakers in the inverter 120V panel next to the main 120V panel. Only TFI outlet is the block heater outlet in the engine area.

Just because your inverter/charger is charging does not mean the 120V circuit breakers on it are not tripped.
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Check your inverter to make sure the breaker has not tripped on it and/or that the inverter is not turned off.


I have on/off toggle on my inverter, accidently hit it while move stuff around in the basement and turned it off.
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Here is a manual that may cover your inverter.

There are two breakers on the side that can trip. AC passes through these breakers after your main AC panel breakers.

This is a very common issue.

Did you get a owners manual for the Coach? This would not likely be included in that manual but just asking because someone here should have a manual they could upload to you.
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Our 2005 Safari has two breakers on the front of the inverter. If one of them flips we will have the situation you describe.
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Thanks to all for the help. I will apply the thinking monday.
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