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Old 10-19-2016, 09:35 AM   #1
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I would like to know?? Does the (on-board) generator is only there to run the micro-wave?? I have been unable to get 110 power out of any of the internal outlets and can't find anyplace on the generator to plug extention cord into. Is there a switch somewhere inside this motorhome to get 110 from generator to any internal outlets??
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When the gen set is running ; does the clock on the micro wave come on , Is that why you're asking about micro wave only power ?

If your RV came without an ATS ( Auto Transfer Switch ) there should be an outlet for the shore power cable to plug into , in the cable bay.
If you can follow the shore power cable and the gen set power cable to a common box , then that box would be an ATS, and if functioning properly , the ATS should activate after the gen set has been running for about 90 seconds.
The delay is to allow the gen set to warm up and stabilize power output.
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