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Old 09-20-2020, 02:02 PM   #1
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GFCI's Trip

No shore power connected. Crank generator and all is fine. However, when I shut down the generator all of my GFCI's trip off. I suspect something in the inverter/transfer switch operation but haven't tracked anything down yet. If I get motivated over the next few day I'll probably take a look.

Just wondering if anybody has any ideas or may have seen this before? Hoping somebody can save me a little DVM work.
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Do you have your shore cord plugged into your inverter ?

I ask because something like that happened to me on a boat I owned, with a setup like that.
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