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Old 07-21-2021, 07:21 PM   #15
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Mystery Solved!!

I did lose a phase. I guess when the water heater element burned up it not only tripped the circuit breaker in the RV, it also tripped one of the overloads on the generator. I kept tracing and it led me right to the source. Reset that overload and everything is working again.

Would have been nice to find it sooner, but I did get a completely rebuilt water heater and new capacitors in the rear A/C out of the deal. 🤣

Thanks to everyone for the help and advice. I really appreciate it!!!!

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