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Old 06-11-2009
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Default 2000 LXI Breaker? GFI?

We have that issue now and then and it has always been solved by resetting the GFI over the sink in the walk through bath. Good luck!
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Old 06-11-2009
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did you go out and check the breakers on the inverters themselves, what are the control panels reading, for the inverters
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Old 06-12-2009
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Check the ground fault in the bay receptacle near the tool box.
This is not a guess, I am speaking from experience.

Charlie
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Found it!!! There is yet another GFI in the ceiling of the right side bay where the inverters are. Once I reset it, PRESTO!!! Lights & power restored to the right side of the coach. Thank you everyone for your imput....Conny
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good job!
thanks for keeping us in the loop!
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In our BB we have two Vanner inverters(3600w ea). If those inverters have tripped or need resetting the electrical outlets will not work. In our case Inverter #1 covers the curb side of the coach. #2 covers the road side of coach. The computer outlet maybe fed by a pure sine wave inverter. We have on of those rated at 1600w which feeds the TVs and the refrig. Check gfi in the bays as well.
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I've posted this info before. but the title of this thread makes me think it would be a good place to repeat.

Its a link to a circuit tracker from Harbor freight that I have, and have used several times. Works pretty well and the price is right at $23 regular and less on sale.....

http://www.harborfreight.com/cpi/cta...emnumber=94181

just a heads up.
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