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Old 02-07-2019, 10:27 AM   #1
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Question Inverter question for Miramar

In my 2017 Miramar, the frig is powered only through the inverter output. That has been ok until now. The frig is now dead along with the 5 outlets that are connected in this circuit. I have output voltage at the inverter ( XANTREX 1800), so there must be a breaker or fuse somewhere , or maybe a GFI breaker. But I can't find it. Any clues out there? I have the wiring diagram from Thor, and it only shows the main breaker panel and one GFI , both for the generator/shore circuits.

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Old 02-07-2019, 11:50 AM   #2
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question: where are the '5' outlets that are on the same Inverter circuit, is one in the bathroom?
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Are you sure they are powered only through the inverter output? There is generally an Automatic Transfer Switch in the Inverter that selects the inverter output when not on SP, but selects the 120 VAC from SP when it is available. Could that have failed?
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Old 02-07-2019, 01:44 PM   #4
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the 5 outlets on the inverter output include the frig, the 3 TV's, and the entertainment cabinet. They are all dead.

The bathroom has a GFCI , but it is in the other circuit (Gen and Shore).


The inverter has an internal transfer switch. When running the generator the frig and 5 outlets are also dead, just like on internal power. These are all clues, but still perplexed.
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Old 02-07-2019, 02:24 PM   #5
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the 5 outlets on the inverter output include the frig, the 3 TV's, and the entertainment cabinet. They are all dead.
The bathroom has a GFCI , but it is in the other circuit (Gen and Shore).
The inverter has an internal transfer switch. When running the generator the frig and 5 outlets are also dead, just like on internal power. These are all clues, but still perplexed.
The inverter trouble shooting guide (Xantrex PRO1800) says if there is no power to the inverter circuits on shore and battery power then the supplementary circuit breaker has tripped as you first surmised. The supplementary circuit breaker(s), my coach has three, is next to the main power center under the bed. Of course my coach was manufactured in plant 750 and yours in plant 850, so they are probably completely different
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Old 02-07-2019, 02:33 PM   #6
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Thanks. I'll look under the bed (again).. Hopefully I'll find the inverter breakers. Well, at least I am not on the road trying to figure it out.
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