Originally Posted by ready 2 roll
That worked! It says 13.3 and error code is off!
Using your expertise, we are going on a 6 hour trip tomorrow night. Probably won't need the AC running in the back. To keep the fridge running as we go down the road, the inverter will take care of that? We may stop during the trip for a catnap for a couple of hours. Should we then turn on the generator if we park at a rest stop?
We are so new to this and have been back to the dealership twice with wiring issues since we picked up our new camper three weeks ago. Don't want to mess anything up.
Learning as we go. Thank you.
If you are running down the road and do not need the coach AC the inverter will handle the fridge (I am assuming you have a residential fridge). When you stop during your catnap the inverter should handle the few hours while sleeping unless you have other high load items running at the same time drawing from the coach batteries. If you plan to use the microwave while stopped you will need the generator because the microwave is not wired into the inverter.
Now, with that said and a question not yet asked is what is you coach battery configuration? Do you have one or two coach batteries and are they 12 volt or 6 volt batteries in series. Again an assumption on my part but I am going to guess that you have 2 12 volt house batteries. If you have only one 12 volt battery your time off the generator while stopped will be reduced.
Also, have you checked the settings on the AGS to ensure it is setup to start the generator before you start getting the inverter errors?