Inverter / electrical safety
We picked up our new Greyhawk 31 FK last weekend And found that the converter does not appear to be working. So I went on a hunt to find it to determine if there was a switch or circuit breaker that needed to be reset I discovered that it was hiding under the bed along with considerable amount of other electrical connectors, the transfer switch and power distribution panel.
I have a concern with the location of the power inverter in the space underneath the bed in that a close compartment is not well ventilated to protect it from overheating. additionally I found some scrap backer paper miscellaneous electrical connections, a screw and one loose wire! Our desler is being good about it and will be sending someone out to take care of these items. However I'm not sure that having the inverter in this closed compartment area is a safe situation for my family and myself.
Where does your inverter hide in your rigs?
'16 Coachmen Mirada 35BH
Formerly 31FK 15 Grayhawk
Toad: 2015 Jeep Cherokee "The Caboose".
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