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Old 06-15-2011, 10:51 PM   #1
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Getting a flashing red light on the Control Panel E05 & OL. Anyone have a clue. Can't find anything in the owners manual.
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Old 06-16-2011, 07:39 AM   #2
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Need more info Tom.. Make model and year of your RV ..
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Think I got it worked out. Questions is when SHOULD the inverter be ON or OFF. With shore power I assum it's OFF. Traveling, with generator on or dry camping I assume it's ON.
If that's wrong, someone please let me know. Don't want to kill a battery.
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Think I got it worked out. Questions is when SHOULD the inverter be ON or OFF. With shore power I assum it's OFF. Traveling, with generator on or dry camping I assume it's ON.
If that's wrong, someone please let me know. Don't want to kill a battery.
I think you are correct. There should be a manual from the maker of the generator which I think is Onan.
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Generator is ok. My concern was about the converter operation. Have a seperate converter manual. Trying to make heads or tails from it. Not easy if you are a newbee.
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Think I got it worked out. Questions is when SHOULD the inverter be ON or OFF. With shore power I assum it's OFF. Traveling, with generator on or dry camping I assume it's ON.
If that's wrong, someone please let me know. Don't want to kill a battery.
IF you are running the generator then the inverter should be off..
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Thanks............ you are right of course.
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