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Old 08-17-2017, 03:27 PM   #1
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Help!

Just blew my first fuse. No ac and looks like inverter running on battery. Anyone around that can help?


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Check the breakers for the A/C, it does not have a fuse.
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Check the breakers for the A/C, it does not have a fuse.


All breakers seem up and on at the foot of my bed. All my plugs not working either!



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Should I turn off and on ac breaker?


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Switch breaker off then back on. Also check breaker at your plug in power source. Campgrounds can lose power as well.
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OMG! You are right! Power off during storm! It happened right when I turned on the George Foreman grill so figured I did it!!! I could hug you!


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Guess you are good to go. Enjoy!
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Last question.. should I run on batteries or turn on my generator?


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I would turn on the genny and give it some exercise.
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I would turn on the genny and give it some exercise.

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Great idea. Thank you so much for the quick reply! Really appreciate it! Need to read up on the elec stuff! Take care.


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Please take a minute to look at the title of your post requesting "Help". I'm glad you got some good advice. Lots of discussions help somebody, in the future with both the listing of the problem and a possible solution.

I doubt anyone would find any solution with a search for something titled "Help". Just an observation, but "Help with an electrical problem" or even a more detailed description will be more beneficial to help the next guy with a similar problem and comes here looking for solutions.

Once again, glad response helped you.
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