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Old 09-27-2015, 01:06 PM   #21
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maybe the microwave, but it works fine.
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Old 09-27-2015, 02:03 PM   #22
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How about the bedroom TV or at least that outlet?
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Old 09-27-2015, 02:44 PM   #23
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bedroom Tv and its outlet works fine.
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bedroom Tv and its outlet works fine.
Then I would call/"E"mail JAYCO and ask for the wiring schematic and also ask if the BR TV is on the inverter. If it isn't then you probably need a new Inverter.
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Old 09-27-2015, 03:43 PM   #25
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Thank you
I'll call Jayco and then hire a RV repair person to figure it out.
I'm "out of my element" on this one.
Thanks for all the help.
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I can't seem to find the information but what does E01 and e03 mean?
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Old 07-21-2016, 01:21 AM   #27
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Table 5-1 Fault Codes
Fault
Code Status
LED


E01 Yellow
Description Solution
Under-voltage
warning Check the connections and cable to see if the battery is fully
charged. Recharge the battery if it is low.
Reduce the load.


E02 Red Under-voltage
shutdown Disconnect the load and recharge the battery.


E03 Red Over-voltage
shutdown Make sure the XM 1800 is connected to a 12 V battery.


E04 Yellow Overload shutdown
warning Make sure the load does not exceed the XM 1800’s output
rating. Reduce the load if necessary.


E05 Red Overload shutdown Reduce or disconnect the load. Make sure the load does not
exceed the XM 1800’s output rating.
Short circuit Check connection to the load.


E06
Not used


E07
Yellow
Over-temperature
shutdown warning
Allow the unit to cool off. Reduce the load if continuous
operation is required.
Improve ventilation. Make sure the inverter’s ventilation
openings are not obstructed.
Reduce the ambient temperature.



E08
Red
Over-temperature
shutdown
Allow the unit to cool off.
Improve ventilation. Make sure the inverter’s ventilation
openings are not obstructed.
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I have a 2008 Melbourne & had a similar problem. Found the Inverter under the bed and the inverter has a GFI receptacle which had tripped. Reset the GFI & everything was fine. A little trouble to get to though.
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Old 01-20-2017, 09:00 AM   #29
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Our 2017 Eagle TT has the Xantrex 1000 inverter in it to run our residential refrigerator, and when we got back from the store last night, the inverter panel was flashing an E05 error.

After reading this forum, I turned off everything I could, disconnected shore power, flipped the 12v cutoff switch, and disconnected the ground wire to the inverter (a LOT easier to get to that than the ground directly on the dual battery setup I have).

Waited ~ 10 min. and reversed the process. The code is gone, and everything is back to normal.

During this, I noticed that it looks like EVERY outlet in the kitchen slide is going thru the inverter which includes the residential refrigerator, the microwave, the TV (and our satellite equipment behind it) as well as a Keurig plugged in and sitting on the counter next to the stove because they all became active once I reconnected the ground, turned off the cutoff, and before I reconnected shore power.

I am going to check with Jayco because all I really want thru the inverter is the refrigerator and nothing more in the event of a power failure.

Chalk up another one for this forum and it's experienced members. Great to have such a resource at one's fingertips.
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During this, I noticed that it looks like EVERY outlet in the kitchen slide is going thru the inverter which includes the residential refrigerator, the microwave, the TV (and our satellite equipment behind it) as well as a Keurig plugged in and sitting on the counter next to the stove because they all became active once I reconnected the ground, turned off the cutoff, and before I reconnected shore power.

I am going to check with Jayco because all I really want thru the inverter is the refrigerator and nothing more in the event of a power failure.
Wow - all those outlets thru the inverter??? That doesn't seem right. Maybe I'll check that too.

FWIW In the event of a power failure, I'm running the fridge off propane. Since I'd rather use that, than battery.
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