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Old 03-25-2020, 04:49 PM   #1
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Inverter location - 2014 Jayco Greyhawk

Can you help me locate the Xantrex Pro XM1000 Inverter on my 2014 Jayco Greyhawk 31FS? It keeps indicating an Error E05. I have removed all loads on the 1 outlet and tried resetting it but nothing helps. I plan to replace it if I can find it. I have checked throughout the rig including inside and outside but can't find it. The control panel is just inside the front door and it only has the remote cover from the unit.

I did locate an electrical device under the rig about 3 feet from the Onan generator and 3 feet from the battery box. I wonder if this is the converter though. It is rather large being about 10 inches wide and 15-18 inches long.

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Old 03-25-2020, 04:54 PM   #2
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I do not know about yours but mine is under the bed
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Here's what it looks like.. Many have said it is under the bed.

https://www.amazon.com/Xantrex-Power.../dp/B00197RUUQ
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Old 03-25-2020, 05:09 PM   #4
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Inverter location - 2014 Jayco Greyhawk

Great! Thanks! My rig is still buttoned up for winter in CO and I tried looking under the bed from the outside compartment door. I didn't see it from there but I need to lift up the mattress and board under the bed to check it from that angle. There may be a compartment behind the fuse box that I can't see from underneath.

I will check it tomorrow. Have you tried replacing one of these? If not too complex, I will do myself.

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Old 03-25-2020, 05:28 PM   #5
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Sam, see the picture of my 16 Greyhawk. It may help you locate your inverter.
Hope this helps, Jimmyd
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Old 03-25-2020, 06:13 PM   #6
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2016 31FK here, not an FS.
Under the bed, as others have said.
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Old 03-25-2020, 07:45 PM   #7
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after you lift the bed up a wood box on the back has all the goodies and the rat nest wiring
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Sam, see the picture of my 16 Greyhawk. It may help you locate your inverter.
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Just so you know what you're looking at in this picture, the inverter is on the left, charge converter in the middle mounted to the wall land the Automatic Transfer Switch is on the right. If you need to replace yours, I actually have a Xantrex XM1000 and XM1800 sitting in my garage available to sell since I upgraded my inverter (twice). These both work well!
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Outstanding picture! Thank you for doing this! I will hook up my batteries today and do a dive under the bed!
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Excellent! I may take you up on the offer. I seem to recall that I read that the Xantrex 1000 has a fuse built in and I want to check it before I replace it.
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While you're looking at that wiring mess under the bed, check the spray-foam around the wires coming up through the floor.

My foam was incomplete and I had a mouse or two come up through that hole and build a mouse nest in the rats nest.
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Allen: Greetings. I located the inverter, etc. under the foot of the bed. Whew! I believe that I can swap it out for another one. I would like to talk with you about the 2 you have. Let's switch over to our email addresses. You can reach me at gsamfoster@yahoo.com.
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The previous message was for Allen C.
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yes I had a mouse nest in the rats nest and a lot of mud daubers till I plugged it with steel wool
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Here's what it looks like.. Many have said it is under the bed.

https://www.amazon.com/Xantrex-Power.../dp/B00197RUUQ
Is that the actual one that Jayco installs? The specs says it's a modified sine wave, not a pure sine wave inverter.
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Allen: Greetings. I received your reply via my email a few days ago but now I can't find it. I do want to follow up with you on it. Please resend your email to me.
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Is that the actual one that Jayco installs? The specs says it's a modified sine wave, not a pure sine wave inverter.

it's the one in my 2016.
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it's the one in my 2016.
And it's the one in originally my 2016 Alante.
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Sam, see the picture of my 16 Greyhawk. It may help you locate your inverter.
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Not your fault but, I hope that was the wiring techs first day on the job.

Absolutely no excuse or reason for a mess like that. That's the RV industry today I'm afraid.
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Not your fault but, I hope that was the wiring techs first day on the job.

Absolutely no excuse or reason for a mess like that. That's the RV industry today I'm afraid.
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My 2016 Greyhawk 29MV wiring looks just like that.


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