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Old 07-01-2014, 12:50 PM   #1
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Unhappy Shore Power cut-out

We have recently bought a 2004 Granite Ridge 3100SS. We love it so far, but I can't find where we plug the cabin power cable in while we are using the generator. Any help would be greatly appeciated
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Old 07-01-2014, 02:00 PM   #2
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If it's a factory installed generator it has an automatic transfer switch. Just start the generator and it will power the coach in a minute or less. No need to plug anything in.
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Do I need to plug the 120v cable into the power center? When I run the generator, I don't seem to be getting any power to my appliances
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There is a circuit breaker on the generator itself (under the service cover) right next to the start/prime switch, it looks like a regular electric switch, it may be tripped or you could have a bad transfer swtich. Unless the generator was added by the previous owner you should not have to plug anything in.
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The answer turned out to be that I had to have everything turned off in the cabin when I started the generator
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