Originally Posted by Maj.kangaroo
Well that didnt work ,removed every fuse and relay in the Auto Chassis 12-Volt Breaker Panel and tested inverter. it went to overload despite every fuse and relay being removed one after the other.
The Auto Chassis 12-Volt Breaker Panel shouldn't have anything to do with the inverter. [On checking the Front End Wiring Installation
for the OP's coach it appears there are actually some coach breakers for the inverter at the bottom for that panel.] The inverter runs off the 12V DC house batteries and supplies 120V AC.
Do you have the standard 300W inverter (to power only the TVs, etc.) or the optional 'whole-house' 2000W one with the remote control panel in the OnePlace Center? If you have the optional 2000W inverter/charger it includes the charger portion which takes in 120V AC and generates 12V DC to charge the batteries and supply 12V DC to the coach.