Today I have experienced some unforeseen events involving the electrical system. The cause is to be charged to GFCI Leviton installed on board (2 in total) that have become unusable at the same time.
In addition, the espresso machine connected to a GFCI Leviton has also been damaged.
In the forum I read that Leviton products are not entirely suitable for operation in the presence of a modified sine wave inverter. As of today, the severely damaged GFCI amounted to 3.
It seems that Xantrex recommends replacing the Levit GFCI with others from the "Pass & Seymour" (Legrand) or the "Hubbell/Bryant". Has anyone had such an experience? Is it true that the GFCI Leviton give problems?
To me... sure!
Winnebago Ultimate Advantage 38UK - 2000