Originally Posted by KTM251ss
Could it possibly be as simple as locating the power feed to the circuit in the electrical panel and relocating the power source from the inverter in there to that circuit?
Yes, I think it is that simple.
We have a 37F that came with residential fridge OEM. With that they automatically add two more 12v AGMs, a 2000w PSW Magnum inverter and 100w solar panel.
I could be wrong, but all AC power runs through the inverter and it has a built in transfer switch. When on gen or shore power AC power passes through the inverter but even if you leave the inverter on the inverter’s transfer switch idles the inverter. Some loads are connected to the main AC breakers and others to the inverter’s. When not on gen or shore power the inverter powers only the loads connected to it.
Again, that may be just my lack of understanding of how thins work, but that is how I think it works.