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Old 01-16-2019, 09:01 PM   #1
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110 power lost

Lost all 110V power inside our 2009 Itascs Meridian. All 12V power working correct. Powerline power meter says we we have 50 amp power coming in rig. I have examined all breakers located under bed, reset them all and still no 110 to all outlets, microwave, and refrig. Iím stumped. Surge protector says we have power coming in.
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Old 01-23-2019, 09:29 PM   #2
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There's a couple things that can cause that. One is that vibration of driving the RV along with temp fluctuations can loosen terminals. And though it would be unusual for 2 terminals to loosen enough to stop passing power, I have found found 2-3 loose terminals at a time.

Naturally, practice safe electrical testing techniques.

Since your Surge thing says the power is OK, open that box first and measure the voltage leaving that box. Tighten all terminals. If the voltage on the outputs is good, move to the next test.

Open the CB box and measure the incoming voltage. If that is good, be sure the terminals inside there are all tight.

It has to be between the surge device and the CB panel doesn't it? That's not much to test either as they usually put the input source very close to the CB panel.
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You also might want to check GFI's in the rig if one trips you loose AC to that plug. Worth a check first.
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No 110 power

After calling in mobile tech who first checked all breakers under bed (all breakers were normal) he called Winny Tech Service and they suggested checking inverter. Went to outside compartment of Dimensions inverter and found tripped breaker. Pushed breaker reset on inverter and all 110 power reappears. Problem solved.
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