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Old 08-02-2023, 01:13 PM   #1
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2nd morning in new MICRO MINNIE FLX and power went out!

Hello! New to this site and own brand new 2022 WINNEBAGO MICRO MINNIE FLX. Just purchased last week. First trip and dry camping on July 31. This am , August 2 all the power went out while sitting at table. We hooked up to the truck in order to put in slide and awning and driving home now. ANY IDEAS? Our first rv besides tent trailer camping. Thanks
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Old 08-02-2023, 01:56 PM   #2
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You might start by reading some of the other FLX posts. You will find a ton of info about these trailers.
There have been some breaker issues, possible reset.
It helped me to understand a bit about the apps and how the Zantrex/Lithionics combo worked. You may need to redo your settings for the inverter and charger.
There are some really sharp guys on here that I am sure will chime in and help.
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Old 08-03-2023, 07:56 PM   #3
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Any luck figuring out your issue? It will help to understand how you were using your camper when this happened. Things like what you were consuming power withnd if you had any power other than solar. The lithionics, Xantrex, and go power solar apps are great tools as well to know what is going on. As mentioned there are many threads discussing setup and usage that most likely will get you a resolution.
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Old 08-04-2023, 10:14 AM   #4
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Power went out - which power? 120V AC, or 12V DC or both?
If both, then focus on getting battery data, install Lithionics Battery Monitor app on your phone, connect to your battery and make a screenshot. Swipe to the left from main app screen to get a Details List screen, take a screenshot of that too. Look at the battery On/Off button inside the compartment, near the breaker. Is the blue LED ring around the button lit up solid, off, blinking fast or blinking slow? If off, press the button to turn it back on, then connect from the app to take screenshots.
Is DC breaker in the on position, lever upward?
Take photos of what's showing on Xantrex panel and GoPower solar control panel, if anything.
Did you charge the battery before the trip from shore power? Did you somehow confirm that battery is fully charged?
With no details provided I can only assume that battery wasn't charged and simply ran out of power.
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