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Hi, I would check the outlet your plugged into it appears from the readout that two of the prongs are grounds. Are you in a park at home or? thanks
If you plugged into a 220volt outlet, it probably fried the automatic transfer swtich, this is what changes your power automatically from shore power to gen power. I see you have a fleetwood what model is it? You talk about plugging into a 30 amp circuit does your coach have 30 or 50 amp service?
thanks with you adapating down to the 30 amp and plugging into the 220, was probably for a welder, Im sure your fried the auto transfer switch, now the next issue, where is it? I dont know for sure in your coach. it will normally be near or behind the distribution panel. mounted on the floor looks like this.. click here
going to be somewhere wired into the end of the shoreline, and the breaker panel
I dont know your model, but if you have a rear bed, lift the lid and look under
no its a separate component
yes I will be here
No, sorry I cant tell you exactly where it is, as I was thinking, is the surge protector an add on or was it installed by the factory, please give me the model number of it, thanks
thanks that is the transfer switch............take the cover off, and with your volt meter, look at the schematic, you have red black white comming in, this is the 50 amp service each leg is 120vac against ground or the neutral. With it plugged in see if the power transfers thru the switch. Check the power out
You dont have a voltmeter? is that what your saying? You need to get one to go any further. Michael