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Re: The fan on my 1200 watt inverter does not start when...
No. the fan is to remove heat(obviously) If there is a small or no load on the inverter the fan wont come on(no heat to get rid of)..........this is so a lightly loaded inverter wont kill your batteries as fast.If you load it up(power something big or power several things at once) the fan should start after a few minutes hope this helps.Good Luck!
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if your amp has a bridge do nt bridge the subs just connect them normal planet audio subs usually dont have a high potential to withstand too much watts even if the subs say 1200 watts thats not true nwatts check the box the subs came in it will tell u true wattage it may say rms
Yes, inline fuse as close to the battery as possible. If 4 gauge wire were to ground out without fuse, would most likely start a fire or at least damage other existing harnesses (depending on routing) before a person could disconnect battery.
if the inverter is wired to a lighter socket then you do not have enough power as lighter sockets are generally limited to 100-150 watts. If you are using the supplied battery clamps, then is the vehicle running to supply enough power to run your TV?
I would recommend you purchase a brand name 600watt RMS amp instead of a Jensen 1200 watt peak amp. Trust me you will notice the difference. Try a kicker, hifonics, MTX, audiobahn Autotech... Its not the watts its the quality of the watts..
turn the unit off and then disconnect the negative from the back and turn th unit back on that way the inverter will use all the charge kept inside.
Reconnect the negative and start the unit ...I did that to my unit and for fun I asked tech support for help they told me that I need to buy ne one...After I reset my unit I been using now since for over 2 years...sometime it come back one every few months if I have high voltage coming and I redo this again and it works...save your money