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I have samlex 600 watt voltage inverter -12vdc to 120vac pure sine.ihave never overloaded or dropped unit or reverse polarity hookup.any chance you can fix mine?

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Replace the inverter diodes, they are most likely burned out

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I assume your not using a pure sine wave inverter. A lot of electronic devices won't work on a lower cost inverter (modified sine wave) that has a square sine wave, either invest in a true sine wave inverter or don't run sensitive electronic equipment, I'm somewhat surprised you didn't damage the circuit board in the microwave...Below is a link of a inverter that would work if you want to spend the money for one.
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User's manual pure sine inverter


http://www.donrowe.com/user_guides/samlex/ssw_series.pdf

May or may not be identical to what your part number is but the general guidelines are the same.

If you are looking for the schematic, the manufacturers keep a tight lid on those to protect intellectual property as there are several ways to achieve the sinewave synthesis, and some are under patent or are under license.

If you understand the principles of a Class A audio amplifier, you should be able troubleshoot this type of inverter.

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Need owners manual


Without knowing make or model other than 600 Watts and pure sine output:
http://www.donrowe.com/user_guides/samlex/ssw_series.pdf
is for a series of pure sine inverters, yours should be similar enough to the 600 Watt version to be of practical use.

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Can you daisy link two inverters together positive to positive neg to neg ac out to increase the watts



This will cause big problems. It will not work and will likely cause both inverters to fail. Power inverters must create the 60Hz sign wave from a crystal controlled internal frequency driver. It's like a clock that keeps the timing at 60Hz. 2 independent units will have slightly different clocks both in time and frequency. This would cause the output waveform of one unit to be out of phase with the second. If they are out of phase, they will look like loads to each other and likely fail. It would be possible if the inverters had a way to link their clocks or use only one clock. This could be designed in however I have never seen this feature. You can hook up multiple inverters to the low voltage side (12VDC), just don't hookup their 120VAC output side. Hope this helps.

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My inverter is in alarm and won't produce 110 power. Checked input voltage and it is correct.


I have had this happen a few times.

Sadly replacement is the Best option.
Repairs can be %75 the cost of a new one.

The best invert we have been using is a Pure Sine 1500 watt inverter.

Sad news but hope this tip helps.

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Red fault light comes on after about 10 mins and


Had a similar problem with the same inverter BUT to include a failing cooling fan.

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Take it back and get your money back as soon as possible.

Replaced it with a pure sine inverter 1500 watt that is kicking **** 24 seven days a week on my solar / wind power system.

RECOMENDATIONS:

UPGRADE.

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My aims 2000 pure sine wave inverter is pluged to 2 240amp/h 6 volt batteries. When | plug in a 1800 watt hairdrier i get an alarm as if the batt. were to low. they are new and at full charge. is the load...


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