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My camper was jolted with 240v recently (only wants 125v 30a). Besides the microwave not working the dometic 2807 refridge doesn't come on with ac applied. It works fine on gas. Is there an overvoltage circuit breaker/fuse that might have popped? Any other thoughts? Thanks for your help

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There should be fuses/breakers in the converter box. It sounds like the DC circuit is ok but the AC portion is still out. Eric

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