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Fan does not work.

As I hook up the negative power cord to the invertor I hear a noise from the invertor. The invertor fan does not run but the invertor still operates. What I need to do to get the fan back working?

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Two things...one the fan only workk when the unit get hot or you created short the inversters are very sinsative and if you make mistake you are dead...see try it for ferw min and see...but first try to reset the unit and that by disconnecting the negative and positive from the back and turn the unit on to get all charges in the unit out then reconnect the cables do not forget to ground the unit to avoid sparks.

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