Question about Xantrex Technology Electronics - Others
Check you line out distribution leads for a system ground with the #2 inverter disconnected. Also chect across the line out terminals onthe inverter with the distribution leads disconnected. The inverters use a floating ground vs and installed ground. If the inverter senses a ground your will read 120VAC to ground on each output terminal bu\out will read ZERO across the two terminals. If you read 120VAC across the to terminals with the dristribution leads disconnected and lose that output voltage with the leads connected then you have introduced a FIXED ground into the system. You will need to isolate where the fixed ground manifested itself as a result of connecting the new water heater.
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