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I have 0 output on the 120 volt a/c I shut it off to cool down still nothing. cooling fan don't run. 12 volt fuse is ok [2]. took cover off to see if i can find a smaller fuse,none Is there a repair shop in los angeles,cal?

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Terry this unit has 2 AC outputs so the reading that you got is correct. I am trying to surmise the actual problem that you have. You may have lost a system ground in the mobile home which would give you power as you stated but no power to the mobile home as the system ground has been lost.

Dumb questions time.

1. Battery voltage above 10 Volts?
2. Have you checked the DC Fuse?
3. Have you reset the breaker on the control panel?

Last test.. is to disconnect all outputs and try a voltage test again. A system distribution short will cause the inverter to go into the self protect mode.

Kelly

Have you reset the breaker

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AC
SYSTEM
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Remove the back.
Remove the fans. See of the heat sink is not plugged up with dust. If so vacuum it out.
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