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Posted by Anonymous on
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.
2500W 5000 Watt Power Inverter Pure Sine Wave 12V dc 110V 120V ac LCD...
Posted on Feb 05, 2018
SOURCE: Low voltage output from inverter
I am thinking this a high impediance device problem and this is normal operation - the user manual of my inverter warns about use with high impediance devices - if not I am interested also...
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
SOURCE: power inverter
There are 8 40A fuses inside this unit. In the following pics you will see a bank of 4 and another bank with 3 of the 4 removed. I'm currently working on mine as it will cost me more to ship and have Cobra repair than I paid for the unit ($133 to repair). Good luck with your problem
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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