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Old 02-02-2016, 06:33 PM   #11
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Boondocking question about generator

This happened to mine last year, ended up being the cooling fan on the inverter stopped working and would cause the fault when it got too hot. Only did it with the generator, never shore power. I was dry camping in Daytona at the time for the 500 and called magnum. They recommended a guy and I called him up. He said if I delivered the inverter he'd cover it under warranty but if he came to take it out of have to pay a service fee. I pulled it out, delivered it to him. Had it back that evening with a new fan. They are cheap computer like cooling fans that burn up or seize and that's what caused it.


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