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Old 01-03-2015, 03:39 PM   #11
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We are the proud new owners of a 2015 Solera. We just took our second trip in our new RV from San Diego to Laughlin NV, to Las Vegas, and are now driving home. We have a minor issue, the electrical outlets are not working while we are driving. The dial as you walk into the RV is on. The Circuit Breakers have not tripped. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.



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Old 01-03-2015, 04:07 PM   #12
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We are the proud new owners of a 2015 Solera. We just took our second trip in our new RV from San Diego to Laughlin NV, to Las Vegas, and are now driving home. We have a minor issue, the electrical outlets are not working while we are driving. The dial as you walk into the RV is on. The Circuit Breakers have not tripped. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
your dealer should have explained how your RV works, during the PDI.
your outlets will only work, by 3 ways. shore power, generator or an INverter.

the only way they'll work while driving, is by running the generator, which you don't say whether yours has one or not.
or by it having an INverter installed, which i don't think is a standard or even option, for the Solera line.
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Ok, I thought it was working earlier on our trip. I appreciate the feedback. Happy New Year.


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Old 01-03-2015, 07:49 PM   #14
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The cig. lighter type outlets will work as they are DC as long as the battery switch is on.
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Old 02-18-2015, 09:14 AM   #17
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How did this Solera Motorhome thread get overrun with trailers?
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Apparently, someone/something is sending a link to this topic to all new forum members.


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How did this Solera Motorhome thread get overrun with trailers?
It's a chain reaction. Depending on how a member views the site we aren't always aware of which forum we are posting to. Will take care of this during my break unless another site team jumps in.
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