Originally Posted by jcinca
Just finished up installing a new inverter in my Solera. I was replacing the o.e.m. Wafco unit. They discontinued the model. I replaced it with xantrex 600sw pro watt unit. Added the tranfer switch and remote. Thanks for the suggestions posted. I did some research and decided this was the best option for me. If your inverter is under the sink cabinet, it's not a bad idea to pull out the drawer to look at the inverter and check to see if something got pushed out of the drawer and is covering the inverter, like in my case it was a dish towel and a couple of paper bags. If I was aware of this I probably would not be replacing the inverter.
Thanks for sharing the lesson. That could have happened to anyone.
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