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Old 08-30-2015, 03:35 PM   #1
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Problems with Residential Refrigerator

I am having problems with my Residential Refrigerator on my Cherokee 27rr. The refrigerator works perfectly on 110, but it will not work "consistently" on battery power. I am trying to figure out it is just the battery or if the inverter is not working properly.

When I stop over night or even just for a brief stop and the inverter is running on battery power, the inverter shuts off due to low battery indication. However, the battery shows fully charged and will run everything else just fine, including water pumps, lights, fan in bathroom etc. I only have one battery. The TH is new from the end of March. How can I check to find out which is the culprit?

Anyone have experience with this issue?
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Old 08-30-2015, 03:55 PM   #2
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Take the battery to an Auto parts store and Load Test it. Also the Dynamax units with the residentials have at least 2 large deep cycle batteries, some as many as 4 all wired in Parallell so the voltage is 12VDC
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