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Old 06-06-2015, 11:20 AM   #11
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GOOD NEWS. Problem found and fixed. About a year ago I had to replace the head on the power cable (don't ask). Apparently, as I've moved back and forth from shore to gen power, one contact in the head worked loose. The cable is straight up and down on external power, and has a bend for the gen receptacle, so I was getting good contact on shore, and none on gen. That's why the receptacle always tested good, but power wasn't being passed.

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Old 06-06-2015, 08:31 PM   #12
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Also may be your current of poor quality.last weekend our neighbor camper got error codes on his On an and some stuff would not work. KillAWatt $25 meter saved the day. Showed only 50 cycle. A little adjust to low rpm side of rpm governor and bingo all good. I am assuming you have rv quality inverter generator. If only "contractor grade" generator then all bets off. Take a good look at your current.

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