Also check to ensure that the house main battery switch is on. I made that mistake before and thought that I had an issue. The house main switch controls the power to the generator. If it is off, the generator will not run or stay running. Its like a kill switch. Another thing, the house main switch does not shut off the inverter, the only way to ensure that you cut it off, is by pressing the off button on the Magnum panel and then use the store/use switch. When I first got the coach, I thought that the store switch would kiil everything, but that is not the case after calling and talking with the factory rep. This is how it is designed:
1. House on/off switch- for battery draw from the generator only
2. Inverter control- turns on and off from the Magnum panel only.
3. Store/use switch-turns off all power in the coach but if the inverter is not turned off at the panel, the inverter will continue to run even though all the other switches are off.
I was told that it was designed this way to ensure that the user could control and ensure that the coach was turned off and not assumed it was turned off.
seems a bit confusing to me but I always turn off the generator, kill the inverter at the panel, flip the store switch then kill the house batteries with the off switch. This is my routine and I have not had any issues since doing this. When I fire it up, I do the reverse. Factory says that it is the right sequence, so I do it.
Hope this helps
2014 Legacy SR300, 340BH
Toad: 2011 GMC Acadia
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