Windjammer learned a new trick
So this past weekend we were camping in Indiana and it was cool. We had good 30 amp service so we had the fireplace heater on with the TV. not much else was on electric and the water heater was on propane. I decided to risk tripping a circuit to use the microwave for a few seconds. As soon as the MW came on, the fireplace shut off. Not the TV or anything else and no tripped circuits. When the MW was done, I turned the fireplace back on and it worked fine. Of course, we had to test this new trick. So the next morning, I did the same thing: TV on, fireplace heater and added the coffee pot. Started the MW and off went the heater. Could there be something in the converter doing this? At our summer site, I tripped the 30 amp circuit outside at the power pole a couple of times - usually the AC and MW pulling too much juice. And there we know there isn't full 30 amp service. So why did the fireplace cut out like this?
2015 Windjammer 3029 Diamond Edition
2011 Ram 5.7 hemi
Ohio River Rat
2016 camping: Lost count, but never enough.
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