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Old 12-27-2015, 10:11 AM   #1
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Location of sub panel

I have a MY2000 390XL. The 110v wiring diagram says there is a 30amp sub panel (in addition to the main 110v panel at the foot of the bed). But I cannot locate this 30amp sub panel. And suggestions? Thanks and Happy New Year!
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Old 12-27-2015, 10:18 AM   #2
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you probably do not have one. My diagram shows the same thing, even labels it as such in the breaker box. Are you having problems or just curious?
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Old 12-27-2015, 10:52 AM   #3
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Greg,
Thanks for the reply. I popped a circuit breaker (space heater and high power espresso maker at the same time), so I lost the GFI circuit that supplies the kitchen and bath plug. I thought it might just be that the GFI popped, but that does not seem to be the case. So I was thinking it might be a circuit breaker in this mysterious "30 am sub panel".
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Figured that might be the problem as it happened to me. Check your inverter. If it's like mine, there are 2 circuit breakers on the right side, kind of look like light switches. Hard to see and get to but I will bet that is what has tripped.
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Wow!! That did it. Thanks. Take a break. You did your good deed for the day!
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Glad it worked, now you can drink that fancy coffee!
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Now that you have discovered those two breakers, trip one at a time and see which outlets are supplied from which breaker. If they wired it up in a sensible way, you might be able to keep bigger appliances off the same circuit. Bet all outlets on the kitchen bench including the microwave are on the same circuit
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