Originally Posted by RVGK
Inverter determined to be dead for which no suitable unit was on hand so they decided to pull the same model from a new in-stock Airstream (had to come back early Monday to complete) an astounding move by a dealer. Since it was suspected that the failed unit had overheated because Airstream had installed it in a cabinet lacking adequate ventilation (we have the recliners option with the inverter between) their woodworking shop fitted vents (they regularly build custom cabinets).
Hi, as an automotive electrician [now retired] replacing a failed part, with out finding and fixing the cause, is not a proper fix. This dealer did the right thing.
Good to here that there are still people doing it the right way.