Inverter has me perplexed..
I am in the process of doing a bunch of upgrades to my '15 Classic. Just starting the electrical part. I will install a Magnum MSH inverter/battery charger. Since this is a 50 AMP trailer, I will route 4 circuits of my factory power center into a su-panel. (In short, Front A/C on one circuit with 3 other circuits), Rear A/C on another circuit.) I've got things pretty well in hand but am stumped with a very recent change A/S has made. They have installed an inverter/shore power transfer system. I have no need for the miserable, awful, noisy, fan-always-running 1000 watt WFCO inverter that's stock in my trailer. (Oh and it's under the dinette seat so you hear it all the time...). Unlike my 2012 Intl, the new Classic has a 120V outlet next to the WFCO, and there's a cord that goes from the WFCO into the 120V outlet. (There's also the usual connector that goes from the inverter to the circuits wired for inverted power.) My surmise is that when I'm not plugged in with 120V, the outlet the inverter is plugged into senses that. What I've determined thus far is that if I put 120V into the inverted circuits, bypassing the WFCO, none of the inverted circuits work. Can anybody shed some light on this? I expect there's some "hidden" transfer switch somewhere that needs to be deactivated -- or something -- but for now, I'm stumped. Thanks!
"SilverLeaf II" 2015 30' Classic
2014 RAM 2500 Laramie 4x4 CC w/6.7L Cummins
WBCCI # 3430-Unit 21