Originally Posted by xrayted65
1. Power is coming in to the 110V box and supplying the air conditioner, but the wall plug ins are not working.
2. There is no power to the convertor box so all of the 12V things are not working. However, if I place a battery charger on the battery then the 12V items are working, i.e. lights, range hood/light, the furnace, etc. Also, if a jumper is placed from the 110V box to the convertor then the 12V items work. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Can't help on the wiring diagram but might on the rest.
So you AC but no wall outlets.
And you have battery and 12 volt lights but no convertor 12 volt
But then you put a jumper between something and the 12 volts works on the convertor.
Well the good news is the battery and 12 volt bus side is all working. But the convertor hooking has questions as well as the plugs.
Tell me about this jumper. Where does it jump from and to? Are you hot wiring up the convertor directly and that is what is working?
If so this sounds like maybe you have a fuse/circuit breaker issue on the 120 incoming line that feeds the plugs and convertor. If this has breakers, it may have bounced out of the 120 buss bar and is not making and the plugs and the convertor power up and they might be on the same circuit.
Are you electrically handy and have a volt/ohm meter?
Some how you or someone else is going to have to go hunting in the 120 side of the convertor box. Pull the shore power and battery before hunting.
Let us know some more on the problem. Any chance if a pic of the inside of the convertor? I can then see what you have and help more.
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