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Old 05-21-2018, 06:55 PM   #1
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Samsung Residential Fridge tripping Inverter GFIC when NOT on shore power

I have a 2018 Montana 3721RL with a Samsung residential refrigerator. The fridge runs fine when connected to shore power. When I disconnect shore power the fridge is suppose to run on battery power via the 2000 watt Inverter. The fridge will run for about 10 minutes or so then it trips the GFIC located directly on the 110v outlet of the Inverter. This is a "test/reset" button located just between the dual 110v Inverter outlets. I get no fault codes on the Inverter's LED read out. the battery voltage (with the truck running and plugged in) is between 12.1v and 13.1v depending on if the fridge is running or not.
Bottom line is - the fridge is warm after a few hours of driving. The CW dealer claims the Inverter is performing normal (not sure how they can determine this since they cannot hook it up to a vehicle and actually road test this issue).
How can I get this resolved?
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