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Old 09-30-2018, 01:34 PM   #21
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Dude, the inverter was installed to run the kitchen appliance reefer only, nothing else. Other that voiding your warranty in those areas, your install looks pretty stable. Next time buy the Onan generator to run the other stuff.
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Old 09-30-2018, 10:42 PM   #22
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Dude? I have to disagree. If that was the case, they would not have put the outlets on the counter and in the bedroom. If you order the residential refer, that is true especially when they used the 1000w inverter in prior model years. The reason they don't do it over more than one circuit is bulk of owners are on shore power or run on a generator constantly. There also isn't a product in the RV market that provides this option for power distribution over multiple circuits other than doing it custom like I did. I like to camp on the beach at Lahontan. I only run the generator for the AC or extended microwave use. Otherwise, the inverter is on all the time.

The warranty is not a concern of mine for something like this. I break, I fix.

I have the Onan 5500 as well, but I don't want to run for trivial loads the inverter can handle.
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