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Old 10-28-2006, 08:39 PM   #1
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Default 2004 Roadtrek built-in inverter wiring

Took me a while to learn this so I figured I should post it here:

My '04 has a 600w / 900w 1hr / 1200w 10 sec. Tripp Lite inverter. I am limited to 360 watts (approx) by a 30 amp breaker. I do have a replacement 50 amp breaker but I haven't installed it. I also have 6 gauge wiring.

I got confirmation from H & P that it is safe to replace the 30 amp breaker with a 50 amp breaker so that I could realize the full 600 watts.

Instead, I added a separate 2000 watt inverter.
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