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Old 10-24-2014, 09:11 PM   #1
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Would like to know if the Tripp-Lite Inverter requires a fuse in the Press To Reset Button area, I don't believe so, but asking.

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Old 10-24-2014, 10:55 PM   #2
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Found this image on google images. It is a black coloured unit and not white, but everything else is the same including labelling, switches, lights etc.

http://www.mazersplace.com/images/PROJE ... VERTER.jpg

It appears as if the missing item there is a push button switch, just like the button to the left.

Do you know the exact model number so we can look for a manual?
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Old 10-24-2014, 11:19 PM   #3
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My manual makes no mention if it takes a fuse, but I am wondering if it does.

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Old 10-27-2014, 11:17 PM   #4
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No fuse required! This is just the circuit breaker to be pushed in to reset if needed. Hope that helps.
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No fuse required! This is just the circuit breaker to be pushed in to reset if needed. Hope that helps.
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Sorry for reviving an old post but can someone confirm these circuit breakers require a push to reset them? The manual says they are automatic & reset by restarting the inverter.
I have lost 110 volt output but can't tell if the circuit breaker is tripped or not and restarting the inverter does not seem to work. Is there any way to visually tell if the white breaker is tripping?
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without a model number- this is a guess/ general statement:

when a circuit breaker is tripped a reset button will be poking out...depending on type in may be a black button with a white ring ( to show that is has tripped)...with everything turned off, push the reset button ...you may need to wait a few minutes for the breaker to cool off

push it it an it will latch, and the white ring will no longer be visible.


some other type circuit breakers are a lever (kinda like at home), or a small button poking out which needs to be pushed back in.

usually a tripped breaker will have a white or red part showing to indicate visually...but not always.

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on some RV's a complete circuit may have a GFCI type outlet protecting a number of circuits- these are the type which are usually near kitchen and bathroom sinks at home- they have a black test button and a red reset button- check to see if you have any of these.

( for instance on my pleasure-Way, there is a GFCI outlet in the head- if that trips, it takes out the outlet in the galley and the outside outlet.
all 3 outlets are protected by the one outlet with the GFCI on the same circuit

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It's a Tripp Lite RV750ULHW & the picture in the first post shows the white CB on the far left.
I've checked the GFI but it does not have power to the line input. The white post is about 3/8" extended (maybe a bit more than shown in the picture) but pushing it in does not lock it as I would expect. I was hoping someone would have some experience with this specific unit.
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