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Francis Xavier
post Dec 13 2011, 05:48 PM
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I am living in a 1989 Rexhall Airex RV and overloaded the electrical circuits. I reset the one circuit breaker on the Onan Emerald 1 generator but electrical system still not working. I hear rumors of a circuit breaker panel but cannot find one. Does it even exist?

Or did I blow the fuse in the Onan?
Any solutions or suggestions are welcomed
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post Dec 14 2011, 09:35 AM
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If you have an inverter, there are breakers on the inverter itself. Even though you are not running the inverter, the power goes through it. Good luck!
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post Dec 14 2011, 10:06 AM
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You do have a panel like a stick built. It has both the 120 and 12 volt systems in it. Power converter. It's probably in the kitchen area.
The Onan will have a breaker in that as well.


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post Dec 14 2011, 05:07 PM
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thanks for reply.

I found the indoor panel on the bottom of the bed frame near the hallway door and reset all the circuit breakers and checked all the fuses. Reset the circuit breaker on the Onan generator outside but electrical system still now working.

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You do have a panel like a stick built. It has both the 120 and 12 volt systems in it. Power converter. It's probably in the kitchen area.
The Onan will have a breaker in that as well.

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post Dec 15 2011, 05:10 AM
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Hi,

There may also be a GFI breaker on the outlet in the bathroom. They often need to be reset, too.


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post Dec 15 2011, 07:28 AM
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Are you on shore power?? If so, is the outlet hot??
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Is the generator putting out power? Plug a drill or light in it to see. If possible plug into shore power to see if that will work.


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