We have a 2011 Fleetwood Discovery 40G that keeps having 110 power issues.
Our problem is that whether we are connected to shore power or running the generator, we lose power to our main coach 110v outlets. We can turn on the inverter and get 110 then, but the batteries start to discharge even though we are still hooked up to 50A shore power or have the generator running.
In the past I could reset the inverter and get the 110 to come back without having the inverter on, but now that is not doing the trick. So we are now without 110 power even though we are hooked to shore power. The only way I could get my house batteries to charge while the inverter is on, is start the engine and let the alternator charge them. They do not get charged from the shore power or generator or if they do, it is just a trickle because running anything like the TVs or DVD player will drain the house batteries.
We have two Magnum MS2000 Pure Sine Wave Inverter/Chargers, one for the main coach and one for the residential refrigerator The refrigerator keeps its power fine while we lose power to the 110 outlets without having to turn its inverter on.
I have reset both inverters, turned off all the power to the coach and unhooked the shore power for a few minutes and then hooked it back up. I have unhooked from shore power and started the generator and nothing seems to let us get our 110 power back. Our hot water heater and dryer keeps power to them so it seems it is just whatever is wired to the inverter designated to the coach 110 power.
Any suggestions would be much appreciated.