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I Have No 120 Volt Power In My RV

by Steve
(Kailua Kona, HI. USA)

Suddenly the AC power does not work. I've traced power to the transfer switch. Power in but none out.

Is this a reason why I've no AC in the RV? If so, there is no mfg nor part # on this. How can I know what part to replace?

ANSWER: Greetings Steve thanks for submitting your question on our Ask An RV Question Page.

With the limited information you have provided me I can only tell you that the transfer switch could be the problem or there could be other issues causing the problem.

My suggestion is that you take your RV in and have it looked at by a Certified RV Technician to determine what the exact problem is. They should also be able to determine what the right parts are for your RV.

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Sorry that I could not be of more help.

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