Smitty77_7 Posted January 5, 2016 Report Share Posted January 5, 2016 We're on our second Counter Top Induction Burner. The first one we sent back, after we could not get it to work in the RV, as it would kick out an error code. (Never tried it again when we were in our S&B Vacation Home. Where it had worked when we tried it our when we first received it.) The second education top we deiced to go with the simpler Burton 6200 model. It too worked as we tested it out in the S&B home. But when we got it out to use in the RV, it too would not work and we received an error code. Now back in the S&B home, it seems to work again... In the RV, with both units, we tried two different circuit breaker supported outlets, with no luck. On edit: The one thing I did not mention, may not matter, but this is an 1800W unit. Vs some that are capped at 1500W. Just more info sharing with that tidbit. Any advice on what to look at as far as our coaches wiring, that would cause an induction unit to not work? Country Coach 50Amp shore power SurgeGuard 50Amp protector Magnum MS2812 inverter Coffee pot, toaster, blender, electric heaters - all work well on these outlets. Puzzled I be:)! TIA, Smitty And note: Coach is into the shop, so anything you suggest I look at, will be a few weeks from now. Just trying to get my mind around why an induction unit, two of them, would have a problem - when other devices seem to like the power... Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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