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Question: I think I over loaded the generator by using too many electric appliances/heaters at one time.  The power snapped off.  Resetting the GFCI does not restore power. I flipped all the power switches and unplugged/replaced  the power supply without success.  So, interestingly, I can use the solar electric power without problems, but direct generator/shore power will not work.   Any suggestions on what to check or do?  Thanks, Gia

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Ranger and Al,

In no way did I intend to not give credit where it is due....sorry Ranger,  the first reply/post I saw pop up was Al and I was eager to make the repair.  Responses are much valued and appreciated..... along with the ribbing and sense of humor!   Gia 

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