1. on the dashboard there is a 3-way toggle switch with a light. Without the ignition key turned off (up = nothing, down = flashing red light). With the key turned ON (up = solid green light, down = flashing red light.) I'm thinking this has something to do with the coach battery? I've seen other posts about a guillotine switch by the batter (which I don't have) but could this be something similar? 2. Behind the drivers seat is a STAT POWER brand DC to AC converter. When I have the ignition on and flip the switch to ON, the meter lights come on and the unit squeals. Any thoughts on this? I noticed there is also a STAT POWER button near the controls by the sink. Are these related, or just same brand and different components? 3. Under the couch there is what looks to be an AV amplifier. is this an add on, or did the B190's come with it? 4. Of course the generator doesnt run without holding the START switch down continuously. It does crank and fire up while the start button is depressed, but then dies immediately when you let off.
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#2 is an inverter as you noted. The other switch is probably a remote on/off for it. It shouldn’t be making much noise, so I wonder if the cooling fan is bad.
#3 is an amp for the speakers.
#4 - the generator could have a carb issue, a bad fuel pump, clogged filter, etc. Best to start a new thread in the generator forum for it.
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