Thanks. Done and oil is full. It is another one of the things I checked first. Buuuuuutttt, I had not checked the coolant, as I was getting no over heat warning etc, but when I went out to double check the oil, I found the recovery tank empty! The tech had given me the balance of the gallon of coolant after he drained and refilled it and I put most of that in, maybe a pint or two at most. I can only suspect he didnt start it up and run it under a load after he changed the fluid. Started it up and so far so good. I should know in the mornig when she starts up and charges. Hopefully you all won't hear from me again on this.
Big thanks to all for taking the time to help, as so many do so many times!
If it was shutting down because of coolant (over heating), it should have given you a code. Hopefully you have solved it but just in case:
Take a close look at your setting on your inverter. Sounds like the inverter might be shutting it down. Go to the menu and set the generator on "manual" and use the panel to start it. See how long it runs on that setting.
2005 Monaco Dynasty Diamond IV 42' ISL 400; Tag Axle; Residential Refrig
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For anyone else reading this with a similar issue, I have now run the system through 6 complete charging cycles with no further issues. I guess the small amt of coolant that I was low was not enough to cause an overheating condition, but something was sensing a slightly low level and causing the shut down.
Even though I just had it changed, and maybe because I just had it changed, I should have checked it first! Make a note, when yours gets changed turn it on and turn on both air conditioners , then recheck your level.
I thank you all for being a sounding board and offering advise on this head scratcher, for me.