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Old 07-31-2019, 02:22 PM   #1
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I have just had the inverter rebuilt still No DC 12 volt power were is the Converter? We have all plugs working and the electric hot water but No thing else is working.
Excited to get power back on
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For most models, the INVERTER also acts as a DC CONVERTER, supplying 12VDC for house battery charging, etc.. Sounds like you have a blown fuse or ?? on your 12VDC control Board, that is assuming your INVERTER is supplying 12VDC to it. Rook
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The DC house voltage is controlled by a disconnect switch that controls a solenoid.

Look for a use/store or battery disconnect switch.

The 12 volt supply wire may have been left off the battery when the inverter battery cable was installed after the repair.
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Do you think I can get a new board or will I need to change to something different?
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As twin boats mentioned I have a switch, located at the passenger panel that is close to the front steps... this main switch controls a relay that powers the 12vdc in the coach...

Also my inverter is also a converter, using 2 separate systems located in the same box....

Hope this helps..
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