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Old 03-19-2018, 03:53 PM   #1
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Fleetwood Flair 34F Converter Location

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I am a new RV owner and I am having battery issues while boondocking. Both my coach batteries and my starting battery have gone dead on me after 1 day.

After jumping the starting battery, I can immediately start the generator and all is good for a while. Also my combiner switch did not help so I am suspecting a stuck relay/solenoid. When the motor is running I am getting 14+ volts at the starting battery and the coach batteries. With the engine off and the generator running I am only getting 13.5 volts at the house batteries.

My question is this: what should be the voltage supplied by the converter, and where is the converter located on my coach?
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You don't mention what year your Flair is, but ours for our 06 Bounder is located behind the drawers in our bedroom wardrobe.

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Sorry, Our is a 2004 Flair! Thanks, I will check that location.
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Found it! You were right, thank you! The output is 13.6v. Says so right on the label! It is an WFCO 45amp. Model WF-9845.
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