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Old 08-19-2016, 01:25 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by backagain View Post
Hi, new guy here. I'd like to bump this thread and talk about the last post from pellmauid.

I'm looking to buy a 2005 Affinity and the guy doing the PPI warned me about the "old style" Prosine inverters. He said that when they die, without warning, I would have to buy inverters that are not compatible with the Silverleaf system in this 05 coach. He said I would have to send in the Silverleaf to get it updated as well as updating some of the sensors. Also, I would have to rewire the coach to replace the cat5 with the newer 2 wire system. $10k sounds about right for all that. ?!?

There has to be other options, right? Moderator, just let me know if you want me to start a new topic.
You probably would get some sense of best options by calling Silverleaf customer service, maybe a Magnum inverter would be a good choice.


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Old 08-20-2016, 12:31 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by CntryCoachRV View Post
You probably would get some sense of best options by calling Silverleaf customer service, maybe a Magnum inverter would be a good choice.
Good idea. I'll find out if there's a new inverter that will work with Silverleaf using Cat5 wiring.

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