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Old 07-06-2019, 01:22 PM   #1
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Fan below Breaker Panel

I just brought home a used 2019 Rockwood Mini Lite 2104S. When I plug into power, a fan comes on that's just below the breaker panel. When on Battery power, the fan does not run. Anyone know what this is. Thanks
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It is the fan in the power converter. Plugged into 120 volts, it charges the batteries and needs cooling.

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You have a 55A converter (AC to DC)
WHen on Shore Power it supplies the DC Dist Panel/Fuses with 12VDC Voltage AND maintains/charges battery


Cooling fan provides air flow across transformer...they get hot when operating
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Thanks for the info, y'all nailed it.
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