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Old 07-15-2013, 02:02 PM   #1
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Converter location

I have a 1991 Fleetwood Pace arrow and wanting to know where my converter is located,I think it needs replaced any input would be appreciated,thanks
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Mine is under a bedroom drawer in my 08 Bounder. Look under the drawers ( bedroom and kitchen ), the fridge. It's there somewhere . FW may be able to tell you. 800-322-8216
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Mine is located waaaaaay back behind the bench seat that butts up to the wall between the vanity area and the bench seat. Just pull the bottom drawer/basket thing under the bench seat, and pull the lower drawer near the vanity (mine is a 1996 Pace Arrow) and you should be able to see it, or at least wires running to it. FYI when I thought mine was out a while ago it turns out it was just 2 20 amp fuses that were on the converter itself. Best O' luck to you!
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Found converter it had a bad fuse,thanks again for helping
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Great. Where was it ?
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Thanks. That will help others.
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