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Old 04-04-2013, 01:32 PM   #1
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failing convertor

I just left the rv repair shop after having spent last week with dimming, flickering interior lights when ever the furnace blower kicked on. They found the convertor was only putting out 12.1 volts. New part on order.
Electricity is definitely my weak point so it was a take it to the dealer incident.
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Old 04-04-2013, 01:55 PM   #2
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I just left the rv repair shop after having spent last week with dimming, flickering interior lights when ever the furnace blower kicked on. They found the convertor was only putting out 12.1 volts. New part on order.
Electricity is definitely my weak point so it was a take it to the dealer incident.
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It happens to everyone, eventually. I replaced mine recently, a very easy job. I would recommend a: Progressive Dynamics PD9260CV Inteli-Power 9200 Series 60 Amp Converter/Charger with Built-in Charge Wizard if it's not too late.
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Recently replaced mine also.PowerMax PM4B-75 (75 Amp 4-Stage Converter/Charger) is an excellent choise also. Mine had a 55 amp so I went up to the max amp 75 you can get. charges batteries also Either the one above or this on would be an excellent choise. Just my $.02
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