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Old 01-12-2013, 05:11 PM   #1
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Magnetek 50 amp??

I have to change my converter charger 50 amp!!! what should i look for???
Progressive Dynamics, iota......


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Old 01-12-2013, 06:23 PM   #2
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PD9245C is good (45A) or PD9260C (60A). JM2...
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Is PD better then Iota????
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Been reading these threads for a while. Don't see to many problems with the PDs. had mine for 4 years with no problems. The PD 9200 series is a three stage converter/charge. Should read up on them. JM2...
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I've used Progressive Dynamics converters since 2000 with never a problem. Our current RV was OEM equipped with a PD9180 to which I added the Charge Wizard. The 92XX series has the Charge Wizard function built in. I'd highly recommend them.

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