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Old 08-25-2016, 10:02 PM   #85
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Originally Posted by BamaMomRTR View Post
So we need to change them to be in "series"?


Dumb question....is 6v each strong enough anyway? My brother, who had a Fleetwood Tioga Class C 32' RV mentioned that his were 12v.

Can we put 12v batteries in as replacements? (Is that a really stupid Q...if so, sorry)
If you connect your 6 volt batteries in series it will make the output 12 volts.

Your appliances need this 12 volt in addition to the 110 volt to operate.

Yes you could change out your 6 volt to 12 volt batteries. If you put into they would be wired parallel.

Getting your batteries correct should solve all of your problems. Even if you plug the refrigerator direct to 110, it will not work without the 12 volts also.

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Ours had an inteli power pd9155, changed to the same brand but a pd9160 (178.88 Amazon). My wife and i put it in. Ours it's under the refrigerator, so it was tight. Plugs into 120v outlet, has a stiff copper ground to a lug on the outside of the converter, then the red and black battery cables the go in the front. It took us 20 minutes to change out.

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