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Old 09-14-2016, 11:20 AM   #15
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first off id like to thank everyone for their help and assitance... but if everyone would like to call me an idiot, then i wouldnt mind! after searching for a while, i found the battery converter... and i realised that it had been unplugged while loading some luggage... i plugged it in and... all the lights and electrical equipment are perfect... i have no secured the connection and i havent had problems since, thanks to everyone who helped!

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Old 09-14-2016, 11:32 AM   #16
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Good news on your 12v issue--despite our best intentions, sometimes we get a bit carried away on IRV2 and try to explain how to "build a watch" when all the OP wanted to know was "what time is it?"--oh bother. Realize the rig is new to you but as soon as you can, you need to locate both the chassis and house battery banks and verify that water in the cells [if appropriate] are at proper levels--a "specific gravity" test of each cell is also a good thing to do.

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