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Old 03-20-2017, 12:15 PM   #1
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Looking to replace converter charger

Hello All,

I'm not finding my converter/charger in 30' Rexhall class A, 2003 mh. (model M-29 ?)

Is it under the fridge behind the intelec 500 smart thi ngy, or maybe,. one of the underneath storage bins (I'm not where I can look right now). ?

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Old 03-20-2017, 01:33 PM   #2
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Hello All,

I'm not finding my converter/charger in 30' Rexhall class A, 2003 mh. (model M-29 ?)

Is it under the fridge behind the intelec 500 smart thi ngy, or maybe,. one of the underneath storage bins (I'm not where I can look right now). ?

Thanks,

cstone
The unit on our MH is located under the hallway closet. The fuses are located on the front of the panel that covers the converter/charger.
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Old 03-20-2017, 02:59 PM   #3
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Have you found the coach AC voltageCircuit breaker panel with DC voltage fuses. Mine is at bottom of closet. The charger is under it.
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Old 04-04-2017, 11:06 AM   #4
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My converter is under the fridge. It's a brown vented panel. Undo the top latch and it should fold down. That is where the AC breakers and DC fuses are. If you take the four screws loose on the bottom half of the cover, the converter should be below the fuses / breakers.
Word of caution, before putting your hands anywhere inside this unit, make sure you are unplugged from the mains and remove the negative wires from both the chassis and coach batteries.
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I did the upgrade on mine. It was under the fridge. Very easy swap.

4600 series Upgrade Kits
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I did the upgrade on mine. It was under the fridge. Very easy swap.

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Agree, I also upgraded when the Magnatec unit began to fail. The replacement units come as a complete kit.
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