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Old 10-22-2015, 09:27 PM   #1
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Where does XLR put their converter?

Can someone familiar with the XLR inform me of the converter location?
I purchased a 415 today...looking for the converter.
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Old 10-23-2015, 06:58 AM   #2
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It will be behind your basement wall. You would have to unscrew the basement wall and remove it to gain access to the converter. Are you having an issue with it or just curious where it is?
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Thanks for the information.
No problems with converter...I'm the type of guy that wants to know everything so when there IS a problem I can get right to it.
I love our 415...trying to absorb all I can...
Another question please...your umbilical from your F350 will charge the XLR battery while driving? I'm quite sure mine does not. XLR battery very low when I got it home. I'll be looking into that.
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You probably have a popped fuse in your truck to the trailer charge line output in your truck's 7 way plug. It should charge while towing. I believe it's a 30 amp fuse but check your owners manual. Mine blew once for no reason too but has worked without issue since.
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Yikes...I'm gettin' right on it...thanks!
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Taken: yep...25 amp fuse #90 is open. Thanks for your help!
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Glad it was that easy! Just check it again after towing and make sure it doesn't pop again. If it does, then there might be another problem. Mine popped once and never again so hopefully that's the same for you.
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