Originally Posted by Fedexjettech
We have a 2003 Journey DL with a Freedom 15 I/C that is not working.Im looking at the Freedom XC inverters.I have taken the old one apart down to the battery cables.It appears the battery cables do not disconnect at the inverter.They run to the other side of the coach to the battery compartment.Im thinking just cut them off behind the inverter,put eyelet on each and extend them as needed.Verse trying to get the wire from the other side.I can only see about 10% of the wire going to the other side.
This is your inverter. The cables are built in.
Replace this with a true/pure sine wave inverter. The modified sine wave inverters are inefficient and many household devices just don't like to work well on them. Anything with a motor especially.
I am one of the many who like Magnum products. The company support is not what it used to be but the products are still decent. You will have to have cables made up to install the new inverter. You are looking at doing a retrofit project. Pull your batteries and inverter. Install the new cables, batteries and inverter. This is a good time to increase your battery bank size and inverter if you are so inclined. But, that will take a bit more planning and the sacrifice of some space most likely.