Originally Posted by Gary RVRoamer
The converter isn't "plugged" into anything - it is hardwired as part of the integrated load center. In most such units, you can disconnect the integrated converter and wire in a deck-mount converter/charger to provide the same function. The deck mount may have to be along side or other near by place, depending on just what you have.
What is the brand name & model on the load center, e.g. Dimensions or Intelletec #xxxx?
Gary- OEM converter is a Schumacher SARVC55 deck mount. It's a unit that was made specifically for Winnebago. Single rate charge though. The wiring diagrams show that is plugged into a 15 A outlet that is nearby. The load center is an Eaton BR816L50RV.
I would tear into the MH myself to get to it, but it's in storage and it's **** cold out! The design plans show that it is located in a space that is behind the load center and also behind a removable panel below the sink in the bathroom.
I was wondering which way the OP accessed it and if there would be enough room in there for the larger sized replacement. I may have to PM him. Thanks!