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Old 06-22-2022, 01:06 PM   #1
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RV Converter Testing

By no power the RV was running off the batteries and not the shore power. Should we have the converter replaced ? Should we install a convertor/invertor ? Is the convertor located behind the fuse panel below the refrigerator ? There is no wiring diagram with the National RV 1999 Sea Breeze.
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Sorry, not sure I understand.


With your DIGITAL VOLTMETER, what is house battery bank voltage with no shore power/generator off?


What is it with generator on or shore power on.


Verify that you do have 120 VAC when on generator or shore power by verifying that the roof A/C works.
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The converter in my 99 Dolphin is located in the bay between the entry door and front wheel on the passenger side. First the to do in check the converter is getting power then check any fuses or breakers ON the converter.
If converter is getting power and fuses or breakers on the converter are okay check for 13 to 14 DC volts output.
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