Parasitic load on converter:
Here's something someone may be able to clue me in on.
I had a van RV where I changed-out a defective Magnetek32 for a WFCO45. Excellent results as the unit sat on house and chassis batteries at 13.2vdc float and the power supply was cool to the touch.
I now have a Damon DayBreak 3270 which had the OEM Magnatek converter constantly at 13.6vdc which is spec, was always warm and I wanted to improve on that.
So I changed the Magnetek for a WFCO55.
No matter what I try I cannot get the voltage in the system to 13.2vdc float. It's always at 13.6 and the WFCO case is warm.
House batteries are disconnected. The engine battery is disconnected. All 12volt fuses in the dist panel are removed. There is nothing I can locate that is active other than the propane gas detector yet the WFCO still sits at 13.6 and the case is slightly warm after two days. I do not own an ammeter.
Any SHERLOCK out there had a similar problem and knows what is drawing power?
Thanks for any and all suggestions!
2014 XLR415AMP Thunderbird ToyHauler, 2019 Sandpiper 379FLOK, F350 Lariat Diesel DRW, NRA Benefactors FullTime RV'er KN4YBP APRS