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Old 09-12-2010, 04:06 PM   #1
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12 volt problem still exists

ok i do have more info . i finally just got spare time to test and read more into my dilema. the magnatek power converter /batt charger says as followes" DC distribution panel .A:converter output fuses 1-6 vdc pos load circuits for rv 12v motor and light B: fuse batt circuit-acc-for connection of positive leads from 12v electrical equipment such as radio,tv,unfiltered fluoresent lights-requiring batt power utilize only if batt is connected to lug C in accordance with wiring instructions.C lug for positive lead of 12v batt .lug suttable for 14-6 cu conductor. D lug for negative leads of ckts 1-6. acc 1-3 and 12v batt. " i put it all back together the way it was and still no good .the six main are working fine and the three acc are not still . i think the gremlins dont want me to sell this trailer so they are trying to mentaly break me into keeping it. again it is a 1998 forest river wildwood 28ft BH TTrailer.thanks everyone for so much help.
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contact Randy at Industrial Communication Solutions - B&B Electronics Get a decent 3-stage converter and an upgrade kit from him.

The kit will solve your immed problem

The upgrade will pay for itself the next time you do NOT have to buy batteries cause the Magnetek killed them fast.
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