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Old 08-08-2012, 07:06 AM   #11
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Ok. For all the info I have your converter is built-in to the distribution center(breaker and fuse panel under bed). I would start by pulling that out of the bed base and checking(with disconnect in OFF position, unit plugged in) to verify the AC voltage going into the converter, the DC voltage on the converter side of the 12V fuses, the circuit side of the fuses, the "CONVERTER" bolt on the BCC, and the positive battery terminal. Then I would repeat all of these measurements with the disconnect on. If you can get all of these it would help narrow down the point at which your system isn't operating correctly. If you need direct contact for an explanation, pm me on here.

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