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Old 07-21-2011, 09:11 PM   #1
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Battery Disconnect, Power Converter

Sunseeker 2900, 2007
Been having a strange power problem for the last week or so. Fridge and AC work fine (until today) but lights are very dim, and set off a drain to send the gas detector into fault. Spent a while today checking "stuff". Power from park box is fine, 30 amp. Coach battery is fine, 13.6 v. Fuse panel is fine, voltage is generaly fine, can't reaaly explain inconsistencies.

Wondering if the power converter is not working properly, but can't seem to find it. Anyone know where it is?

Also, what is the correct position for the battery disconnect "key" by the camper door? On or Off?

we are a little stumped!
Thanks in advance

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Old 07-21-2011, 09:49 PM   #2
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Battery disconnect switch by the door should be in the "ON" position. I believe your converter is across from the battery disconnect switch on opposite wall.

It's the old, "check all connections," make sure they are clean and tight....including the coach battery terminals. Good luck, hope it is that easy of a fix.
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