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Old 07-26-2013, 03:19 PM   #21
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I do not believe you will get any circuit breakers, only the plastic housing, buss bar, 12 volt fuse board. The Charger converter that I mentioned is all you needed. You may get the WFCO charger as what you had before. If you get the charger/ 12 V converter, simply remove the charger converter from the new one, install it in the old housing. Will save you a lot of wiring!!!!! It is the unit installed in the bottom. Has 5 wires to disconnect and reconnect to your old panel. Two of the wires are about 10 GA that are on the right hand side, a white ground wire and a orange 12V B+. The charger supply wires are on the left hand side, a black AC+ , a white wire that goes to the grounding bar at the left top, a green earth ground that goes to the earth ground on the bar on the left hand side.

The charger converter is located in the bottom of the item you have ordered.
Two screws is all you have to remove to get it out.


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Old 07-26-2013, 03:24 PM   #22
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I have not replaced everything in the WFCO unit yet. I will do that as soon as I get home tonight. I will, of course, take the quick route and replace just the converter. So, I see now. I will replace the converter and then everything should be golden?

I really really appreciate the help.
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Make sure you disconnect the power to thr RV before you start on the converter/ charger. Also disconnect the positive cable from the battery before starting.
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since you have a Pilgrim product, not a Forest River product, it's important to have brand/model numbers of things, since no one here will have the same trailer and not be able to help that way.

also, Pilgrim is an orphan brand so it's even more important to post all the info you can.
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