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Old 01-30-2015, 08:58 PM   #1
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Replace converter with float charger.

I am replacing my 2004 Cedar Creek fiver converter with a Battery Tender Plus float charger during periods of inactive use. My batteries have overheated in the past and lost water with the in house converter. I would like to maintain fully charged batteries for occasional use. My problem is that I cannot identify which wires at the batteries are coming from the converter so I can disconnect them before connecting the float charger. Any suggestions? Is there an online wiring diagram for the fiver? Thanks

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Old 01-30-2015, 10:18 PM   #2
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Just flip the breaker for your converter then connect the Charger. No need to disconnect the wiring from the batteries. "Ideally" it would be best, but not a necessity just to keep your batteries on a float charge. The wires from your converter are the same as your main +/- battery cables.
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