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Old 05-26-2016, 11:17 AM   #61
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Can you walk us through the test procedure, so if it happens to another WFCO owner, he can get ahead of it. Thanks
Sure! You need to have a meter, set it to the 20 DC.

1.) At the back of the inverter (RV Power unplugged from shore) jump between the battery Red and Black cable, take reading. Plug RV in, perform same test record reading.

2.) Using an Allen wrench, disconnect the black battery cable from back of inverter, test the voltage between the lug and cable, record voltage, reconnect

When I gave the readings to tech support it showed my connections and batteries were good, all were at 13+, at that time he said it was bad and to fill out a warranty return and FAX (yes fax) it in. Also, if you fill out the credit card slip it will expedite the shipment.
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Old 05-27-2016, 07:37 AM   #62
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I believe this is the latest diagram for wiring four six volt batteries from CC. I also believe this is different from what is pasted on the back wall of the battery compartment.
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