Originally Posted by ependydad
I've read reports on here that some WFCO converters won't work without a battery.
Is it the 'converters' or is it some
of the 12v systems that will not work with out a batt? Some systems do not have the ummff to get going that a low voltage trickle charge of the converter can produce when needed. I know that the furnace will not start up with out the battery, or even a with a bad
battery (camped in the snow and blow...no heat..shorted old age batt., new batt,furnace on... momma happy) Same with the slide motors.... the converter will not be able to put out enough consistent steady juice to get them going with the force needed. I will never say that all converters 'need' a battery to 'produce' 12v juice.... but it seems strange to me. I am what is called a 'generalist', I know a lot about a lot of stuff, but expert in nothing.... that is why I am married.... she is the one that know 'everything'.....