No 12 Volt Power
Thanks for your help Joel;
I have pulled the Converter out of the case and did find a fuse that is on the Mother Board, but it is OK.
This is very similar to an event about 5 years ago with our Trailblazer travel trailer. At about the 3 year mark, the batteries went bad and I ended up with a bad Converter to change. That Converter was one of the other major brands though (WECO?).
This is also about 3 years on this battery. I am wondering if when the batteries go bad, the converter tries to keep them charged up, thus running and running and eventually it burns itself up.
This 30 month battery is over 3 years old, so I think I will get a new battery, install it and then see if the Converter has any output. Reading posts in other Threads it seems that if you find about 13.4v at the battery it means the Converter is working. if it is around 12v or below, the Converter is not working.
If it is the Converter, I sure would like to upgrade if it is not too complicated. It seems there ones that are smarter than this Model 7155.
Thanks Again -----Lynn