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Old 10-08-2011, 12:55 PM   #1
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Converter problems?

I have a 2003 T 1950. The converter in it says Parallax 7300 series, mine model # 7345. Looks like this is not the original according to manual, according to manual it says Centurion 3000 cs xl. Problem is I cant keep my 12 volts up, connected to generator or campground power supply my batteries arent charging up?? I dont hear any fan blowing, I dont have any blown fuses. I tried plugging my truck in to 7 pin plug, wont charge up. Took batteries off and charged them up, they do hold a charge. I hear people talking about the glass fuse behind the panel, I cant find one on this model. I tried disconnecting the batteries and then hook up my truck but either I cant do this with this model or the converter is dead? Did same thing with generator. I do have some lights, but it seems like they are just running directly off the 12 volt batteries. Any suggestions?? Thanks folks. Can I replace the converter myself?? I'm pretty handy Thanks again

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Old 10-08-2011, 05:12 PM   #2
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The Parallax 7300 series does look like the Centurion on the outside.

Here is some info for the Parallax 7300 series found that may help.

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Old 10-09-2011, 01:56 PM   #3
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Thanks for replying Gene, I'm only an owner of the sunline for less than 1 year. I only need to replace the converter on the bottom of the fuse panel correct? I don't need to replace the whole fuse box including the breakers and the 12 volt fuse panel. Not sure of myself. Thanks for any help.
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