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Old 09-20-2011, 05:48 AM   #1
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Nonfunctioning Converter

I have a 2003 Solaris T-2499, Last weekend my battery died while I was on a 30amp landline. I don’t have any blown fuses, I pulled the cover off and checked the glass fuse under there, and I at least have 1 fan running to the converter (Can’t see if it is two or just one). I replaced the battery this weekend and it drained down too. Not sure what to check next. Looked at just changing the converter but one I have is no longer available.
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