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Ahhhh. It came to me!! I needed to put the negative on the load side of the shunt! :yahoo:
Thanks Ray!! I have a Honda 2000 generator, so I would wager it might have trouble with the 70 Amp as well. Perhaps the 60 is the best option. If I replaced the OEM converter with the Progressive Dynamics 60 over the fridge, would I still get undercharged batteries like you experienced due to the long run to the batteries? Or would the better PD converter compensate? I just swapped out my batteries last summer to two 6 volts and installed an inverter after watching your videos.
Thanks by the way for all of your videos!! I too have a Cougar 5th wheel (2007), so I was super excited to find your channel and all of your how-to videos. :yahoo: Our RVs have a lot of similarities, and that really helps since this is our first RV.
Thanks Bruce for the warning! I will look into this!
I still would like to better understand the different AMP models. Would the 70 AMP be too much for my 30 AMP RV?
Found an install video and I see where it would go. Looks pretty easy!! Yeah!!
Hello Eddie!! Thanks for the help. I was afraid that it was the converter. 😥 Just missed Christmas!!
I have heard great things for the converter that you recommended. I see that this model is a 70 Amp, does it matter that my RV is 30 AMP (maybe dumb question…). Also, do I pull out the WFCO converter and put this one in it’s place? It doesn’t seem to have breakers or fuses. (perhaps another dumb question…). I will search around for an install video.