« on: November 26, 2021, 07:52:15 am »
Lots of good information on the forum as this has been a popular topic.
Apparently my converter is shot as I can charge my batteries when underway but when connected to shore power the batteries are draining and not charging. I discovered this just as I am leaving to take my grandkids to the Texas historical train - polar express ride this weekend.
Circuit breakers are good - 12v fuses are fine so with a charged battery everything is operational.
I figure I will upgrade to the progressive 45a converter for my 2015 PC 2910d but in the mean time I am bringing my vehicle charger along to keep the batteries charged if we drop too low after the drive and we set up.
Any other advice? Seems like you always discover this stuff at the least opportune time. BTW neither shore power or generator is charging - only when driving (separate circuit)
My inverter is seldom used but working, but also shows low battery unless I use my external charger.