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1) I have no resettable breakers with a black reset button. Now what?
2) Where would the converter be located? Behind the fuse box or someplace else?
3) How do I get back to you if I shut down this site
I tried to put the front jacks up and down and they work fine without AC. If I did this right I use a 12volt light and checked from ground to each side of the breakers and the light turned on with out being hooked up to AC . I looked at the fuse box inside the trailer and found it is an American Express ETV Model CS6000SL, 120/240vac 50-60hz 50amp.
Would I have to pull this out of the wall or would a breaker be someplace else? I have thought about hooking up to the truck but don't know what this would do.
Is everything done over the internet or do you sometimes talk over the phone?
Thanks for the picture of the converter. Could you either show me or tell me two things. Where would the 12 volts coming from the battery be located in the picture. Where the resettable breaker be located in or on the converter be located.
I was able to talk to the former owner who indicated that the trailer was always parked at a campground and connected to AC. Prior to him trading in the trailer he replaced the battery, have the receipt, shows he purchased the battery on 10/10/10.
I have used a test light on the three non-resettable breakers near the battery and they check out ok. The picture of the converter says the the two 30amp fuses should be in place. I only have one but do not have any fuses in the right bank of the 12 volt fuse panel. Do you think this would matter?
You indicated converter resettable breakers at the converter. Where would these resettable breaker be located in or on the converter?
After a number of checks on 12 volts at the charger i went ahead and replaced all of the 15amp and the two 30amp fuses. Not sure what the problem was but the interior lights now work.
My truck is a 2009 1500 Chevy Silverado