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Yes this looks the same and yes, I checked the fuses even before installing it because someone else had also tried to install it and had reversed the polarity causing the batteries to arc. the fuses are good.
It just confuses me to think the line from the battery goes into it on one side and the 110 goes in the other. Seems like 110 should go in and battery line should go out
I am just prone to think I did something wrong. So bear with me please. if the batteries were low to begin with, that would not have any bearing on the outcome of installing the converter? the converter just is not working, but if it were, it still would not charge a dead battery?
OK, I'm sorry, one more question for clarification. In your last response from the "even then....." You do mean that the proper voltage should come from the converter even without the batteries being fully charged. So in this case, the battery AND the converter could be bad.
How do you load test a battery?
they are 12 volt batteries and are maintenence free
you have been very helpful and I appreciate your help even after I pushed the wrong button first.
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