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There is no power distribution panel in the 2006 ( FEMA) Gulfstream Cavalier. It is part of the Converter as it is in my 2006 Salem. I understand a stand alone would be good if I had a power panel, but I need the converter and panel in one unit so I can re-attach the wires.
I have a WFCO 8895AN converter and panel in my Salem unit.
Now the Gulfstream does have rooftop A/C, Dometic Microwave, and full size refrigerator as well as 12 Volt lighting. It is a wall mounted converter under the stove in this case.
Also where may I find a wiring diagram for this trailer to save me time instead of chasing wire by wire.
Again I am an Auto Transmission Tech for 40 years and can chase wiring with my power probe and a test light or DVOM.
The opening for the converter is 12 and 3/4 by 11 and 5/8.
I have another one of these FEMA Trailers at camp, but can't remember what model
of converter was in it. I know it wasn't a WFCO brand.
Figure I'll go to RV repair place around the block from my shop tomorrow and buy a new converter if they have it in stock. They carry quite a good inventory. Going to try to have this up and running for next weekend. Still have to seal the top before I haul it to camp. This is my 3rd travel trailer.