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Probably a tripped or bad shortstop breaker between the battery and the converter. Trace down the black positive lead to it. May be underneath a small cover. Copper post and silver post. May be a black reset button on the end with the copper post. Push it to reset. If you have a small digital multimeter this is easier to track down. About $20 or so at most hardware stores and easy to use. I can direct you in some testing here. All follow ups are included in our fee.
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No, they pull out. Was there a shortstop breaker down on the tongue or underneath? Not a fuse. Silver post and copper post.
By code they have to have one or a fuse within 18" of the batteries. Sometimes you have to remove a small plastic cover underneath to access them. IF the converter is good and no voltage to the battery that has to be the source of the problem
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Fuses in the coverter? There would be two reverse polarity fuses.
They may be burned in there from some kind of short. That may be part of the problem here. What is the make and model of that converter?
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