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#1 OFFLINE   the tc life

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 11:47 AM

has anyone else had their converter go out? multiple times? 

 

in my camper (a 2010) I now had a second converter go out. it was replaced in 2013 under warranty and after our trip out for new years eve just a few days ago, it went out again. I still have warranty on my camper and the shop said it is covered. still...what the heck? 2 converters since 2010?! I have not had any power surge that tripped any breakers or anything. I am at a loss as to why my camper is eating converters. I keep my camper plugged in at home and have never had an issue with my last two campers. that's about 15 years of campers being plugged in with no issues. 


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 01:29 PM

I don't think these stock convertors are designed to run constantly - Typically the capacitors inside dry out from the heat they create and then it fails. I'm also surprised you have not overcharged your batteries since the stock convertors have little to no monitoring of battery health and have a habit of boiling out your batteries.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 02:33 PM

never a problem overcharging the batteries. I hear all this talk of adding fluid to the batteries yet I never have had to. interstate batteries is what I have. levels and charge are always great. well...until the converter goes out.  longevity use without power using only the batteries is outstanding. so the deep cell charge is perfect. ill have to put the charger on the batteries here in a day or so to top of the battery charge. the camper will go in soon to get a new converter.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 05:01 PM

What brand of converter, Rich? I had to replace one in my old Pastime early on because the it was junk. Never had any issues with the new one and my camper stayed plugged in all of the time, especially when we were building the house in Okanogan. I did have a battery tender hooked into to prevent my batteries from burning up. At least Adventurer is covering your converter under warranty.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 05:09 PM

its a parallax power supply 7300.

 

i have the extended warranty on the camper. that is a 7 year warranty on everything. so im good until july 31 2017.


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 05:53 PM

here is a link to what model i have.

 

http://tweetys.com/7...s-chargers.aspx

 

it also states how its ideal for park type or  storage usage minimizing overcharging the batteries. so yeah...it is the correct type for how i use it....so it says anyway. lol


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Posted 05 January 2015 - 07:12 PM

http://www.campingwo...ay-30-Amp/58464

you would be suprised how many power pedestals are not grounded or throws tiny surges I have been useing a smaller version of this since the first Ogallala rally...found out there was 20 pedistals on one circuit with no proper ground...

also great double protection when useing generator. ?

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Posted 05 January 2015 - 07:40 PM

^^^^^ What he said. I use the same Surge Protector. I have my rig plugged into my 30 amp outlet on my shop and it is running through the surge protector here and we have very solid power and I wired the outlet so I know it is wired properly. I have been using surge protectors for years and would not plug in without one anymore.



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Posted 06 January 2015 - 05:21 AM

ill have to look at getting one. the power plug in for the camper at the house was wired with me watching it get done, so i know its correct. there was power at the site i used on new years eve and now im wondering. i would think its correct but who knows. thanks for the insight.


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Posted 06 January 2015 - 06:04 AM

Get a Progressive Dynamics 9200 converter in there.  Offer to pay the difference for any upcharge.

The 9200 model is a three stage charger and will not over charge the batteries.  Eagle Cap used to include them as standard in their campers.  



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Posted 06 January 2015 - 06:08 AM

Was just about to tell you the same thing about the bad power at the pedsal. I need to get me a power protector as well. I've been rolling those dice as well.


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Posted 06 January 2015 - 07:31 PM

I have a 45 amp 3 stage boondocker from I think it was Randy at Best Converter in Idaho.

The new ones are 4 stage. It is always plugged in at home as the TC is used for extra refrigeration and cooking.

I chose 45 amp instead of the 30 amp like the old TODD engineering converter I had which worked for several years for me the same way.

Do you have a 30 or 45 amp model. I chose it because the agm batteries can take a higher charge current.

It was also a good trade off point for being usable with 15 to 30 amp breakers at different campgrounds to not trip the breakers under heavy use.

Two failures sounds odd. Trace the wiring and be sure everything is done correctly. No shorts or backward connections.

I've had insulation chafed off and intermittently shorting. Found one like that under my truck battery. Would have never found it without jiggle testing.

Did you ever notice the cooling fan in the unit working. Mines fan works when it gets warm but is usually off. Could your fan have failed and allowed the unit to over heat.

Power in our area the PNW is pretty stable and reliable so I don't think that is a major worry but a surge protector could be good.

Any other 120 volt items ever give you trouble?

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Posted 07 January 2015 - 07:02 AM

well dont i feel like a complete dumb ass! number one rule with electrical...check everything with a multimeter. i broke the number 1 rule. i checked the fuses but not with my meter. they all looked good. i was out checking to see what voltage rating it was and decided to check the fuses with the multimeter. yep...blown fuse that "looked" good. man o man...why didnt i follow the rules?

 

by the way, it a 45 amp. and yes...the converter is charging now. dumb dumb dumb.


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Posted 07 January 2015 - 10:47 AM

You're not the only one. I had this problem with glass fuses in my off-road toys. Vibration would break one end of the element off at the end cap, yet visibly look good until you took a meter to it. I ended up going to molded spade fuses after repeated failures.


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Posted 17 October 2016 - 05:44 AM

Had to look this topic up to remind me when the last converter was replaced in my camper...2013. Becuase yes...my converter is toast....again. I have checked all fuses...they are good...power in...no charging power out.  What a pain in the butt. I will be calling the RV shop today. This is not normal and I wonder about the brand of converter. It is under warranty so it will have to be replaced by the same brand. 

 

Parallax Power Supply 7300 series

 

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Posted 17 October 2016 - 06:07 AM

They no longer make the 7300 series and now have the RU series:

 

http://www.parallaxp...acement-upgrade

 

There is only a 2-year warranty:

 

http://www.parallaxpower.com/warranty


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Posted 17 October 2016 - 06:37 AM

Good on no longer making it. Warranty...I have a 7 year warranty on my camper. Good until end of July next year.

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Posted 17 October 2016 - 04:31 PM

Camper goes into RV shop November 14th to be "checked", even though I know what is wrong. That is fine, that is how the warranty works. They will then have to order the converter replacement and I will have to return to have it installed. Joanne said "great, we can't go camping" (not sarcastic, she wants to go) and I told her we can. We just have to use a battery charger. I explained that the converter is not doing the job of a "built in charger" basically. So one extra step but that is okay. Of course my battery charger does not charge as fast as the converter but we will make do for the short term.


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