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Location of converter

Have no 12v power inside of cabin unable to locate the converter

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The converter is incorporated with the fuse/breaker box. Remove the cover of the breaker box and the converter should be in the lower portion. You will have a small gauge black, white and green wire that will be routed into the breaker (110vac) side and two heavy gauge wires; red and white, that will be routed into the fuse panel (12vdc) side. Once disconnected there should be one or two small screws holding the converter in place. Remove them and slide the converter out.

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