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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had a similar problem on my 1995 Holliday Rambler Aluminalite 29 foot travel trailer with the similar layout of your trailer. My converter was only putting out 12.28 Volts DC. I fount the converter under the front of the trailer. (facing the front of the trailer, just right of center about 8" back)
There was a pannel with screws on the underbelly. I could hear the humm of the transformer. I removed the cover and found the red wire from the converter to a stud nut was loose. Tightened the nut and now I have 13.29 Volts DC.
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
We have no information on travel trailers. This forum is for car and truck information. I would suggest you contact a dealer of the trailer and ask how to order one.
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