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Old 10-19-2013, 07:43 PM   #11
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Thanks everyone for your responses. Obviously there's alot of different theories as to what may be causing this. The flow chart is quite interesting, I have filament bulbs and we have never heard the "fan" run on the convertor (we bought this TT new). Unlike our X17Z, we do hear the fan run on it.

The interesting theory of the convertor cycling makes sense. We have closed up the TT for the season, so I won't be able to check any volts until we open her up in the spring.

Since my warranty runs out in March, I think we'll contact our dealer have them document my concerns just incase. Blowing the inline fuse on the battery makes me concerned when bringing in one of the Slide Outs.

As always, everyone here is so helpful with information and we greatly appreciate it. We'll look at a couple of the theories when we open up in the spring..
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Old 10-20-2013, 02:35 PM   #12
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x3 on Roys response.
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