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Old 01-28-2021, 10:50 PM   #1
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Location of converter charger

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I have a 2015 Jayco 339 FLQS and have never seen the converter/charger. I wish to determine if the C/J is lithium compliant. I suspect it might be behind the battery box but before I undertake removing said box, and find out I guessed wrong, I thought I'd ask. Thanks for any input you might have.
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Should be built into your breaker/fuse panel.


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I have a 2015 Jayco 339 FLQS and have never seen the converter/charger. I wish to determine if the C/J is lithium compliant. I suspect it might be behind the battery box but before I undertake removing said box, and find out I guessed wrong, I thought I'd ask. Thanks for any input you might have.
If you have a Progressive Dynamics breaker/fuse panel it will be built into that. It is unlikely to be lithium capable on a 2015, it wasn’t on my 2018 but it is was easy to swap out. At least for my panel, Progressive Dynamics made a drop in replacement.
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If you have a Progressive Dynamics breaker/fuse panel it will be built into that. It is unlikely to be lithium capable on a 2015, it wasn’t on my 2018 but it is was easy to swap out. At least for my panel, Progressive Dynamics made a drop in replacement.
Agree, very unlikely to be lithium compatible. If you are also considering getting an inverter, keep in mind that inverter/charger combination units are very popular (e.g. Victron Multiplus) so you might want to consider that route rather than two separate devices. In my case, I have used a Victron Multiplus and left the stock converter in place but turned off.
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