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Old 05-13-2015, 11:30 AM   #1
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I have a 2005 Jayflight travel trailer and I could use some finding a converter. Jayco's replacement part number is 0760392, but I can't find one under 440.00 Can anyone give me a idea were to look. My e-mail address is danddy500@gmail.com Thanks
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Old 05-13-2015, 01:05 PM   #2
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I don't think you need to replace it with the same part number. If you need a new one I would look at upgrading. Lots out there to choose from....

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If you have a 2005 trailer, you definitely want to ungraded to a smart charger. Progressive makes most of what Jayco uses at this time I think. It would be worth replacing your old converter with a newer style 3 stage converter even if your old converter hadn't died in my book!
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Old 05-14-2015, 12:29 AM   #6
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Danddy,

I wasn't able to locate the Jayco #0760392 unit (google).

In 2005 Jayco installed two different styles of IOTA converter/chargers, it depended on the TT model. One style was mounted directly to the back of the Load Center (breaker/fuse panel), the other was located remote from the Load Center. I would confirm that the #0760392 matches your style of unit. The IOTA units supplied in 2005 were 2-stage charging units.

I also agree that the newer 3 or 4 stage units are the way to go, they provide enhanced battery management resulting in faster charging and longer battery life. If your existing IOTA converter/charger is mounted directly to the back of the Load Center, I'm fairly certain that only a 2-stage replacement is available.

My 2005 Eagle IOTA converter/charger was mounted to the back of the Load Center, all I did was disconnected the existing IOTA wiring from the breaker/fuse panel (left the IOTA in place), and installed a new 3/4-stage Progressive Dynamics PD9245C ($200 or less) remotely and landed the wires on the breaker/fuse panel where the IOTA wires were.

Reference thread: https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f3...rade-2512.html

PD9245C: PD9245 45 Amp RV Converter / Charger from Progressive Dynamics

If your existing IOTA is mounted remotely from the Load Center, the R&R is rather simple.

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