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Old 03-06-2016, 07:26 PM   #111
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Now how do I check the fuses in the converter and change them?
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Old 03-06-2016, 07:29 PM   #112
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I wouldn't even worry about that unless it doesn't work .... I don't think you have that problem as you just disconnected the battery that was connected at the dealer .... only time that becomes a problem is when the battery is connected up backwards and you haven't done that
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I wouldn't even worry about that unless it doesn't work .... I don't think you have that problem as you just disconnected the battery that was connected at the dealer .... only time that becomes a problem is when the battery is connected up backwards and you haven't done that
Ok great! I should probably add that my TT is used. It's a 2010. Now I will worry about the tires next....lol
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Old 03-06-2016, 07:32 PM   #114
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BTW....I just found this great video on you tube so I answered my own question.
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Old 03-06-2016, 07:41 PM   #116
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Hope this helps, a little information that may help you... and if you want to read more, we have a RVing with SOLAR social group,,, there is information regarding batteries along with SOLAR. The last page of the information on the batteries is if you leave them without a charger connected to them.

You do not have to be a Rocket Scientist to maintain batteries, just a lot of BASICS...

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yeah maintenance on roof and tires is another day lol
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yeah maintenance on roof and tires is another day lol
No kidding.....my tires are original but show no cracking. I still worry I will get a blowout. Now I need to find a place to replaces them that won't break the bank! Roof....yup been up there too. Now need to get up there after this winter however we only really had 1 significant snow fall in my area. Phew......I am a do it yourselfer. Hate dishing out money if I can do it myself.
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What is your GVWR on your unit and what tire size on your unit? Are the tires subject to UV rays?
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