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Old 11-19-2016, 10:12 PM   #1
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Converter access.

1990 25' excella.
How do you get to the converter?

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Old 11-20-2016, 12:26 AM   #2
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An inverter? If so behind gaucho under window.
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Does the couch have to be removed?
If so,how?

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More thank likely yes. However you can try to remove just the wood shelf behind the back side of the couch. It sits below the shelf in our 88'.
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Pull up the couch seat cushion and use a broom handle to prop it up.

It is located on the floor in the center near the exterior wall.

There should be a 120 VAC outlet wired to the shore power circuit breaker box powering it.
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Thanks everyone.
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An inverter? If so behind gaucho under window.
You are misunderstanding what the unit is called. An inverter converts DC to AC current. A converter converts AC to DC.

These Airstreams came with a converter so that the batteries and 12V DC system can be powered by an external power source such as a generator or 110V AC electrical power.

Inverters are commonly connected to a 12V DC connection to provide an AC source. Common application: You can connect the inverter to the cigarette lighter ports of your vehicle to provide a 110V connection.

Want proof? http://www.diffen.com/difference/Converter_vs_Inverter
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