I have a corroded fuse holder in my 1977 Tradewind on the "brown" 12v
circuit. I've also got a camping trip coming up soon and a new subfloor to install (that's a whole other post). Anyways as a temporary measure I am going to install an in line fuse holder for my "brown" circuit.
One side of the in line fuse holder will connect to the brown wire from the brown circuit. The other side of the in line fuse holder needs to connect to the 12v
power supply (right???).
My question is where is the 12v
power supply? Do I connect it to the positive battery cable? Or one of the cables from my Progressive Dynamics 9245 power converter (which replaced the original Univolt)?
I figure I can just connect it to the positive battery cable, but will that mean that the brown circuit will always be running off of the battery even when connected to shore power? If that is the case the Univolt will still recharge the battery though, right?
If I don't connect it to the positive battery cable where is the equivalent power source from the Univolt/Progressive Dynamics converter?
I'm attaching a few of pictures of my fuse panel to this post. Sorry about the lighting in the pictures.