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Old 11-22-2013, 05:10 PM   #1
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Boondocker 60

gonna give em a call in the morning but figured I might get an answer before I go to sleep, (lord knows I will lay awake half the night wondering where this wire supposed to go)
Havent done my swap yet got it slated for tomorrow morning, im pullin the old UNIJUNK out and installin this new fangled multi phase charging system The Boondocker 60. (got thisin cause I like the name)
been lookin at the wiring diagram for the rv and I got this here wire that goes to my indicator panel that tells me im hooked up to 120v, well when I look at this new converter it aint got this optional lug.
I can guess 11 different ways to hook this lead up but im sure there aint but one right way, I feel extremely confident there is an educated soul out there than can enlighten this old man. Have I got any takers?
Thanks in advance

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Old 11-22-2013, 07:19 PM   #2
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The power light is unique to the original univolt convertor. Plug a polarity indicator into an outlet if you want to see if you have 120 volts. Most everyone (myself included) who has upgraded to a new convertor does not have a light on the panel. Don't loose any sleep over this one...


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