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Old 04-22-2016, 08:39 AM   #1
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IOTA power converter install

I have a 1975 Land Yacht that had the original univolt still installed and I have replaced it with the IOTA 55. There is a light switch outlet combo located on the bathroom closet right next to the converter and I can't figure out what it is supposed to do! Is it possibly a battery kill switch? If so, how does that need to be wired. Best I can tell it used to be wired: hot lead of the converter to the switch and from the switch to a plug that goes to the wall.

Help please!
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