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Old 08-23-2007, 08:47 PM   #1
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Where's the converter?

I made friends recently with an older gentleman with a 1974 Sovereign. He "don't know nuthin' bout computers", so I told him I would post a question for him. He needs to know where his converter is. Sounds like his is shot and needs replacing but he doesn't where to look for the old one. I would find it myself but the trailer is on a lake somewhere out of town.
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Old 08-23-2007, 10:15 PM   #2
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On mine it is curb side rear corner (rear bath)right above the battery. There is a small access door in the closet (wardrobe) near the raised portion of the closet floor. I am not sure where they put it in the center bath units.
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Look under the stove on a 31 foot trailer.
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MIne is in the bathroom closet, curbside, accessable via access door. Don't know it the battery weas originally there, but it is now. I suspect his ir somewhere in the rear as well, but I will tell himto look under the cabinets in the galley. Anyone else with any other ideas?
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look for evidence of the battery, the converter will not be far away.

also depends on the bath arraingment, mid bath, look under the kitchen cabinets. rear bath look in the rear compartment.

too bad it isn't working as you could just follow the sound of the unit!

hmmmmmmmmmmm!

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