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Old 04-27-2017, 11:03 AM   #21
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Paraptor, not quite right. There are 2 battery shut offs, 1 for the coach battery and one for the inverter battery. Like you stated, the inverter powers the fridge only and the other battery everything else. They both must be on for both batteries to charge from the converter. (that was my original question). It seems that most posts on here refer to their rigs having batteries shared by both legs. I was pretty confident that I understood the way mine worked but without reading any others that are wired like the current Alpines and not much info with the owner's manual etc. I needed to clarify.
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