Originally Posted by trevordog
Boy do I feel stupid, I found that both the 40 amp fuses were blown. Replaced them and it is running fine. However this poses a new question. The converter fan is running constant. Will that always run, or does it stop after batteries are charged. Kind of loud. Thanks again.
The fan on my converter ran all the time and it was defective. They ended up replacing the converter under warranty. Just to be clear, my problem was that my fan would run anytime I was connected to shore power--even if the battery was disconnected. The converter fan runs based on the amount of current that is in demand -- the more demand, the faster the fan runs.
For further diagnosis, try this:
1. Disconnect from shore power and disconnect battery
2. Remove 40 amp fuses
3. Connect to shore power
4. If the fan runs, the converter is defective. If fan doesn't run, it ok and the issue is with the battery or an "unexpected" draw from somewhere.