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Posted: 05/08/21 02:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I have a 2009 Jayco Designer. Does anyone know what Make, Model, Size charger converter was installed by Jayco. Confession...I don’t want to take all my junk out of the storage compartment to dig into it at this time??


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We have a 2010 Jayco Eagle 313 RKS. It has a Progressive Dynamics Model PD9280A converter. For years the batteries would not stay up to full charge. Recently I changed the 50 amp, factory installed, in line circuit breaker (CV) to a 100 amp CV. This solved the problem, allowing up to 96 amps/13.7 volts to the batteries.

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My 2010 Designer 35RLTS has a Progressive Dynamics Model PD9280A. The original one died a couple of years ago after 8 years full time service. The replacement with the same model number is a couple of inches shorter so one new mounting hole was needed, but otherwise was a direct replacement. Problem solved.


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