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Magnetek 6300 series power converter Howard 8-5-02  
My battery will not stay charged (seems to be a continuous current is drawing the battery down). Also, when plugged into ac, the converter does not charge the battery. Can anyone help?
Re: magnetek 6300 series power converter Joe 8-6-02  
If you need parts try this:
Please use the copy and paste.
Re: magnetek 6300 series power converter Russel 8-6-02  
These battery chargers are marginal at best. They only have the capability of putting out about 8 amps with all things top notch. Make sure ALL your coach batteries are good. It only takes one bad cell to soak it all up. THen after you have made sure all your batteries are good,(great would work to), and if you are planning on keeping this RV for awhile, do yourself a great favor and have a electronic charger section put in it. #7400 series I think. The electronic unit has the capability to put all of its rated power, 45 & 55 AMP, to the batteries for charging. Great upgrade. Easy instructions.
Re: magnetek 6300 series power converter Sam Watson 8-6-02  
Do this, get yourself a 12 volt test light at FLAPS, (Friendly Local Auto Parts Store), turn off everything in the rig, disconnect the ground cable on the house battery, connect the test light between the disconnected ground cable and the ground (-) post on the battery. If there is a unknown draw, the light will come on. If it does, start pulling the fuses in the 12 volt side of your converter, do it one at a time, checking the light each time you remove and leave out a fuse. This will isolate the problem to a specific circuit. Are you sure your converter not charging your battery? The charge section only puts out 3 or so amps, and since it's only 1/2 AC wave rectified, it is really only making 1/2 of what it says on the rating information on the converter's door. The only sure way to know is with an ammeter, or by inferrence, a volt meter. In addition to my Super-Duper, multi-meter with all the bells and whistles, I purchased online from Camping World, a neat little DC volt meter that just plugs into the "power center", what we used to call a cigarette lighter socket. Matched against the Super-Duper, it's very accurate. Their part # for it is G19983, and I see they've got it on sale for a buck off at $12.97 + S&h.
Re: magnetek 6300 series power converter Lew Greene 8-1-06  
I am looking for a cooling fan motor
for a Magnetek 6300 A model 6345
options CN18. Can you help me?

Thank You
Re: magnetek 6300 series power converter Joe 8-6-02  
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Re: magnetek 6300 series power converter Leo 5-19-10  
My 12v side will not work without the inverter on pulled the charger and relays out can not locate the 12v leads from coach battery. how do I locate them coach is no longer use on road just want to seperate the two sides any help would
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