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Re: 1994 Jayco 2650 by Keith
Post New Message Hi David, most RV's in that era used Magna Tek converters. (inverters do 12VDC to 120VAC) The converter on most of those are under the panel below the fuse/CB panel that opens. If it's separate then you kinda have to hunt for it. I found one tucked back in an island under the kitchen sink which I thought was brilliant.... it was quite aways away from the panel. If it's working it may hum when you have 120V hooked up. Look and listen! Good luck
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