Originally Posted by OmarnMaria
Im assuming the same - converter not charging the batteries. Not being electrically inclined, I would t know where to begin tracing power back from the converter to the batteries. But Iím truly thankful for the response as it will give me something to talk about when approaching others who might...thanks.
When you have an inverter/charger, turn off the converter. If you have only an inverter then don't. The issues are several. First the FLA batteries are most likely dead. You need a shunt to monitor your batteries (the built in POS is useless) and keep the above 50%. The converter is probably only the type that keeps a trickle charge. You might need to replace it or add an additional proper 4 stage charger. When getting new batteries get proper Deep Discharge batteries, not a hybrid. Typically called golf cart batteries. They will be 6V so you need 2 to get 12V.
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