Thought I had this converter stuff all figured out
but I'm still not able to make heads or tails of the wiring. Saved the thread from here http://tnttt.com/viewtopic.php?t=6958
along with the pix, & a couple more pix from another site. I'm still confused as to what to do with the "Y" wire & why it is made like that in the first place. Also, Tracy's (dacrazyrn) pix in the referenced thread show a "charger" wire to 12v lug "E" but the papers (minimal) that came with my American (Centurion) CS2000XL, as well as the instructions from Gratis (posted by dakotamouse) show that the battery connection should be lug "A". Additionally, my converter has six 12V fuse connectons (A thru F) useable instead of the 5 shown in the thread.
Should there be an additional wire for the charger instead of just the positive battery wire to Lug A, & if so, where does it come from? I'm planning to use a 20amp 120v breaker for main disconnect as Tracy shows in his 2nd pic, & connect the "Y" wire to the main, & the 'tag' end of the "Y" to shore power +, then another breaker for my 120v circuits. If I'm reading correctly that should take care of my ac, but I'm still unsure about the 12v distribution. Should I follow Gratis' (& my paperwork) instructions & use lug "A" for my battery/charger circuit, or use lug "E" or "F"
Gotta get this thing wired up before Friday so I don't hafta carry a battery charger to madjack's big birthday bash
Any help, either here or by PM greatly appreciated.