Where Is My Converter 2006 Holiday Rambler Ambassador

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Rene T

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Welcome to the forum.

Plug into shore power and when it’s real quiet, let you ears find it. You should hear a humming noise. If you still don’t, unplug from shore power and then turn on several lights to run the battery down a little. Now that the battery needs to be recharged, plug back into shore power and listen closely.
 

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I didn’t know where Sorrento was so had to look it up. I can see why. In 2019, there was a population of 366. Can’t have many red lights.
 

Arch Hoagland

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Gloria...I can't help with the location but I'm curious why you need to find it.

What kind of problem are you encountering? Perhaps we can help.
 

Gary RV_Wizard

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According to the sales brochure, many 2006 Ambassador iare equipped with a 2000W inverter. That would also act as the converter/charger and is probably physically located in or adjacent to the battery compartment. You can just follow the battery cables backward from the house batteries until you reach it.
 
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