Project Fleetwood bounder 1994

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  1. PeterCarole29

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    Yes mine must be 240v so alls good
     
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    Sorry RogerThat just going over some threads and noticed i hadnt replied.Photo attatched DSC_9621.JPG DSC_9621.JPG
     

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    And the other end DSC_9622.JPG
     
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    Well, you certainly have a blank canvas with which to work some magic. Best of luck and keep us posted on progress........
     
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    My first R-V, A Pace Arrow, Was an personal import. I converted it to UK spec; retaining the Original 110/115 Volt Onan Genny; I got a Transformer rated at 4.5KVA, to step up to 220/230. from a Company in High Wycombe. Using this set-up I could manually switch via a 40Amp Rated Centre Neutral Switch. To allow 230V EHU to step down to 110/115 for the original equipment. Whilst retaining 230V for the UK Power. BUT when running the generator the transformer stepped UP, to supply the 230V based equipment. Effectively a "Dual" system.
     
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    Hi thanks for the reply. Once i had it home and run it up tested it all and it has already been converted so all good but thanks for the advise
     

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