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  1. Greetings Dolphin Masters: I have been plugged into shore power for about 2 weeks and noticed that my cabin battery was not keeping up with my very limited DC use. I checked the output of my model 7345 Parallax Power Converter with a voltmeter and read 0V. Does anyone know if there are schematics available for this power converter? Is it practical to troubleshoot to the defective component or is it better to buy a newer model 7345? The Parallax website claims that their newer model has filtered DC. Is this a good enough reason to upgrade to a newer model? Or is there a better model out the
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