Separate names with a comma.
Welcome from the mountains of West Virginia
An A/C will have a fairly high startup amp draw, then the draw will settle down to around 12, depending on the ambient temp.
recurrier last posted July 2015, maybe by saying hello will wake them up...lol
If I had to buy a battery to replace one, I would spend a few extra dollars and get a larger size...group 27 or larger
As said above, 30 amp fuse or 30 amp circuit breaker. Either are available from any auto parts store. And with a fuse, bigger is not better
A/C pulling too many amps. Why? Are the coils clean? Dirty coils reduce air flow and increase load. Was the outlet and plug on A/C cord good? A...
Just about all auto parts stores are carrying deep cycle marine batteries, along with the GC2's.
I am using a 12CG with a 210 AH capacity and 200...
I would start with a volt meter. I would look at all neutrals and grounds. Convertor doesn't have anything to do with the fridge running on 120v....
I don't recommend using an impact drill. You don't want to hammer the crank.
You will have 1 fuse. It won't be any larger than 30 amp at the battery. Your convertor will have smaller fuses
Besides the fridge being a power hog. Incandescent lighting will be next. Switching to LED's will make a big difference