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    Two 120 volt plugs for batt charging?

    Just below the battery switch there are two female 120 volt plugin's about 6 inches apart.
    I would assume that one is for charging the batteries, I don't know what the other one is for.
    The lower one when pluged in goes to the dual battery charger. Any ideas?

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    Back in the good ol' days a 2006 22ve
    They are no factory, so I could not say why there are 2.

    Best advise, locate the harness on their backside, and trace it to its destination and see what its connected to.
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    One would have to be a contortionist to get into that area. baybe a mirror and flashlight?

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    You can always just start taking the screws out of the HDPE panels to dig in there. Its basically just a few pieces of plastic screwed together around the batteries.

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    Two female plugs? Doesn't the female end usually give power and male plugs receive the power? Could these plugs be wired into an inverter? Perhaps there is a blender hidden in there somewhere too. Keep digging.

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