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    Posted: 30 Jul 2018 at 3:55pm
Trying to determine the model of the WFCO converter in my kids 2015 Pod.  No model number apparent except 8900 series in manual.  Seems has to be replaced.  Is it a 45 or 55 amp?  Pulled over all cover and found a ceramic looking part with two prongs lying on the floor next to converter.  Any ideas as to what it is?  
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My 2015 Pod has a 55 Amp WFCO.  8955 to be exact.  Identified by spec decal on left hand side with cover removed.
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I think that's it, but no decal on cover.
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Just to be clear it is on the convertor, not on the cover.  Need to open the front cover, in any case if I was to replace I would go with Progressive Dynamics - PD4655.
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