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Old 01-02-2011, 02:50 PM   #1
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Question Breaker box label help

Hey guys, was going though the stickers on my breaker box today with the GF trying to figure out how this thing is set up so we can move stuff around and not accidently put too much stuff on one breaker.

Here is the picture


Now on the 120v side Left to Right:

1- Blank
2- Blank
3- Water Heater?
4- Air Conditioner - Confirmed
5- GFI - Ground Fault Interrupt circuit on the "passenger side" that feeds bedroom, bathroom, outside, 2 kitchen plugs, entertainment area (I know its allot)
5- Mic - Microwave - Confirmed
6- Main
7- Main
8- Refer - Refrigerator
9- F/P - Fireplace? not confirmed but wouldnt be hard to do that when i get home
10- FT/Gen - front general??
11- R/Gen - Rear general??
12- CON - ???
13- CON - ???

12volt side top to bottom

1- 15a LP - guessing liquid propane detector
2- 15a WP - Water pump
3- 15a TV - Tv antennae booster? no built in tv's
4- 20a So - Slide out??
5- 20a So - Slide out??
5- 20a lite - lights - in or out??
6- 20a lite - lights - ???
7- 20a Fur - Furnace? mine is 110v ive seen the plugin for it.
8- 15a Rad - Radio I assume.

So thats all folks. Most want to know what the FT/Gen, R/gen and the con would be. Also what could #7 for the 12v be if my furnace is 120v.
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Old 01-02-2011, 03:45 PM   #2
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Ok you have 50amp service. Once the post power gets to the unit its split up to two sides thats where the 50amp breakers come into play. Each of those are like main breakers for each side. It looks that your left side does most of the work. Your water heater most likely is not only propane but elect. Go out and pull the outside cover off, if its elect you will find a small on off switch. You will find it hard to use the A/C, Mic, and Elect. water heat if you are hooked to only 30 amp service. Are you sure your furnace is 120 most will run on 12v . Do not have clue to the right side.. let us know what kind of unit you have and may be able to help more.
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Old 01-02-2011, 10:15 PM   #3
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my water heater is only electric (10-15gallon or so), there is no outside panel. yup furnace is only 120v. its a suburban p-40 120 volt AC - 40,000 BTU Furnace.

Trailer is Salem Villa Estate 392flfb as it says under my name :P

Ive only had the trailer on a 30a service once and that was on the way home with it. All we ran was the AC to cool it down and i guess it ran the fridge. didnt even have enough water to use the hot water and have a shower
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Old 01-03-2011, 08:46 AM   #4
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Hello...... Stuff,
May I suggest you add a line to your sig that includes
Salem Villa Estate 392flfb and maybe a first name/nick name.
That tiny line under your user ID doesn't mean much to me.
I donno what a 392flfb is.

I -guess- your trailer is made more for full timing at a
semi-permanent full hookup location??
Yet your "states visited" map has a BUNCH of color in it!
You've been around the block a few times!
Do you always have full hookups when you camp??

I admit I don't have a clue about what you have but I'm
curious!
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Old 01-03-2011, 11:37 AM   #5
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LOL okay Dan!

What I have is a Forest River Salem Villa Estate - model 392flfb. was the best floor plan that we (gf and I) could find in a big enough trailer yet have a more permanent looking front to it. Yup you got it! its a full timer place. Its ment as a destination trailer rather then a "pull all over the country" trailer. As for hookups, aslong as i have the fresh water tank full and got some power, im good! lol

As for the states and provinces, they are marked for each one that I have spent at least 1 night in. I have been to others but just "passing through" kinda thing.

Here is a link to my photobucket album of my trailer Villa pictures by ANTheStuff - Photobucket There is also sub albums.
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Old 01-07-2011, 11:49 AM   #6
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well Im thinking CON means my converter for 12v. still not sure what #10- FT/Gen & #11- R/Gen mean.
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