Originally Posted by Campin Cajun
How do you know that it is not working? The heater I mean.
I had an F250 with the 6.0, just had to plug in the wire and the heater came on. This is the way they are set up. I have never heard of a heater having a switch. I leave the one on my coach unplugged.
2013 Berkshire 390 BH
Well my coach is less than a month old so if it has a block heater I assume it will work.
Now my last coach had a switch along side of the bed. So I was looking for a switch.
What I found was a breaker for a block heater in the panel at the foot of the bed. Now what does that breaker run??? What it runs turns out to be a GFI receptacle wall plug that is located in the inverter compartment.
Now there was a cord plugged into that receptacle that I haven't traced yet. My guess is that it goes to the block heater. I just figured it might have a switch in the line as my last coach did.
So I guess either throw the breaker or unplug the plug from the receptacle that is stuck in behind the inverter.
Easy either way after you understand it.