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Old 09-20-2015, 09:23 AM   #1
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Engine block heater on 38a.

Is there a block heater on the 2016 38a. If so, where is it located. The switch I am referring to.


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Don't know about the newer models, but on my coach, there is an outlet and a plug in the bay where coach's electric cord is stored. The plug is toward the back and top of the bay. To turn the block heater on, just plug that cord into the outlet provided.
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Don't know about the newer models, but on my coach, there is an outlet and a plug in the bay where coach's electric cord is stored. The plug is toward the back and top of the bay. To turn the block heater on, just plug that cord into the outlet provided.

Ok. Thank you. I will check on my coach. 👍😎


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Don't know about the newer models, but on my coach, there is an outlet and a plug in the bay where coach's electric cord is stored. The plug is toward the back and top of the bay. To turn the block heater on, just plug that cord into the outlet provided.

Ok. Thank you. I will check on my coach.


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Don't know about the newer models, but on my coach, there is an outlet and a plug in the bay where coach's electric cord is stored. The plug is toward the back and top of the bay. To turn the block heater on, just plug that cord into the outlet provided.

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Don't know about the newer models, but on my coach, there is an outlet and a plug in the bay where coach's electric cord is stored. The plug is toward the back and top of the bay. To turn the block heater on, just plug that cord into the outlet provided.

Ok. Thank you. I will check on my coach.


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Best bet is never go anywhere where it gets that cold.

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