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Old 05-20-2019, 09:15 AM   #1
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Induction Stove in 2019 Berkshire XL 40 D

Still learning bout our new motorhome. There is no manual for the induction stove. When I power up the generator, several red lights blink on the induction stove unit. If I touch the power button they go off but come back on when the unit is not in use.

Is there something I need to do to make the flashing red lights go away? Are they supposed to flash all the time when the unit is not in use? Seems very odd to me.

I've asked the dealer to find the make and model so I can get a manual.

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Old 05-20-2019, 10:25 AM   #2
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It's a True Induction brand cooktop Model TI-2B, here is a link to the info.

Double Burner - Counter Inset Model
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Old 05-20-2019, 10:35 AM   #3
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It's a True Induction brand cooktop Model TI-2B, here is a link to the info.

Double Burner - Counter Inset Model
Thank you for the response. My unit doesn't say True Induction on the surface so wondering if it is the same. Does yours sit one burner infront of the other rather left to right of each other? Mine sits one infront of the other. Do your lights flash on the unit all the time except when heating?
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Thank you for the response. My unit doesn't say True Induction on the surface so wondering if it is the same. Does yours sit one burner infront of the other rather left to right of each other? Mine sits one infront of the other. Do your lights flash on the unit all the time except when heating?


Here’s a picture of my unit. Power light on solid red when not in use. If you turn the power on with nothing on the burner it will start blinking after several seconds and then turn off.
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Here’s a picture of my unit. Power light on solid red when not in use. If you turn the power on with nothing on the burner it will start blinking after several seconds and then turn off.
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Again thank you. Different unit although I would expect mine too act like yours.

If I have done the attachment right you will see a picture of mine. Different control.
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Again thank you. Different unit although I would expect mine too act like yours.

If I have done the attachment right you will see a picture of mine. Different control.
Incidentally i borrowed this picture from a dealer website, but its the unit I have.
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Again thank you. Different unit although I would expect mine too act like yours.

If I have done the attachment right you will see a picture of mine. Different control.
Did you buy your unit there? We bought ours at Lazydays.
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Did you buy your unit there? We bought ours at Lazydays.

No. I'm Canadian so bought from a dealer here in Alberta.

Im thinking you bought a 43 foot unit as the stove you have I saw in the 43s.
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We have a 2019 Berkshire XLT 43C, Malibu exterior, white diamond interior with the executive dark cherry wood.
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I assume that you know that not all cookware will work with an induction cooktop. Cindy and I found this set with removable handles that allowed the pieces to nest within one another and store in very little space. It's worked well for us, and we got a second set for our son and daughter-in-law when they got an induction cooktop as well.

Nesting Induction Cookware w/ Removable Handles
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