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Old 04-27-2014, 07:01 PM   #11
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Does it ding when done? Do you have a flush system for the black tank?
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Old 04-27-2014, 07:37 PM   #12
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It's located beside the little panel that tells you all your levels
Good... now we know it's beside the little panel that tells your tank levels. For those trying to help, please tell us where that little panel is. Is it in the bathroom, the kitchen, a hallway, etc. I suspect some of us don't know the layout of all trailers.
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It's in the kitchen over the sink area beside the level panel
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It's in the kitchen over the sink area beside the level panel
I was beginning to wonder if the previous owner had added it... but in searching the internet for 2011 Puma Toy Haulers, I've seen several models with the same timer just left of the range - therefore just left of the vent hood. I wonder if it runs a purge ventilator in the garage. Just guessing.
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Old 04-28-2014, 04:11 PM   #15
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This shouldn't be that difficult to figure out.

First - have you removed the switch to see if there are any wires connected to it? Maybe someone installed it and then decided not to hook it up - not likely,but possible.

Second - just turn on all the switches,lights and appliances,compartment lights,etc including outdoor scare lights if you have them,turn the timer to about 5-10 minutes and see what's still on and off when the 10 minutes are up.
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