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Old 11-03-2013, 04:42 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by rparker3040 View Post
Yes it was turned on. It was that way when we picked up from the dealer but didn't know it.
Excellent! Thanks for replying, and a big thanks goes out to everyone who offered their wisdom and experience. That's what makes these forums and this community so great.

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Old 11-03-2013, 04:57 PM   #22
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I learned something new too. I just went out to see if mine had an electric switch in the heater compartment and sure enough it did. IIRC on my Coachman TT, I had two switches in inside console. I thought since this one had only one switch that it was automatic. So if it was on, and it sensed shore or gen power, it will run on that, but if it was on and no power, then it will fire up on gas. Good to know. I'm never going to turn it on the electric because for sure I'll forget and burn it up. Well, never say never.

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