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Old 06-04-2010, 10:26 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by herk7769 View Post
Since the TM-2025 is a new mod, I have not written down all the individual "pulls" yet but I intend to post them when I do.

Hope this helps,
Herk, I went though and tested many items in our rig after installing our TM-2025 and posted them here. Do a search for TM2025 and you should find it. It would be nice if they would make things like that a sticky so that it is easier to find. And like you I was floored at the curent draw from the lights and other items.

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Old 07-27-2010, 05:29 PM   #12
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I had somewhat the same problem last week while camping. I hooked up to shore power and all ran well, the microwave, ceiling fan etc. these run off of 110. The next morning I noticed that the frig was not cooling and the cabin lights were dim. in fact when I did put on one of the cabin lights, the carbon monoxide sensor started beeping saying I was low on power, even though I was still hooked up to shore power. I checked my batteries and they were way down. I had my battery charger with me, so I hooked that up and charged the batteries. The frig started to work again, using the "automatic" setting, which determines which mode to go into, either, elec or gas. Later that day, the problem arose again. For the rest of the trip, I kept plugging in to shore power and kept the battery charger running until they were fully charged. I called my dealer and they suggested to switch the frig to Gas and that it would run on propane and just use a minimum of battery power. This seemed to work. When I got home, I took it in for service and they found the converter had gone out. Once they replaced it, all was well again. Keep your fingers crossed that it keeps on working. I have the extended warrantee so I only had to put out a small deductible.

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