While the DW did some cleaning in the TT, I worked on a few things:
Started adjusting the brackets on the trailer for the Equal-I-zer. I took some measurements and my dealer didn't do all that great of a job installing things when I bought the Flagstaff. First step in adjusting - now, I have air bags to put on the Armada and adjust the rest of the hitch.
It was cool in the TT when we started, so I kicked on the heat. Wasn't getting much movement through the floor vents, but boy was it warm at the intake screen on the backside of the dinette. Pulled out the drawer and took off the intake screen and shined a light inside.... one of the screws was missing which holds on the back of the furnace! The bottom of that side of the dinette was exceptionally hot. Removed cushions and plywood from seat and installed new screw. Worked great.
The Genesis GT 3.0 would not come on. No indicator lights, nothing. Checked every fuse I can find - all good. System worked last year before we stored TT for winter. I've even had a running email with Concertone Support. They say there is a fuse behind the unit next to the wire harness. After a few emails back and forth, and Support pointing out the fact that I am blind, I finally found the fuse. It is NOT an in-line fuse, as I was looking for. It is plugged directly in the back of the unit, right next to the wiring harness plugs. Believe me, it's easy to miss!
Especially if the fuse size doesn't have the white paint in the "15"!
Now to work on the house dishwasher that has no juice for some reason.