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Old 10-01-2020, 12:13 PM   #1
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Where is the breaker/fuse panel? How do I turn the fireplace on?

Two questions. I just purchased a 2011 Georgetown 378TS. I have been looking for the breaker panel and can't find it. Can someone tell me where it is please? The manual says it's next to the fuses but I haven't found them either.

Also I'm afraid I know the answer to this, how do you control the fireplace? I'm guessing it's a remote of which I haven't found.

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Jim
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Old 10-01-2020, 03:38 PM   #2
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Bothe the 120 volt and the 12VDC panels are in the bedroom at floor level.
Have you looked there?

The fireplace has switches and knobs to control if you don't have the remote.
Pull the lower metal compartment lid down which is below the glass and you see them.
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Iggy types faster than me, and he has nicer photos.
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Old 10-01-2020, 06:39 PM   #4
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Bothe the 120 volt and the 12VDC panels are in the bedroom at floor level.
Have you looked there?

The fireplace has switches and knobs to control if you don't have the remote.
Pull the lower metal compartment lid down which is below the glass and you see them.
I think yours is more advanced than mine. I don't see a display but there are switches and dials under the panel on the bottom as your described. Also I found the breaker/fuse panel. I thought that was part of the heating system and never opened it.

Thank you!
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