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  1. I found the owners manual for electrical control center, the 7200 series. 7200 Series Electrical Control Center Owners Manual.pdf
  2. Last night, sometime during the evening, our frig electric quit. We were plugged into 'shore power' at the time, and only other thing on shore power at the time was t.v. That didn't turn off. Turned to Gas operation and frig cooled off overnight. Question - is there a fuse that might have blown? If so, where would it be?
  3. I've been searching, but I don't know. On the 86 Dolphin, both the charge and brake light came on when I started it. I heard a few clicks. Put a tester on the battery, less than 12 volt. Bad alternator, right? Well I still have the coach battery; no, nothing. Well, I'll plug it in, no, still no power in the back. Managed to get it home, barely. I can't get a cord to it where it is. So I'm thinking about getting a new front battery and running it to a shop. I don't have the time to work on it. I'm just puzzled about the brake idiot light being on and the lack of power in the coach. If you have any thoughts, thanks. Otherwise a successful first trip. We had fun. Still better than that tent in the car crap. HeeHee.
  4. Does anyone have any experience with solar panels on a pop top? I have a 76 chinook that I would like to put a couple small solar panels on but I'm concerned about the added weight causing issues with raising and lowering the roof. Any thoughts?
  5. We had our 2410 running on propane for five days with no problem, but when we returned home and plugged it in to shore power it's no longer working. Anyone have a quick fix?
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