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Old 08-17-2008, 03:22 PM   #1
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Having just purchased a 08 Horizon 40TD and looking through the 40 lbs of pubs the Horizon owner's manual states there is a block heater. It states that the power cord is located in the rear cargo compartment on the driver's side of the coach. To date I have been unable to locate said power cord. I know that there is someone out there who has the answer.
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Having just purchased a 08 Horizon 40TD and looking through the 40 lbs of pubs the Horizon owner's manual states there is a block heater. It states that the power cord is located in the rear cargo compartment on the driver's side of the coach. To date I have been unable to locate said power cord. I know that there is someone out there who has the answer.
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Congratulations on the purchase

Our block heater is a plug that hangs out (literally) in the electrical bay. You plug it into the outlet in the electrical bay and then turn on the switch in the One Place panel.

Your coach is three years newer than mine,so the above might not be relevant.
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