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Old 01-01-2011, 06:36 AM   #1
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We just got a new 2000 newmar. We checked it all out, but on the way home. We couldn't get any heat from the defrost. Thanks Bob

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Bob, be sure you have the ''controls'' set properly. Sometimes it is confusing exactly which ''lever'' goes where and which ''switch'' is up or down and be sure that the ''buttons'' are pushed accordingly. If you have an owners manual it should explain where the settings are for which function to work properly.

This valuable advise will cost you ten cents if you use it and you must pay me the next time you see me. Of course, if it dont work for you. I NEVER KNEW YOU......
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We also have dogs, two are yorkies. We do not have a manual. But will get one on mon. IOU on the 10 cents
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