Frequency of firing everything Up and lighting problem
I like to keep my Hurricane in covered storage, and the closest place to do that is in Crestview, Florida, about a 50 minute drive from where I live. I like to drive over there every two weeks or so and fire everything up, including the engine, generator, air conditioners, fans, and everything else that has a motor or moving part. In your opinion, is that frequent enough to keep everything up to speed during the winter? While I was over there today, two sets of coach light sockets were inoperative. I replaced the two bulbs in each socket, but they were still inoperative. The light sockets for the chassis circuit were working fine, and two other light sockets further back in the rear of the coach circuit were working OK. These sockets are wired in 12 volt parallel, correct? I didn't bring tools over with me when I did the checks. But for two adjoining sockets to be inoperative, my Air Force training makes me think I have a wire loose somewhere close to the first inoperative socket. Are most of these sockets electrically connected with wire nuts? One day, I will learn to take a tool bag with me when I go over there to run everything up.
Jim & Judy & Bella (Black Lab) & Sunny (Retriever)
2010 Thor Hurricane 33T
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