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Old 05-04-2012, 10:21 AM   #1
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Post WH Removal & Coach Heater Helpful Information

Wow....I must say that everyone is soooo helpful in these forums.. The information is unending on anything you need to know.

I was having trouble with the back up camera blowing and my mechanic had told me this could get quite expensive to track down. I also knew that my water heater would only heat on gas and not electric. So when I found the information on removing and fixing the WH it also had a section which mentioned the back up camera and step fuse blowing problem. WOW this is what i needed. After pulling the WH out I check my coach heater, aka rear heater fan switch.....and low and behold it was the blower fan that was stuck that kept blowing my fuses. I followed all the instructions and removed as mentioned. Plus my resistor was defective too and only worked on high. That part is on it's way. Thanks to Dean I only had to remove the water heater once. Dean took a lot of time to explain every step and even included photos. So if your needing help.... search under his title listed below or in the download section.

hdmoxness "Water Heater Removal & Coach Heater Repair"

Thanks Dean...........good job....and great info


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Old 05-04-2012, 05:13 PM   #2
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Welcome to irv2 oldpals.
There are many helpful RVers on irv2 glad Dean got you going.
Some stickies at the top of forums have information to help also.
Some us have links in signatures that will help also.
So enjoy the forums and do post often the more fires you get the warmer you will be.
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