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Old 06-13-2013, 08:17 PM   #1
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What are these?

Hi again,

Take a look at these pics. What are these for? They may have told me at the dealership when I picked up the camper but it all went so fast that now I forget.

Thanks, Shannon

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Old 06-13-2013, 08:28 PM   #2
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The first one is for electric hot water, or for gas hot water. If your plugged into shore power use electric. If not use gas. The second is a 12volt outlet. Just like in your car.
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looks like battery switch and hot water switch. The other is 12 volt outlet.
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Top pic are the propane & electric switches for your hot water heater. The red lens in the center will light up if you don't have propane flowing when you switch on the propane flame.

Bottom pic is a 12v power outlet.

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Thanks guys! Appreciate it! Also the switches, this may be a stupid question but which switch is for electric and which switch is for propane? I'm guessing first switch is for electric and switch on right is propane?

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Thanks guys! Appreciate it! Also the switches, this may be a stupid question but which switch is for electric and which switch is for propane? I'm guessing first switch is for electric and switch on right is propane?

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You are correct!
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Thanks again! Now that I have that down, now time to learn all about my fresh, grey and black water.
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Thanks again! Now that I have that down, now time to learn all about my fresh, grey and black water.
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