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Old 01-06-2010, 05:49 AM   #1
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Hello from San Antonio

Wintering here from Easton, Maryland. Got away from the snow, but guess what, San Antonio is about to get it's coldest weather in 25 years this coming weekend. Am I ready? Sort of. One problem. I seem to have blown the fuse for the "system heat", and I can't find the fuse/breaker. Without the system heat, I can't operate the bay heater in the sewer/water hookup compartment. No problem, I'll just go buy a 120v ceramic heater like quite a few of you have recommended. However, according to the Monaco Owner's Manual, the system heat switch also activates the heating pads on the underside of the holding tanks. I could use those. Help!!


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Good Morning rvdave65! Welcome to iRV2. I see you have posted down below... so I will answer there!
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