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Old 12-01-2012, 02:14 PM   #1
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Hi, New Member here.

Just wanted to say Hi.
Great forum of RV enthusiasts.

The wife and I are sort of new to RVing. I say sort of,as we often visited her mother at campgrounds as they spent October until tax time away from their Va. home and in the warmer areas of the Gulf Coast. They were in a large Class A but started out with a pop-up camper.

We retired almost 4 years ago and just bought "Hobby RV".
It is a 2000 Maverick by Georgie 24 ft Class C built on an E450 frame with only 38,000 miles. I say "Hobby RV" as it is undergoing some personalization and upgrades.

We just did a 10 day trip from Ga. to Louisiana to visit family for Thanksgiving. I guess I can't complain, from what I read, with 8.7 MPG on I85 and I65. This will be perfect for the two of us, as the plan is short 2-3 day get away trips twice a month.

Happy Holidays.

Ps,
Does anyone know the location of the Camper box - 12 volt fuse box?
I found the breakers and the boxes from Ford.
The manual show the fuse layout but not location on page 14 and Coachman says they do not know.
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:48 PM   #2
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Hi folks! Welcome to IRV2! Sure glad to have you join the bunch here! Sorry I can't help you with the fusebox location. I would suggest you post future questions over in the appropriate areas of the forum for better results. Not too many folks hang out here. Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:58 PM   #3
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Just wanted to say Hi.
Great forum of RV enthusiasts.

The wife and I are sort of new to RVing. I say sort of,as we often visited her mother at campgrounds as they spent October until tax time away from their Va. home and in the warmer areas of the Gulf Coast. They were in a large Class A but started out with a pop-up camper.

We retired almost 4 years ago and just bought "Hobby RV".
It is a 2000 Maverick by Georgie 24 ft Class C built on an E450 frame with only 38,000 miles. I say "Hobby RV" as it is undergoing some personalization and upgrades.

We just did a 10 day trip from Ga. to Louisiana to visit family for Thanksgiving. I guess I can't complain, from what I read, with 8.7 MPG on I85 and I65. This will be perfect for the two of us, as the plan is short 2-3 day get away trips twice a month.

Happy Holidays.

Ps,
Does anyone know the location of the Camper box - 12 volt fuse box?
I found the breakers and the boxes from Ford.
The manual show the fuse layout but not location on page 14 and Coachman says they do not know.
Welcome to the site. Good luck with your remodels and finding the fuses. Have looked in the area of the shore power breakers. Who'd a thunk Coachman couldn't tell you. Seems like they would have blueprints not just schematics.
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Old 12-01-2012, 05:10 PM   #4
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Howdy and welcome to the forum. Sorry I can't help with the fuse box.
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