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Old 06-17-2016, 07:28 PM   #1
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84 Rambler 33ft Imperial,

I've been piddling pretty hard for a year on the ole classic really in great shape, but my unknowing..2 power cords and recipticals in the back bumper?? Wondering if my inverter, converter not working could be linked to me no knowing,.. bear with me I'm a machinist/.programmer... Thanks to all

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I have the same one as you , mine only has one cord you can plug into a 30 amp service or plug into the reciptical in the bumper which is connected to your generator ,
as far as your inverter and converter are they getting power

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If that coach has the tag axle- make sure the large nut that is holding the arms to the frame is on tight. My nut fell off, I applied the brakes and those arms turned and impaled themselves in the pavement. The resulting forward motion of coach resulted in the arms bending back and puncturing the gas tank.
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