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Old 04-10-2008, 04:40 PM   #1
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Have a 2006 Forest River Lexington GTS 255DS.
Can not find where the transfer relay (swap between genset & CG power)is located.Can follow CG power lead from aft lower(driver side)compartment up to bathroom under floor,then lose it.
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Have a 2006 Forest River Lexington GTS 255DS.
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Try following the generator output cord - has to end up in the same place. Hope it isn't buried behind or under something!
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