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Old 02-03-2023, 09:14 AM   #1
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Breaker under kitchen sink in 2000 National Tradwinds 7371

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Me again, on the forever journey of learning my rig. Does anyone know what these 2 breakers under the sink go to? I believe one is for the hot water heater if you do not want to use gas. Any help is always appreciated!
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Me again, on the forever journey of learning my rig. Does anyone know what these 2 breakers under the sink go to? I believe one is for the hot water heater if you do not want to use gas. Any help is always appreciated![IMG]file:///C:/Users/RDAVENP/Desktop/RD%20personal/RV/Breaker%20under%20the%20sink.pdf[/IMG]
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Thank you so much! I think I have it now!!! Really appreciate that!
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Old 02-03-2023, 11:39 AM   #4
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Were you able to see the photo? I got the link and was able to upload the picture. Still do not know what these breakers control. Thanks!
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Old 02-07-2023, 02:48 PM   #5
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Me again, on the forever journey of learning my rig. Does anyone know what these 2 breakers under the sink go to? I believe one is for the hot water heater if you do not want to use gas. Any help is always appreciated!
I have 2000 Tradewinds 7373 and no breakers under the sink. There is a light switch on the cabinet face to turns on and off the electric hot water heater, the hot water heater breaker is in the back in the main load station between the washer/dryer and the bed.
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Probably a subpanel previous owner installed for items powered by the inverter. I did when I installed an inverter in my Dolphin 🐬.
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I have that under my dining seat in my 1988 Dolphin. They are for the Generator!
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I own a 2000 tradewinds 7371 and my switches under the kitchen sink for the microwave and the hot water tank.
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I own a 2000 tradewinds 7371 and my switches under the kitchen sink for the microwave and the hot water tank.
That would make sense - those are the two closest things to the sink on my '02 Tradewinds 7370. I've had my head under there but never noticed any breakers or a load center, but the HWH is right there, and the electric element switch is on the cabinet face as mentioned elsewhere.
As others have mentioned, every day you learn something new about these beauties.
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