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Old 05-24-2020, 10:32 AM   #1
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Where the heck do you plug in a coffe pot?

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I noticed that there seems to be no receptacle in in the Galley. So this Navy vet can not be expected to be civil without my morning java. So National partners how where do you plug in your 120?
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I noticed that there seems to be no receptacle in in the Galley. So this Navy vet can not be expected to be civil without my morning java. So National partners how where do you plug in your 120?

"Hey Joe, where you going with that mug in your hand?" "Gonna shoot my RV, cant find a place to plug the coffee pot in...."
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Just a thought, have you looked under the ceiling area cabinets? On my Newmar, they are black, hard to see and are flush mounted under the cabinet(s).
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"Hey Joe, where you going with that mug in your hand?" "Gonna shoot my RV, cant find a place to plug the coffee pot in...."
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My bad, it's an 06 33ft Seabreeze. BTW your coach is safe!
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Underneath the overhead cabinets.
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"Hey Joe, where you going with that mug in your hand?" "Gonna shoot my RV, cant find a place to plug the coffee pot in...."
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Darn you. Now I'm going to be humming that song all day.
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If you have a fold down counter extension, check under it. Should be a GFI outlet under your overhead cabinets.
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Plug in


Cowboy pot on stove top.
Just enough flame to bring to a boil then shut it down and let it simmer


A splash of cold water just before pouring into mug to settle the coffe grounds


As good or better then NAVY coffee
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In our 2006 SeaBreeze the receptacle is indeed under the top cabinets.

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In our 2006 SeaBreeze the receptacle is indeed under the top cabinets.
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Yep....same on my TRADEWINDS.. Rook
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Underneath the overhead cabinets.
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Plug in


Cowboy pot on stove top.
Just enough flame to bring to a boil then shut it down and let it simmer


A splash of cold water just before pouring into mug to settle the coffe grounds


As good or better then NAVY coffee
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