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Old 08-06-2020, 08:27 AM   #1
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Vacuflush Circuit Breaker

I have become quite adept at servicing my 2016 Bounder Vacuflush System. Most of the time it is in a campground somewhere. I decided to service duck bills and bellows at home while I has some COVID time. An intermittent issue was with the automatic breaker that powers the system. This breaker is automatic, in that it self resets after a period of time. With everything in the electrical path being brand new, including the motor, it made no sense that the breaker would trip.

I found the breaker on the side wall of my electrical compartment, adjacent to the BCC. It was all covered up with a glob of black electrical tape, which is how it came from the factory. I ordered a replacement from Amazon and the problem has been solved. As seen in the following link, the replacement has a rubber cover system.

https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/...?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Thanks for the follow up. Glad you have it working now.
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