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Old 08-24-2013, 10:52 PM   #1
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All Electric?

Where do the Monaco Class A's lines go to all electric, if any?

The Diplomat all electric?

P.S. Love the 43 DFT floor plan but, dang, I 'hate' the stick chair dining table. I guess it's fine if you don't have any family or friends. I've got a couple.

Love the booth dinette, which if it is not included is a deal killer for us.
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There are both 120v and 12v lines running all over the coach. Are you having a specific problem?
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Old 08-25-2013, 06:46 AM   #3
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I doubt an all electric is limited to a model line, mostly likely just an option. Anyway, here are the Monaco's brochures which would tell you.

http://www.monacocoach.com/monaco/brochures.html
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There are both 120v and 12v lines running all over the coach. Are you having a specific problem?
I'm talking about a coach that is all electric as opposed to having some propane on board. Usually reserved for higher end coaches.
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I'm talking about a coach that is all electric as opposed to having some propane on board. Usually reserved for higher end coaches.
Never have dealt with one of those. Is there no 12v power required at all? As in res refridge and AC units that don't need 12v to run the controls, lights, etc?

I'm still curious as to if you have a specific problem.
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Where do the Monaco Class A's lines go to all electric, if any?

The Diplomat all electric?

P.S. Love the 43 DFT floor plan but, dang, I 'hate' the stick chair dining table. I guess it's fine if you don't have any family or friends. I've got a couple.

Love the booth dinette, which if it is not included is a deal killer for us.
Whizzer60, FWIW, I have owned both booth and "stick chair dining table". My choice the latter by far! Reason, the table extends well into the living area allowing four overly mature seniors to dine with lots of elbow room and play cards. The storage cabinets along and under the table are a huge plus allowing us to store paper goods, water bottles, coke cola, etc. also, the aft section opens into a computer desk with under area room for our printer and phone, iPad storage area. Big plus, the ability to get up and down easily. I see where some manufactures are building a "horseshoe" type dinette with a raisable table in the center. Certainly an improvement over our 2004 coach with the fifties style slide in, slide out booth! Just sayin' think about it.
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Never have dealt with one of those. Is there no 12v power required at all? As in res refridge and AC units that don't need 12v to run the controls, lights, etc?

I'm still curious as to if you have a specific problem.
'All electric' just means no appliances use propane and none onboard. Those coaches still have a 12v power system for lights, pump and control systems just like any other coach.

I don't believe the OP had any problem, he was merely asking if any particular models Monaco makes were specifically all electric out of the factory, or standard equipment if you will.
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'All electric' just means no appliances use propane and none onboard. Those coaches still have a 12v power system for lights, pump and control systems just like any other coach.

I don't believe the OP had any problem, he was merely asking if any particular models Monaco makes were specifically all electric out of the factory, or standard equipment if you will.
Correct.
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The Diplomat and above can be had with all electric. As these come standard with the Aquahot heating that uses diesel.
At least in the new models.
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'All electric' just means no appliances use propane and none onboard. Those coaches still have a 12v power system for lights, pump and control systems just like any other coach.
Ok. That's simple enough. Never encountered an all electric unit as of yet but I learn new stuff every week!
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