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Old 03-29-2015, 09:21 PM   #1
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Mystery 110v male plug

Today I found a 110v wire with a male plug hanging behind the shore cable winch. It looks like it has never been plugged in to anything. Any ideas what this is for?
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Today I found a 110v wire with a male plug hanging behind the shore cable winch. It looks like it has never been plugged in to anything. Any ideas what this is for?
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My guess would be that's your engine block heater cord. You should find a 120V outlet within reach of the cord (and presumably a switch somewhere in the interior of your coach to turn it on/off).
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That sounds like the location where the block heater plug in is located on my TS. I have not located a switch for the outlet, yet. Maybe one of the other guys can help us locate the elusive switch!
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No switch for my heater...you unplug for off, and plug in for on! I've never used it...always use preheat on Hydro-Hot.
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No switch for my heater...you unplug for off, and plug in for on!
Same on my Envoy.
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Same on my Envoy.
Me too on my Travel Supreme.. And I have used it!
But not this trip.. It was 95 here at Catalina State Park in Tucson..
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Thanks everyone! What a great source for information.
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