Originally Posted by David Reid
Just noticed, are you thinking that it is a Liquid Petroleum Gen. I am not aware of Rexhall or Generac putting a LP in any Coach.. Just asking.
I have a 2001 Rexhall Anthem DP with an LP genset. I have had trouble starting it in the past, but the generator has a starter switch on the generator itself and I found that when the starter in the coach would not start the genset, the one on the generator itself would start it, and then, as I continued to use it the coach starter switch worked as long as I didn't leave it sit too long without starting it. And I might add, my generator is a Generac and it is LP powered, which also brings up the fact that if you don't have LP on board and/or the LP monitor that controls the opening of the LP valve to the generator and the stove, heater, and oven is not allowing the LP gas to flow, then you need to know why, it can be as simple as you forgetting to move the switch on the monitor to operate the valve. Operating an RV is a little like having to run a complex home and huge truck all at the same time and you have to be able to understand a bit of it at least and more important, who do you trust to ask when it exceeds your knowledge level. I use a truck service business that is local to me when I need some real expertise with my coach chassis and engine/transmission, and I have a son that is a Master Certified RV technician for the stuff in the coach when there is something there that needs attention. I have used them both a lot over the years. Always good to have backup! Good luck.