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1  Main Forum / General Discussion / Electrical problem on: December 24, 2013, 11:49:45 am
Merry Christmas all,  I'm not sure what to do, I just got back to New York from the Factory in Elkhart after picking up our new 2350.  When we got home about 10 days ago I put it in the barn and hit the store switch, 2 days ago I took it out to wash, (the temp was above freezing for a couple of days) I wanted to get off all the salt after our run home. After washing I had it at the house and went to switch on the coach batteries but nothing, I then started up the engine and then the switch worked but as soon as I shut that off out went the coach lights and the red light on the coach battery switch, I hooked up shore power assuming somehow the Batteries were drained, but after several hours as soon as I unhooked the shore power everything went black. Looks like the Batteries are dead. While all this I found I couldn't turn the patio lights on, switch wouldn't move I added a little pressure and I think I broke the switch as now it flops with no resistance. with the gen or engine, or shore power, the inverter panel mode button would not work it would only show a reading with the top little light on and it displayed 12v. I got worried and disconnected the shore power and put it away.  It was fine on the trip home, ran furnace one night and used the coach lites with no problem. No fuses or breakers tripped. Tried to call factory, but they are closed till the 6th of Jan and we were planning on leaving for FL on the 9th, maybe not..... Any ideas??
2  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: December 14, 2013, 05:46:06 pm
We just picked up our new 2350 this week and boy was it cold in Elkhart and on our way home to New York. We spent the  first night in "Surprise" and we were warm in our bed, our pet dog Sadie was very cold on the floor, in the morning it was +3.  We decided to spend the nights in a hotel for a couple days and then try to miss the snow on our trip back east. We got home last night and missed the snow by going south thru Pa instead of along the lakes and Buffalo.  All's well, camper is in the barn as we are expecting 5-10 tonight.  We hope to go south to Fl in January. We are looking forward to enjoying our new PC, and FYI you can run the heat all night on battery power when its near 0!
Happy new owners of our first PC!
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