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Motorhomes / Re: 2004 Southwind 32v front overhead analog TV power cord.
« Last post by 4SterDave on August 16, 2018, 10:36:49 PM »
Ahh, yes I see that now.  Just a good pull should do it. 
Thanks,

Any idea how many watts the 22"x22" analog TV draws as I need to get an inverter.  Was hoping a
400 watt would do it.
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Motorhomes / Re: 2004 Southwind 32v front overhead analog TV power cord.
« Last post by captsteve on August 16, 2018, 10:33:32 PM »
you can do that but, it is a regular 2 prong on it now. google it and look at the images that come up.

You can go as far as to put a regular outlet in its place, just cap the 12v wire that goes to your ignition.
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General Discussion / Re: Norcold 1210 Not cooling
« Last post by 8Muddypaws on August 16, 2018, 10:29:21 PM »
If it's running on AC check the heating elements.  If it's on propane check the flame health and blow any debris off the burner.

A small mirror  and a good flashlight comes in handy when trying to see the two fans.  The thermostatic switch that controls the fans is at the top right (from the back) of the heat exchanger coils.  A jumper across the two connectors should turn both fans on.
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Motorhomes / Re: 2004 Southwind 32v front overhead analog TV power cord.
« Last post by 4SterDave on August 16, 2018, 10:27:53 PM »
Do you think I could just cut the plug end off and replace it with a regu;ar 3 prong?  Wew would never have the need or the capability because of the roof mounted crank dish to watch TV while driving.
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Motorhomes / Re: 2004 Southwind 32v front overhead analog TV power cord.
« Last post by captsteve on August 16, 2018, 10:24:04 PM »
All the ones that Dr. Google shows are standard plugs. Tug firmly... Sorry I can't be more help.
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Motorhomes / Re: 2004 Southwind 32v front overhead analog TV power cord.
« Last post by captsteve on August 16, 2018, 10:22:02 PM »
OK, what you have there is a Magic box that DOT requires. It kills power to the TV if the vehicle is in gear.

As far as unplugging it, I'm pretty sure it is booby trapped. I have never been able to get one apart. I'm gonna poke around a bit and see what I can find for you.
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Trailers & Fifthwheels / Re: newbie tow questions-
« Last post by Hanr3 on August 16, 2018, 10:21:55 PM »
Good deal!

I pencil whipped the numbers before I pulled the trigger on a truck and camper. There is a camper that will work behind your truck and that meets your camping needs. I spent two years crunching numbers before I pulled the trigger on truck and camper.

The point is to run the numbers, run them at max load. Empty weight is meaningless unless you don't plan on taking anything with you to camp. And where is the fun in that!
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General Discussion / Re: Need advice about a GFCI outlet
« Last post by 8Muddypaws on August 16, 2018, 10:20:03 PM »
150 feet.  No conduit.

Critters.

I had a similar problem with pool lighting.  Every time it rained, and for several weeks afterwards the gfi breaker would fault when you switched the light off.  Once the ground got dry it worked fine.
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Motorhomes / Re: 2004 Southwind 32v front overhead analog TV power cord.
« Last post by 4SterDave on August 16, 2018, 10:16:07 PM »
In case you can't read it. 
PowerTek
TV Power Controller
Model RL-1003
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Motorhomes / Re: 2004 Southwind 32v front overhead analog TV power cord.
« Last post by 4SterDave on August 16, 2018, 10:11:52 PM »
Trying to upload photo.  It's the cord on the left.  Right is for Direct TV receiver.
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