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Old 06-17-2008, 12:45 AM   #1
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Default T160 circuit fuse panel/water heater plug leaks/manual

Whoever installed the fuse panel on my 2005 T160 recorded which circuits they control in an unreadable scrawl. Does anyone have a clear understanding of which fuse controls which circuit?

The water heater drain plug has a small but steady drip. Is this normal?
I know there's a nonhardening plumber's goop which might be spread on the threads to seal it. Anyone know what it's called?

I bought it used, and there was no manual. Did they originally come with one, and if so, do you know where I could get one?

I've addressed these questions to the company, but they refuse to answer. Lousy customer relations, in my opinion.

Thanks for any assistance.
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Old 06-18-2008, 09:10 AM   #2
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Hey tapelgan,

My suggestion would be to plug your trailer power supply into an outlet, turn everything on, and one by one switch off each breaker and see what area/appliance shuts off. Then, using tape or lable paper, re-lable the circuit panel.

The drip is not normal, I would drain the water heater, remove the plug and use teflon tape, it can be found at most hardware stores.

As to the manual, I am trying to find a resouce at Cruiser RV, I will get back to as soon as I find out.

Good luck man,

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