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Not working Hello I have chcnged out the tremastadt and the control board and i als checke my 12 volt fuse and my 115 braker and still my unit does not work what else can i do or try. My e-mail add is HansWarren@bellsouth.net if you need to get in touch with me i need help quick i am living out of my camper in Texas and it is getting hot. Kind regards Hans.R.Warren

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    Cant say I have the same problem but a RV dealer said make sure you aren't using a standard extension cord. Connect the RV cord directly to the power source. Maybe this will help.

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If absolutely nothing is working, and you are getting 115v, changed the fuse, like you said. Then the problem may be the transformer.

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