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Old 01-10-2015, 08:27 PM   #1
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Question outlets in the whitehawk 25bhs?

I only saw 1 power outlet in the bedroom of this unit, but can't believe that's right- does anyone know for sure if there are more?
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Old 01-13-2015, 10:05 AM   #2
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I have 10 total 120v outlets in my 27DSRL. I would think that the 25bhs would have several outlets.
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IIRC you should have one each side of the bed support ( framing ) ?
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Old 01-16-2015, 05:06 PM   #4
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I just checked our 2015 25BHS and it has the following 120 VAC outlets:

1) One in the bathroom,
2) One on the lower kitchen cabinet by the door (GFCI),
3) One on each side of the bed platform, and,
4) One inside the storage area to the left of the stereo (behind drop down door).

There is also a 12 VDC outlet (cigarette lighter plug) in the storage area to the left of the stereo. I was pleased to find this one because I may eventually buy a 12 volt TV.
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Outlets in Whitehawk

Wondering, are all the outlets on the same circuit? Our Flagstaff has several outlets but all on same circuit, it is sure easy to overload if you have a heater going, then start a couple more small items. Hope the Whitehawk on my wish list has more circuits than one.
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Good question, Okie. I'll check it out tomorrow and post a reply.
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Old 02-07-2015, 11:21 AM   #7
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Yes, they are all on one 15 amp circuit breaker.
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Give consideration to the fact that 15 amps is one half your total available of 30 amps.
Micowave, a/c or water heater might use the other 15 amps available.
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During a recent week-long trip to a campground with shore power we discovered that none of our 120 volt outlets worked except for the GFCI outlets.

We took the TT back to the dealership and using a circuit tester they discovered that every non-GFCI outlet was wired wrong at the connection points behind the power panel. It took them over 3 hours to correct the problem while we waited.

As we were checking each outlet after the repairs, I asked the tech if all of the outlets on that circuit are daisy chained with pigtails. He said, no, they are all home runs back to the power panel. That surprised me but I'm glad they are because I now know there are no connections in each run that may come loose from the vibrations while traveling.

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As we were checking each outlet after the repairs, I asked the tech if all of the outlets on that circuit are daisy chained with pigtails. He said, no, they are all home runs back to the power panel. That surprised me but I'm glad they are because I now know there are no connections in each run that may come loose from the vibrations while traveling.

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I hate to say it but I don't believe their all home runs. You better check the panel yourself. I hope I'm wrong on this .
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