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    Where is the circuit breaker paned????

    About to buy the Reflection 303RLS, have looked it over from top to bottom, but somehow I can't find the circuit breaker box. In my previous trailer, it was inside the bedroom on the wall just inside where the external power cord connected. I did not look under the couch in the back, but just assumed since it make into a bed, it was not there. I failed to remember to look when I made out the bed to see how it was. Any 303 owners out there know where it is? Thanks in advance for your looking and replies.

    Don

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    It is inside the first door you see when you come up the steps.
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    I saw that, and thought it was the furnace. It has a cover and everything just like a furnace. If it is the circuit breaker panel, then where is the furnace on the 303?

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    You won't be able to see the furnace from the living area.
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    Furnace is on the backside kind of a slide in unit. The breaker is right inside the front door by the steps. I pulled my fuse to look at it. The fuse was fine so I plugged it back in and it started to work? Are you having furnace problems?

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    Thanks, it appears I mistook the circuit breaker panel cover for the furnace. On my current trailer, furnace looks almost like the cover for the circuit breaker in the Reflection. CuttinChief, no problems with furnace, haven't bought unit yet. Just trying to figure everything out.

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    Oh OK, you will like your unit they are very nice.

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    I think the furnace is in the last bottom cabinet in the hutch, the one that is screwed shut.
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