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Subject: shoreline attached switch

Brownell Christof
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Date Posted: 06/ 14/ 05, 6:11am

I have a 78 Blue Bird Wanderlodge. What does the shoreline attached switch on the dash board do? I can't seem to figure out any difference when I'm plugged in to 110v. Also, I want to avoid overcharging my batteries when I'm plugged in. Is there a automatic control for this? And one more question, on the dash I have a broken off switch with no label and when I switch it, I get an alarm sound from a cylinder on top off the engine. What is this for? Thank you very much for a reply, sincerely, Christof

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[> Subject: Re: shoreline attached switch

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Date Posted: 06/ 16/ 05, 5:14am


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You may get more responses, I am not familiar with a 1978

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[> Subject: Re: shoreline attached switch

Steve Anderson
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Date Posted: 06/ 21/ 05, 10:44am

Your 78 May be different than my 79. My 79 has a "Safeline system that is plugged in to the outlets below the shift lever. When there is 110 v at that outlet the Safeline detects that voltage. Then when the engine start key is turned to on the Safeline lets you know that you are starting the engine and that you are still attached to shore power. It lets you know with a blinking light and or a buzzer(on mine the buzzer is switchable to off). This is supposed to keep you from driving away with shore power plugged in. Interesting to note....the duplex outlet along side the drivers seat where the Safeline is plugged into is not switched off when the master selector switch just inside the door is selected to off. It is wired around the selector switch to still provide voltage to the Safeline through a couple of switch boxes inside the door near the master selector switch one for the upper outlet of the duplex and the other for the lower outlet. We often use this to switch a 110 v nightlight that we plug into the safeline outlet.

Steve Anderson
79 FC 35
Poulsbo Wa

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