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I have a Georgia Boy built on a 2001 Ford chassie.
Can anyone tell me where to find the switch so I can use my Onan gen.
The gen is on the back left corner and the breaker box is the next compartment forward.
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There is usually a remote start switch panel located inside the coach. Most are in the same area as the panel with tank lights etc. on it. Should also be a start switch on the generator itself. If you don't have an automatic transfer switch, you will have to plug the shore power cord into the generator receptacle, usually located in the same compartment as the cord.

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My Winnebago has three switches.

One on the cook top vent hood, One on the side of the night stand (partially hidden by the mattress)and then there is one on generator itself.

I've seen them on the dash in other motorhomes.


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My SeaBreeze has switches on the dash to the right of the steering wheel and on the generator


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I'm sorry, but thanks guys, I was asking about the transferr switch.
I just got a call from the factory. He told me a metal box would be within a foot of the breaker box. He said I may have a loose ground or a bad circuit board. He said it should cost less than $100 if it's the board.
I'll go see what I can and after I make a mess I'll take it somewhere to get it fixed.
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Beverley&Ken wrote:

There is usually a remote start switch panel located inside the coach. Most are in the same area as the panel with tank lights etc. on it. Should also be a start switch on the generator itself. If you don't have an automatic transfer switch, you will have to plug the shore power cord into the generator receptacle, usually located in the same compartment as the cord.

Beverley and Ken


This is the same on my parents bounder.


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