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Old 06-20-2016, 10:01 AM   #1
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Removing generator for service

Has anyone taken their generator out? Our genny is taller than the motorhome's clearance, so we are pondering the best way to gain space to get it out. We figured surely someone has done this!
We are getting fumes inside, so are guessing there is a leak in the muffler. We need to take the genny cover off to see, but have to drop it down even to do that. If we actually have to take it right out to work on it, we have two questions:
1. Is the electrical connection long enough to at least drop it?
2. What is the best way of jacking up the motorhome to get it out?

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