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Old 04-27-2020, 11:03 AM   #1
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Question Mystery cords in 2007 Safari 25FB

We recently purchased a new-used 2007 AS Safari FB25 SE and need some expertise. The camper has two 110v cords coming out of the wall near outlets. One is under the front bed (we assume is for 110v hot water heater element.) the other cord comes from behind the fridge area but the fridge is powered by a dedicated outlet. I'm sorry if this is obvious to you! It's not in the manual that we can see.

Cord behind fridge
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Cord behind bed
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Old 04-28-2020, 02:01 PM   #2
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Plug them in and see if 1 of 3 things happen.
1. Fuse/breaker will go on the power source,
2. A quick flash of light and then the smell of Ozone,
3. You'll find out what they go to.
All in seriousness, my guess would be the previous owner installed those boat/RV heaters to keep the moisture out during the winter/off season. I am curious as to what they go to now myself. Keep us in the loop please.
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I was hoping for a response like, "AS left those out of the manual because everybody knows about those!" I'll get out the sniffer and fire extinguisher, plug them in for a few seconds and see if anything happens. I'm not familiar with "RV/boat heaters" and will research those so I know what they look like. I appreciate your input.

I suspect the cord in the front bedroom is a 110v element for the water heater. If this was installed aftermarket I will assume it's unregulated (won't automatically turn off when the tank is empty/hot) which is "bomb like" and under my bed. So I got that going for me.

Thanks for your time. I'll report back.
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I wonder if the fridge one powers a muffin fan cooling the fridge? Added by previous owner?
If you open the fridge access outside can you see that wire?
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I don't know the floor plan of the model that you have, but from your picture and you mention the hot water heater being underneath your bed, could it be the cord for heated pipe wrap?
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