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Old 07-08-2018, 02:18 PM   #1
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New generator shows 10,000+ hours? No way...

Hey y'all,

New here. Bought a new 017 Forza 38w last June, from DDRV in SoCal. Never thought to skip through the computer panel and verify numbers, other than ODO, until now. We haven't used our generator for any trip to date. But i just noticed the Gen Hours are showing 10,000+. How is that possible? That would mean it has been running for 416+ days, which would be longer than I've owned it. Is there a decimal place missing? :+) See pic.

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