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Old 08-04-2022, 09:27 PM   #1
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New to me 2011 Adventurer 35p

Hello all, we recently purchased a 2011 Adventurer 35p. We are on our maiden voyage today, I知 sure I値l have some questions as I work the bugs out. Thank you for adding me.

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Greetings Paul,
It sounds wonderful. Are you the second owner? After eleven years, you might wish to get the tires inspected.
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Greetings Paul,
It sounds wonderful. Are you the second owner? After eleven years, you might wish to get the tires inspected.
Welcome to the forum.
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Thank you, we are the second owner and we had new tires and a new windshield installed. I知 happy with the way it handles, it came equipped with a rear stabiliser which helps with handling. I知 currently having an issue with the generator. It runs but is not supplying power to the coach, the breakers are on, I haven稚 tested it yet to see if there is power going out of it but I suspect it may be the transfer switch or the windings on the generator.
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I'm not sure which breakers you may have checked but are you aware of the breaker directly on the generatorsat times?
They can be hidden down in the fiber "dust guard" and easy to miss if not checked there?

Have you found the online info from Winnebago here:

https://www.winnebago.com/Files/File...ire_176548.pdf

This is a snip of some of the 110AC portion. Click this to get a better view or go direct?

In on red or green from cord or genset and then transfer should send it out on blue!
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