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June 21, 2020
10:45 am
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Hi All,

As noted above, I am new to travel trailer camping adventure.  I have experience with towing boats and maintaining boats and trailers. I bought a used 2018 Riverside Retro 157 in February without knowing that I might need to use it anytime soon, and then COVID conditions hit CA, and I am just now getting it ready to hit the road. In fact, I now need to use this for temp housing since I just accepted a new position 250 miles away, and have to go through a 14 day isolation within 50 miles of my job site before reporting to work, and thought this would be great to stay in and get to know the trailer.

I rinsed out the hot water tank and replaced the anode. I replaced the battery yesterday, and still had no electricity inside. I checked the fuse box, one fuse – the 30 amp, which was labeled for the generator, was blown, but all others looked fine. I looked at the tank and battery level display and nothing is illuminated. I do not see any wiring going to it inside the closet or on the wall near it, so I am wondering if it was ever wired at all.

Any thoughts? Thanks in advance for any assistance.

June 22, 2020
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Turns out it was a fuse that was not labeled to be in a slot. All is working now.

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