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Old 10-19-2017, 03:22 AM   #15
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Thanks, John. I had printed out document #51381 since that was all that I could find (obvious now as to why) but I have now printed out the more correct #56282.


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Out of curiosity, where did this sticker come from? This is different then my 2004's

It appears that my 1950 was built for the Canadian market. Lots of French on the other stickers on that door and all of the weights and measures are metric so I have to convert kilos to lbs, etc. Also, the two faded RV dealership decals are from a Canadian dealership. Luckily, I took two years of French in high school so none of it means anything to me at all since that was so long ago, my brain has stored all of that knowledge in the same place that it put Calculus and the name of my second grade teacher.

Also, this PDF explains the model number breakdown which now makes a whole lot more sense than it did last night. Range Service Manual - Draft

The W1P indicates Top Color (W=white), Door Color (1=white) and Top Burner Ignition (P=rotary piezo).


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Interesting. For some reason a lot of the Canadian spec Sunlines stayed in the US market.

I'm not sure if it affects back then, but on the 2006/7 Sunlines, there's a household light switch in the kitchen area- this switch controls the microwave and electric element on the water heater. Apparently Canadian campgrounds don't have an electric grid capable of both? So they put the switch on to regulate and only let you use one at a time. It's sort of a three way switch, one way for microwave, one way for water heater, and in the middle for both off.

So if you have that switch, that's what it's for. The water heater will still work in gas mode with the microwave on, it's just for the electric element option.
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Ah yes, the CSA models that Sunline made. Made to meet Canadian spec's. OK that explains the sticker. Never seen one of them before. Everyday on SOC we learn something new!

Thanks for the link to that Range Manual with the part number decoder. I have seen that one before. It's new from 2015 so that explains some why as I was never looking in the new stuff, our last Sunline was built in late 2006. I will add that manual to our files section. Good for others for the future.

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Interesting. For some reason a lot of the Canadian spec Sunlines stayed in the US market.

I'm not sure if it affects back then, but on the 2006/7 Sunlines, there's a household light switch in the kitchen area- this switch controls the microwave and electric element on the water heater. Apparently Canadian campgrounds don't have an electric grid capable of both? So they put the switch on to regulate and only let you use one at a time. It's sort of a three way switch, one way for microwave, one way for water heater, and in the middle for both off.

So if you have that switch, that's what it's for. The water heater will still work in gas mode with the microwave on, it's just for the electric element option.
Yes. It has that switch... unfortunately for me.
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