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Old 08-13-2018, 08:41 PM   #1
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Question 1987 Satellite T1850 breakers

Hi. I am refurbishing the camper in the title and am looking for info on the 4 breakers next to the furnace. None of them are labelled and I was looking for wiring info to determine what each controls. Otherwise it will be trial and error.
Anyone have any info that can help? Thanks
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Old 08-14-2018, 09:08 AM   #2
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Sunline never published any wiring info, so what we have is minimal and pretty model specific. Unfortunately I think you'll have to do trial and error.

If your trailer is pre-wired for A/C, one of the breakers could be for that and not actually hooked up to anything.
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The AC will be 20 amps the outlet 15 some had a main breaker it will be 30 amp if there are 4 it possible someone added something or it does nothing unplug and take the box cover off and see what's wired. If it has a 30 amp it will be wired to the power cord it is used backwards and feeds the panel from the cord.
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Thanks for the help. I recall seeing a 30, 20 and a 15. I cant remember the fourth without looking again. I suspected the 30A was likely a main breaker, and was thinking one was probably for the furnace. There is no A/C on the unit. I will start with your suggestion to pull the cover and see if all are wired.
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Usually they were wired for the AC even if it had none. It will except 4 standard breakers it's a 60 amp 240 volt box with a jumper between the two poles making both 120 volts. The 30 amp will have a flexible #10 wire that will be the camper end of the power cord.
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