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Old 10-15-2013
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Default Redi Line circuit transfer switch

Does anyone know where the transfer switch is located for the redi-line / inverter circuit that supplies the power to the ice maker? Mine will not work off of the inverter side of the power, and I am assuming it is a relay issue, as it works fine off of the 120v shore power side.

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The relays for our Redi-Line were under the kitchen sink. Removed the unit a long time ago replaced with inverter/charger...Way more efficient. Left the relays in place... does not interfere with inverter/charger.

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I cannot find it under the sink. Any other ideas?

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I cannot find it under the sink. Any other ideas?

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Seem to remember mine are mounted on drive side wall behind the access panel below the sink maybe top left. No two coaches exactly the same
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you have to take the back wall out from under the sink,its peg board and has a few latchs,easy to get out.
Once you get the cabinet cleaned out!
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Since you are not providing us with ALL of the information that we need, if yours is a 1982 FC35RB like mine, you may find the relay inside the shore power / generator control switch compartment right inside the entrance door on the left, look above the switch and to the back, that is where mine is located.
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Richard, I just happen to be disabling mine as I have a new Magnum 2800 charger/inverter. I had to replace the relay a while back (2006?) because I was getting no 120 V. Mine is under the kitchen cabinet. It has a relatively large brown cover, covering an electrical box. See pics...

Guys, what do you recommend that I do in disabling this relay? Wedge a piece of plastic in the relay or disconnect the wiring?

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Guys if this is the old Potter Brumfield 12V/120V relay (non electronic) with contact points then there is a new electronic replacement. Just use the words in this post for a search and you will find WOG threads on it.
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So I have searched both under the sink and where the manual electrical input selector switch is, not in either of these areas. Mine is a side bath with cruise airs. When I was working on the Middle cruise air a couple of years ago I remember a relay in that wall compartment that is right behind the dining foom table. Any chance it could be in that wall? It is quite a job to get in there so looking for any ideas still.

Thanks for all of the suggestions
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If I remember correctly there was a set of relays under the main electric panel in the rear closet in my FC35SB. Not sure what they were for or if it would be the one you need. I think it had a carpeted panel over it.
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