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ds53652

Is the heater supposed to shut off automatically?

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ds53652

Does everyone else's heater shutoff automatically after a certain amount of time? It does this no matter if on high or low. :unsure:

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tvano

nope, my motor will run as long as the switch is on (and the battery holds up).

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Bill_AirJunky

Is your heater controls integrated into the MUX switches? Or separate like they've always been?

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ds53652

It's integrated into the mux controls. It has off, hi and low settings.

Is your heater controls integrated into the MUX switches? Or separate like they've always been?

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tvano

i didn't notice that you were in a new boat.

i have no idea how it should act.

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Bill_AirJunky

Just a guess as I haven't messed with the MUX switches at all. But maybe it's a programmable setting?

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ds53652

Not that I've seen Bill, but I'll ask the dealer as well. From the mux standpoint, there's no "programming" other than adding it as a button. Unless there's some hidden menu on the mux switches somewhere. Hmmm...I'll keep digging and see what the dealer says.

Thanks!

Just a guess as I haven't messed with the MUX switches at all. But maybe it's a programmable setting?

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Lance B. Johnson

Just an FYI, You probably won't get any heat out of it while the engine is off anyway.

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