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Old 01-08-2017, 06:54 PM   #1
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Wizard Mode Button

My electrical button has a green light that blinks. In order to reset it there is a small red reset button which if you push the button then green light glows steady. It is labeled "Wizard Mode Button". Does anyone else have one of these and know what it is for?

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Old 01-08-2017, 08:02 PM   #2
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By "my electrical button" you mean that in your distribution center, that distributes the 12 volt and 110 v power to components in your Redwood, the indicator light is flashing?? That is a feature found on many Progressive Dynamics PD4500 Series Power Control Centers. Their wizard charges the 'house' batteries at different levels based on their need. You can override that mode also. Suggest you look at the attached pdf. Redwood also used other distribution panels, so this may or may not be the one in your rig. There are settings for boost mode, normal mode and storage mode.

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Wizard Mode Button

Sorry, when I stated "my electrical button" I meant to say breaker box panel.
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