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RE: Frozen broken water pipe

Looks like he could find the leak by removing the covering underneath the trailer and crawl under it and take a look? Anyway I hate to hear that anyone has that dilemma. Hopefully this will remind him to turn the water off to the trailer next time when he leaves it especially for long periods of time. I should also mention that the water heater should be turned off when the water is shut off to the trailer.
HappyTrails2U2 01/09/14 07:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Totally confused trying to buy travel trailer

If you're only going to be spending a little time in the spring and fall in Montana I believe just about any of the travel trailers on the market will work. Of course you'll burn more propane during the cold nights in a travel trailer that is not a 4 seasons trailer but you should be comfortable enough. I would think that the temperature would rarely ever get into the single digits in the fall and spring in Montana and if they did it would just be a short period. We live in our travel trailer 3 to 5 nights a week while I'm working out of town and the past few days it's been down to around 10 degrees F. here. We've been very comfortable but the furnace did run full time at night and we burned 30 pounds of propane during the past 4 days plus we ran a 1500 watt space heater in the bedroom at night. If you spent very much time in the cold weather in a trailer that is not insulated for it then it will get expensive but in your case it sounds like you can pick up and leave at just about anytime after your seasonal job is done. My advice is to take your time making your decision on which travel trailer to buy because after all you are going to be spending a lot of time in the one that you chose. There's thousands or probably 10's of thousands of used travel trailers for sale at any given time so don't let a salesman make you think that if you don't buy the one he has on the lot right now that you'll never get another one. Good luck to you and keep a positive attitude. After all new adventures should be fun!
HappyTrails2U2 01/09/14 07:34am Travel Trailers
RE: Pump question?

I checked for valves near the pump yesterday evening when I got back to the trailer and there are no valves to be seen near the pump. The pump is underneath one of the cabinets in the bathroom and all that is in there is the pump, water filter, and lines and no valves. I'll check for power at the pump when I bring my tester back next week.
HappyTrails2U2 01/08/14 08:01am Travel Trailers
RE: the 3 most important charecteristics of your TT to you

Big bathroom with tall corner shower. Big bedroom with walk around bed(no climbing over each other in order to get out of bed to go to the john in the middle of the night) The mores slides the better along with at least a 15K A/C unit. Did I mention BIG BATHROOM?
HappyTrails2U2 01/07/14 08:27am Travel Trailers
RE: Am I going to regret my decision?

Instead of being able to do 80mph up the mountain you'll only be able to do 75 now. I guess you'll just have to live with it. :W
HappyTrails2U2 01/07/14 08:10am Travel Trailers
RE: Pump question?

Are the valves by the pump open? It may have a by-pass or winterization kit installed. Ding! I think you're on to something. I hadn't thought of that. I'll check and see when I get home from work tonight. Thanks.
HappyTrails2U2 01/07/14 07:49am Travel Trailers
RE: Pump question?

Has the pump ever worked? Check fuses? Do you have power to the switch? Do you have power to the pump? It's never been used since it was new. I didn't have my tester with me to see if there was power to the pump or not. Fuses looked good. Evidently there's power to the switch since the light came on when I flipped the switch.
HappyTrails2U2 01/07/14 07:45am Travel Trailers
Pump question?

Howdy folks. I've been gone for a while but I'm back now and I've got a question about my water pump. We've had our Rockwood 8315BSS for 4 years this month and we've never used the water tank before since we've always been hooked to the campground water. We plan on taking some trips in the near future where there won't be any water to hook to so this past weekend I filled the water tank and turned the pump switch on the control panel and turned on the water faucet to try it out and nothing happened. The pump is not running. What dumb thing have I forgotten to do? Thanks in advance.
HappyTrails2U2 01/07/14 07:36am Travel Trailers
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