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RE: Refrigerator and/or sink and/or range in slide?

Eight years and no problems except fan failure once. Easy fix. And they DO NOT draw much current. There are propane powered buses with propane lines. Present day plastic plumbing is robust and we have not had one issue. If you like the floor plan, and the wife really likes it, buy it.
YC 1 01/19/17 06:52am Travel Trailers
RE: this is wierd! black tank senor problem

Find the sensors and make sure the red one has not fallen off. The sensors are not interchangeable according to the tech I talked to. You may need a hose designed for cleaning the tanks. The in tank sprayers clog often on some models.
YC 1 01/18/17 07:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any Snowbirds in Polk County, FL?

That is very close to me. We had one almost that big that cruised by our dock every day.
YC 1 01/17/17 04:18pm Snowbirds
RE: this is wierd! black tank senor problem

"I also found that a cup of liquid Dawn left sitting in the tank as long as possible seems to keep it clean," If you can take a drive it will help.
YC 1 01/17/17 10:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: this is wierd! black tank senor problem

If it is possible to get to the area where the sensors are you may be able to add an in tank sprayer. Just put a quick disconnect on a short piece of hose so you can switch between tank cleaners. For some reason they installed my sprayer in the opposite end which does fine for cleaning the bottom of the tank but the spray does not clean the sensor area. Even with that ours can act up like yours so I actually installed a deck access plate and can use my pressure washer. I also found that a cup of liquid Dawn left sitting in the tank as long as possible seems to keep it clean, We are full time and do not use any chemicals. Just plenty of water.
YC 1 01/16/17 06:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Vibrating 5er when doing laundry

I placed some anti slip material on the top, added a sheet of 1/2 inch plywood that reaches each side of the cabinet it sits in, and then installed a wood rail on the left but a tiny bit low so the pressure actually raised the right side of the top cover a tiny bit. Then I installed the right rail while pressing down on the cover. This stabilized the machine. It can still shake a bit but not nearly as much.
YC 1 01/16/17 06:21am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fridge warms up at night!

Thanks Doug. I appreciate the clarification.
YC 1 01/10/17 05:46am Tech Issues
RE: Fridge warms up at night!

Doug, My side by side Dometic does indeed have a defrost cycle.
YC 1 01/09/17 12:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Fridge warms up at night!

Does it have an automatic defrost? If the clock is not set it might be doing that late in the morning and just catching up as you get up.
YC 1 01/09/17 08:42am Tech Issues
RE: Fridge warms up at night!

Get the fans running. There may be two mounted high in the refer. A picture or two of the rear of the refer might help. Another thing that causes similar symptoms is a cracked drain tube or one that has been moved improperly. Warm air can enter a cracked tube and cause issues.
YC 1 01/07/17 06:22am Tech Issues
RE: Fumoto Valve

Getting 6 gallons of oil out is slow going but sure did save the mess once I installed the valve. Be sure to remove the filler cap so it drains faster.
YC 1 01/04/17 06:28am Tow Vehicles
RE: Dining plan or not at Disney

Disney forum Fort Fiends Allears Wife says this is the best site for checking out the dining plan. My wife, Tour Guide Barbie has planned all of our Disney trips for 30+ years. We are native Californians and at times had annual passes for both places. The airline trips became cattle cars and we left Calif. and now leave very close to WDW. The Fort is a lot of fun. With a two year old you will need to really be aware of how they wear out quickly. Being at eye level all day with, well the south end of north bound people they can get exhausted easily. Plenty of water.
YC 1 01/03/17 08:03am General RVing Issues
RE: Size of Alternator

I too believe your output is just not getting to the batteries. First see what the voltage is on the engine battery. Idle up a bit. Then try to find the path to the chassis batteries. If you want to prove it to yourself, just use a jump start cable from the engine battery to the chassis battery and you will see the voltage come up to the same level. Whatever type of device in between is not working properly or you simply have poor connections. Twelve volts has very little push factor and cannot go through much rust or corrosion.
YC 1 01/03/17 07:52am Tech Issues
RE: Emergency Severe Weather Notifications

Program the radio for ALL alerts versus SAME when traveling. Specific Area Meteroligcal Events or something like that.
YC 1 01/03/17 07:47am General RVing Issues
RE: Dining plan or not at Disney

Out of pocket and carry plenty of snacks to fill in. Carry your own water if possible. Take or rent a stroller for sure. Make it a double. Carry back backs and kids that can fit in it. If it is in the budget the Hoop De Do Review is a fun family show at the campground.
YC 1 01/02/17 03:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: exhaust brake issue

Another form of engine braking This is what is on my engine. It is NOT a compression brake nor is it an exhaust brake as we know it.
YC 1 12/26/16 04:26pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: exhaust brake issue

Your sig shows an 06 model. You comments say 2002? A 2006 probably is just as described and may use a variable ratio turbo for the braking. A 2002 may have a mechanical one and need lubing.
YC 1 12/26/16 02:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heater Fan wont cycle off

I am betting low voltage at the fan is causing the vane switch to not allow the ignition sequence to start. Time to check the voltage with the fan running right at the heater wires. Of course a quick battery check would be in order to start. The OP is NOT having a Lighting problem. They are having a fan NOT shutting OFF after a Heating cycle is complete. Doug ". I can hear the furnace burner shutting down and fan stays on." If the voltage recovers enough for it to light and come up to temp the voltage could be pulled down enough for the fan to slow and not allow the furnace to light again. I have seen this happen and you end up with a dead battery and cold rv. Low voltage is easy enough to check for.
YC 1 12/25/16 06:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heater Fan wont cycle off

I am betting low voltage at the fan is causing the vane switch to not allow the ignition sequence to start. Time to check the voltage with the fan running right at the heater wires. Of course a quick battery check would be in order to start.
YC 1 12/25/16 01:11am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Large slide squeals when retracting

Click here for Lippert I have electric slides so this probably does not apply to mine. This should be the electric one
YC 1 12/20/16 03:05pm Fifth-Wheels
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