I've had several flat tires on my fifth wheel, and AAA always responded to change the tires without any problems.
On the one time where my truck actually broke down, they sent a flat-bed to tow my truck, and they also sent someone with a Dodge 3500 to take care of my fifth wheel.
I have never had a problem with AAA. I do have the RV Plus package. So far, I haven't seen a need to get the Good Sam coverage as AAA has always been there for me.
I have a Challenger 34SAQ fifth wheel that has a console mounted on the wall to display the fill levels in the holding tanks. Apparently, I have one black tank and two gray tanks. This worked fine last year, but for some reason when I press the button...nothing. I thought it was a blown fuse, but checked all the fuses and breakers in the main panel and they were all fine.
I still think it's a fuse somewhere, so if anyone has a trailer like this, or something similar, can you please offer any advise as to where it may be? Everything else seems to work, near as I can tell.
(FYI - from my last post, I had a water leak that turned out to be from the outdoor shower. The whole inside area behind the shower got wet, but when I fixed that I don't remember seeing a fuse in there.)
Thanks to anyone that can help!
So we took the fifth wheel out for the first time this season. Attached the water hose, turned it on, and heard what sounded like spraying water. After about 10 seconds, water started pouring out the bottom of the camper, between the frame and the shroud that enclosed the underbelly.
Turned the water off at the spigot, and you can continue to hear water spraying for about 30-45 seconds after the water was turned off.
Took a look and there doesn't seem to be any easy way of removing the shroud to see what's going on under there. The only things I know for sure is:
1) the water hose was screwed on tight and was not leaking.
2) the shower was working when the leak was occurring. The leak was also occurring when the shower was off.
Does anyone have any ideas at all???
In the winter of 2011-2012, I did not take the batteries out of the fifth-wheel, nor did I disconnect them. Last spring, I ended up buying two new batteries. This past winter, I took both batteries out and brought them in the house to keep warm, although no trickle charger.
SO my questions:
1) Am I likely to have to replace both batteries this season as well, or was bringing them in and keeping them warm enough?
2) Can I power up the fifth wheel with shore power without having the batteries installed? There's some work I want to do, but I don't want to put the batteries back in unless I absolutely have to.