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RE: Parts

The inverter for the TV is just to the right of the TV. (12 Volts DC to 120 V.) The Battery charger may be under the Fridge (120 Volts to 12 VDC) You can find info on Winnebago website.
GPWayne 03/31/14 03:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leveling with hydraulic jacks

NOW.....NOW, BOYS! COOL IT! OK
GPWayne 03/19/14 04:41pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How long for your air pressure to drop?

You have a small leak. You should have it checked. Because if the leak is in an air bag it will only get worse. That's not a good thing when on the road. Most likely it is a fitting or a valve leaking. But you need to know and get it fixed. I have replaced three valves in the last three years and an airbag last year. (08 Winne) Two weeks since I pumped the system up, dumped the tanks and refilled the air bags and let it sit with no jacks down. It's just like I left it. Getting ready to go.
GPWayne 03/15/14 06:54pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Power Gear Levelers

Resetting Auto Level System......... Turn the coach ignition to the accessory position. With the coach in a level attitude press and hold the ALL UP, BI-LEVEL FRONT and BI-LEVEL REAR buttons simultaneously. You should hear an audible beep. Turn the control ‘on’ and all four indicator lights should now be lit indicating the level sensor is showing the coach to be level. If all four LEDs are not illuminated, repeat last 2 steps. (NOTE: Coach must be level first.)
GPWayne 03/13/14 12:57am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago Destination

We own an 08 Destination on a Frightliner chassis with a Cummins. Has worked great for us. Baja, Mexico, North East Coast US and Canada and last year Alaska. No problems Just do standard maintenance and all is fine. I don't know about the gas model, but it should be OK. Winnebago builds good rigs and supports thier products. Good Luck.
GPWayne 06/13/13 07:40pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: bathroom light

Hope you have a multimeter....If not, buy one and learn how to use it. Very basic tool for working around a motor Home. Also check the grounds. I once had a switch fail....That kept me going for a while.
GPWayne 06/04/13 12:05am Tech Issues
RE: electrical

Look for a breaker on your inverter/charger. Some 120 volt circuits pass throught the inverter even though they are not powered by the inverter from the 12 Volt battery bank. Were you able to open and reset the GFI,,,,Must have power to reset. You didn't say what circuit was not powered. Good luck >>>Please report back on what you find so we all can learn.
GPWayne 06/01/13 01:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Road handling issues

The front end probably needs an alignment! X2 First things first!
GPWayne 05/27/13 10:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Norcold frig Question

Frost will stop the icemaker. Easy way to defrost is to turn Fridge off. Open only the door where the icemaker is, remove food and defrost with a hair dryer (Stay back about one foot and keep moving so you don't damage the plastic parts) takes about 5 or 10 minutes. Clean up the water and dry the walls with a towel. Then turn unit back on and replace the food. High humidity (in the coach) causes this. I have had the same problem when traveling.
GPWayne 05/27/13 10:10pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need an entry light lens

If all else fails. I would replace the bulb with an LED. Then cut flat plastic to fit the opening and bond in place with seal. Done with care, it would look better than new.
GPWayne 05/22/13 12:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: step question

Welcome to the forum.
GPWayne 05/22/13 12:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Working under my Class A

NO! Use jack stands and/or wood blocks. Don't trust the leveler jacks. No big deal changing tranny oil and filter.
GPWayne 04/28/13 10:53pm Class A Motorhomes
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