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RE: question about my AC cycling on and off

you can easly find it online...but here are the cliff notes ;) Fan Speed Press the On/Off Mode button until the fan green LED is lit. The LCD will show “Lo” (Low), “Hi” (High) or “Au” (Auto). Press the “+” or “?” button to select the desired fan speed. See “Special Features” on page 11 for more information on Auto Fan. page 11: Special Features Auto Fan When auto fan is selected the fan speed will vary depending on the difference between the temperature set-point and the room temperature. In auto fan the compressor and fan cycle On and Off with the thermostat. When the difference is: >5º The fan operates on HIGH <4º The fan operates on LOW What they don't tell you is... the compressor will still run while the fan changes speed...also you may have it changing back and forth until the temp is reached.
Learjet 07/06/15 07:04pm Tech Issues
RE: question about my AC cycling on and off

read the "special feature" in the Thermostat manual...
Learjet 07/06/15 05:21pm Tech Issues
RE: RV inspections

So everybody knows Louisiana now has the inspection law on a rv. The big problem is finding a place I can get a 37' trailer in and out of....I think I'll chance a ticket.
Learjet 07/06/15 05:15pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: ready for a better hitch...B&W or Anderson Ultimate

Great debate guys, and thanks for keeping it civil ;) I really like backing up and watching the handle on the hitch go CLICK and knowing that I'm connected. That is really fun and easy after 10 years of a TT. On the other hand, the Anderson has a lot going for it, with extra clearance for my short bed, solid connection..etc...but...heck I still don't know...about going back to a ball, it all makes sense on paper...but aesthetically its hard :R
Learjet 07/02/15 06:26pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: new truck hitch

looking at a new to me truck with a b&w turnover ball gooseneck hitch. we are getting a 5th wheel camper and i understand that i need to get the companion 5th wheel hitch. do i need the slider with a shortbed 3/4 ton chevy Maybe, what brand and model year of 5th wheel?
Learjet 07/01/15 02:52am Fifth-Wheels
RE: ready for a better hitch...B&W or Anderson Ultimate

I spoke with Curt tech support today, and they confirmed that 1/4 " is about a normal slack tolerance with the jaws around the pin. Sounds like you have the slide bar model of the Curt 16k hitch. It's VERY secure...if the bar is across the pin in the back...you are locked in. The down side is that there is some slop with a slide bar hitch. If it is the Slide bar version there should be a tension rod at the back of the hitch head that is supposed to take some of the slop out. Thanks! Jeremiah No slider, play in the head and too much leg to base rail play also. But the sliding back and forth on head is what bothers me. Just checking as mine were missing on installation, but are there 1/8 inch rubber bushings at each rail pin location between the hitch and rails? If not you definitely need them, as my Q20 would "clunk" each time we had a momentum change and almost 1 inch of head movement. After placement of bushings no issue at all. I called Curt they sent them out for free. It is however a definite design flaw they are fixing with these bushings. I went through several packs of the rubber pads, they are made for the slider units, not my Q16 with base legs. The small foot print of the solid legs chews them up in one trip with the small foot print that contacts the base rails.
Learjet 07/01/15 02:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: ready for a better hitch...B&W or Anderson Ultimate

I spoke with Curt tech support today, and they confirmed that 1/4 " is about a normal slack tolerance with the jaws around the pin. Sounds like you have the slide bar model of the Curt 16k hitch. It's VERY secure...if the bar is across the pin in the back...you are locked in. The down side is that there is some slop with a slide bar hitch. If it is the Slide bar version there should be a tension rod at the back of the hitch head that is supposed to take some of the slop out. Thanks! Jeremiah No slider, play in the head and too much leg to base rail play also. But the sliding back and forth on head is what bothers me.
Learjet 06/30/15 05:10pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Oscillating lights

Anybody know what would cause the 12 volt lights to start oscillating? Battery failing and out of water and/or bad converter.
Learjet 06/29/15 07:34pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: High electric bill for no reason

30 amps (3,600 watts) x 24 hrs per day x 10 cents per KWH = $260 per month Boy I miss Louisiana. My lowest tier in CA was 19 cents/KWH and if you turned on the ligths you bumped into tier 2. Tier 4 was 39 cents. I managed to stay in tier 3 except the dead of summer. Moved to RI and they raised rates 25% to near CA rates. ouch !! I just checked my last bill 11 cents per KWH with all taxes.
Learjet 06/29/15 07:28pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: f150 versus f250

bigger brakes on the F250 and a heavier truck (weight) to control trailer better.
Learjet 06/29/15 03:30pm Tow Vehicles
RE: CFL bulbs

I wonder if the timer uses a mechanical or electronic switch? The ones with electronic switches often leak a small amount of current to the load when shut off, relying on the load of an incandescent lamp to pull down the voltage. If an electronic device (like cfl or led lamp)is the only load, weird behavior can happen. Edit: The post above this one came in while I was typing. I'm essentially saying the same thing as beemerphile1, as quoted above. Ditto ^^^ FYI..I don't know what is worse on the site sometimes, the reading comprehension or the electrical advice/guessing :W
Learjet 06/29/15 03:27pm Tech Issues
RE: High electric bill for no reason

30 amps (3,600 watts) x 24 hrs per day x 10 cents per KWH = $260 per month
Learjet 06/29/15 03:19pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: ready for a better hitch...B&W or Anderson Ultimate

I spoke with Curt tech support today, and they confirmed that 1/4 " is about a normal slack tolerance with the jaws around the pin.
Learjet 06/29/15 03:13pm Fifth-Wheels
ready for a better hitch...B&W or Anderson Ultimate

Story: I'm not happy with My Curt Q16 hitch, lots of slop starting and stopping, chucking on un-even roads...althought this might not be the hitches fault. When Starting and stopping I can see the pin box slide on the hitch head about a 1/2 inch or so. This is a new hitch and a new 5th wheel trailer ...my first. I have bed rails, no problem with them...So I'm thinking about getting a better hitch to use with the rails and my 12,000 lb 5th wheel trailer. I have narrowed my choices to the B&W Patriot and the Anderson Ultimate connection rail version with safety chains. I see many good post on each, but what about choosing between the two?
Learjet 06/28/15 08:50pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: AC cycling...Maybe??

Probably the fan automatically switching from high speed to low speed. Mine does similar. I have the single unit Dometic digital thermostat. Can be set to hi, low, or automatic. Yep, same here
Learjet 06/28/15 06:14pm Tech Issues
RE: Never Fail Spring bushings

you will know when they are worn...that's when the squeaking starts.
Learjet 06/26/15 07:29pm Tech Issues
RE: AC outlet with USB charge port

A lot of those built into outlets only have a 1A charge rate so they aren't strong enough to charge many smart phones. Heard this story before. Our Iphone 6 came from Apple with 0.5A charger. My Apple Iphone chargers are 1.0 amp or 5 watt.:h
Learjet 06/26/15 07:28pm Tech Issues
RE: Is this normal or a suspension problem

next time once you get to your parking spot, after backing at angle, pull up a foot and back up a foot...repeat if necessary...this will take the side load off the wheels.
Learjet 06/26/15 01:27pm Tech Issues
RE: A/C problem

We have the same problem, it is your digital thermostat and two Tecks have told us that it was suppose to do that. I don't like it either but it how it is suppose to work, don't know why they just said that it was the digital thermostat. Good Luck and happy camping I guess that is why the call it a "special feature", the problem seems to be when the temperature is right at the change over point between hi and lo, they should have done something different with the software in the T-stat to prevent this. The work-around is don't use AUTO until the temperature is reached in the RV and has stabilized. My New RV in my sig. has done this since day one. I have 2 units with separate T-Stats and they each do this.
Learjet 06/20/15 06:34am Fifth-Wheels
RE: A/C problem

Mine operates as Learjet described. Shuts down the fan for a few seconds when changing fan speed when fan is in auto. Ok...so is there a bunch of defective control boards for the Dometic AC's ?
Learjet 06/19/15 03:19pm Fifth-Wheels
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