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Jim Bakker

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Posted: 01/23/12 06:39pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Lobstah wrote:


One of the areas that Fleetwood/Pace seriously fell down on.

Jim


Lobstah,

It's not just Fleetwood and Pace Arrow. At the recent FMCA rally in Indio I attended a seminar about the issue of fogged windows. Many of those attending owned high-end diesel rigs from highly respected manufacturers. The take-away lesson for me was that dual pane windows are not a good choice for use on a motorhome—too much flexing that will cause the seals to fail prematurely.


Jim and Suzi Bakker
Carmichael, CA

2004 Pace Arrow 36B, Workhorse W22
Ultrapower upgrade
2006 Honda CR-V


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@roln...yes, there are. But they're in Oregon, or Florida, or someplace a long long ways from me. With fuel costs what they are, makes more sense for me to do mine in the driveway.

Jim


2005 Pace Arrow 36D
Very Understanding Wife
2 Boxers
4 Cats

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I think the guy from Oregon is in quartzite. See if he will stop buy your place on the way back to Oregon. He made me that offer a couple of years ago. Sorry I forget his name.


We're in Arizona


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Subject: replacement Propane Detector

I get false alarms from my propane detector. If vacuuming it doesn't stop them I guess replacement will be necessary. CCI Controls is apparently out of business. If you have replaced your detector, what did you replace it with and where did you purchase it?

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I just took my old detector to the RV parts store and they matched up the wires to the old one. Don't remember the name of the detector.


Paul and Sue
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2006 Saturn Ion

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ROln,
I'm near Boston. I don't think the guy from Oregon is going to stop by Boston on his way home.
Helluva trip if he does.

Jim

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Oops thought you were in CA. Nevermind

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rolnhome wrote:

Oops thought you were in CA. Nevermind


No worries Hard to keep track of where everyone on these forums are

Jim

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Sorry for the probable repost but the search fucntion on this board has me baffled.

I have 2006 Pace arrow 37c. For some time i have had issues wiht the main and coach battery staying charged while on shore power. recently all my batteries are completely dead and now i dont even show power on the smart power panerl. i reset the breakers under the batchroom synch and checked the fuses thear are in the outside compartment next to the main entanbce door. i am certain i have power going to the coach. what else can i check? thank you

* This post was edited 02/12/12 01:04pm by seatec *


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2 Shepherds
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It sounds as if at least part of your problem is with your converter. Mine (36D) is located under the drawers in the kitchen, mounted to the floor.
The charging of house batteries and chassis batteries is handled by the converter, which passes power to the battery control unit, which charges both battery functions, house and coach.
Sounds like there may be a couple of things going on. Are you certain you have power coming into the system? My breaker panel under my bathroom sink has a 50amp main breaker in the center. Should have 3 connections...2 black and 1 white. You should be able to measure with a voltmeter set to AC, 120v from either black wire to the center white wire.
The converter is also on a GFI-protected plug/circuit in my 36D, so if the GFI gets tripped, it will shut the converted down and all of your batteries will eventually drain.
The only time I've seen "no power" on my Energy System control panel was when I had a loose neutral connection in that same breaker panel under the bathroom sink that the main 50amp breaker is in.

Let me know what you find...or if you have any questions about anything I've posted here in the reply.

Jimb

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