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MrMudstud

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Lobstah wrote:

And speaking of wheel covers, I lost a nut, as well as the actual funny sized lug that goes behind it. Anyone know where we can get those? I believe my lugs are actually metric. Jim


The only hope that I can think of, is to check with different dealers to see if they have an extra one. Of course there are 2-3 different sizes and designs. Maybe if you are lucky, you could contact the manufacture to get one. Did you try e-bay? Good Luck


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Any of you have experience with a leaky sky light causing damage to the ceiling? It seems my insurance covers it but want to ask you guys for an opnion first before I knock on their door. I had the MoHo stored for a while and for some reason a skylight cracked and water ruined a big portion of the ceiling. It also looks like I have some mold now.


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Not had skylight problem but have a problem with the vinyl ceiling separating from the foam backing. No evidence of water but will have to foot the bill on this one. Anyone else had vinyl ceiling separation?


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Do the newer pace arrows have propane auto shut off valves? I was testing the stove to see if I was getting propane but nothing! suggestions?
Sigh. It never ends.

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seatec wrote:

Do the newer pace arrows have propane auto shut off valves? I was testing the stove to see if I was getting propane but nothing! suggestions?
Sigh. It never ends.


I am positive that they do. Things to check: Are the salesman's switches closed? Are the batteries charged? Is the Propane Leak Detector turned on (below the stove near the floor)? Is the main valve at the tank turned on? If you have one, is the valve at the stove on?


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Jim is right on the money. No batts, no propane. If you have batts, what does your tank monitor say? What does the valve on the tank say?

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Salesman switches??? I feel so ill informed. Tank is full. Main valves is open. No valve at stove. Leak detector on. house batteries on with power. I did disconnect the engine compartment battery.

PS. AM having the Geico insurance adjuster coming out today to see if the damage is covered.

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Salesman's switches are the common term for the battery switches in many RV's. They operate the main solenoids that power the RV from the batteries. Mine are labeled 'Main' and 'Aux' and are above the door. Most are near the door. They shut off (most) power to the RV so the batteries don't discharge as rapidly if the rig is sitting for a period of time. But keep in mind that there are parasitic loads even with the switches opened, like for the radio memory. Or the memory of modern electronic engines or transmissions.

The solenoids that they control are generally in or near the battery compartment in or near a large box labeled 'Battery Control Center' (BCC) or similar. These solenoids are special...they have magnets that hold the solenoid in an open or a closed position so they only need temporary power to operate...which is why the salesman's switches are momentary.

What damage are you talking about? Confused. And what did removing the battery have to do with the stove?

* This post was edited 01/18/13 03:24pm by Jim@HiTek *

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oh those switches. thanks for the ino

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Did anyone ever replace that flexible kitchen sink drain hose that flexes between the kitchen slideout and wall. Trying to find where to get one.


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