Since there does not currently seem to be a Jayco owners forum, Moderator Frank has graciously allowed this thread. It will be for discussing Jayco related questions and comments. Anything not Jayco related will be deleted. Sounds more than fair to me. Thank-you Frank!
Maybe he closed it for one of the following reasons...check one only!
( ) Doesn't like Canadian Bacon!
( ) Doesn't like Jayco Designers!
( ) Doesn't like Dodges!
( ) Doesn't like the fact that your selling your house and going on the road, and he can't yet!
Say it ain't so, Frank!
My posts shouldn't be taken for factual data. They are purely fictional, for entertainment purposes and should not be constituted as actually related to scientific, technical, engineering, legal, spiritual or practical advice. Amen.
NOOOOOOOOOOOOooooo, We still need our link, We haven't picked ours up yet!! The link has kept us informed of EVERYTHING we need to know about our upcoming delivery. PLEASE bring it back....Pretty Please
Ed & Elizabeth
2007 Dodge Ram 3500,QC,LB,DRW,4x4 w/6.7 CTD (BlueTec), 6 speed auto, Factory Exhaust Brake
B&W companion hitch over sprayed in liner
2008 Jayco Designer 35RLTS, Onan 5500, Polar Barrier
OK let's use this one as the new designer 35RLTS thread. Now back to draining the potable water tank.....I did like CHV_FRK said and it worked just fine. Like he said the water is slow coming out the drain tank. Need about a 18 pack of beer while you wait. However I took the 4 screws that hold the valve to the bottom and let it hang straight down, lo and behold the water comes out much faster. The santization went very smooth.
2006 Dodge 3500 Cummins Diesel,one ton dually,4x4,Jake Brake
2008 Jayco Designer 35RLTS Owen & Phyllis and our Australian Shepard Cody