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RE: Thor Super C (Chateau/Four Winds) improvements and mods

Just checked mine and they are only bolted
Yosemitebobr 01/10/16 11:58am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Black tank flushing

I had a Dolphin years back, it came with one installed, plastic, pressure broke two units, yes I should not use such pressure, but then a brass one was installed and as long as I had that motorhome, never broke another unit. What seemed to happen was the pressure would blow out the back flow valve. But, being how I can get to my tank on my new MH right from the waste bay, I shouldn't worry about it so much. So a camping world I will go. Thanks
Yosemitebobr 12/30/15 10:01am Camping World Accessories
Black tank flushing

OK, so I've seen the different flushers example; Tornado, but, is there one that is made from brass and NOT plastic? I want to install one, but not a plastic one, including the jet mechanism. I would also change the style of hose hookup to the type used in our MH now. So, again, is there one made of brass fittings?
Yosemitebobr 12/30/15 09:50am Camping World Accessories
RE: What did you do to your Class C MH today???

Ah yes, today was installing EMS-HW50c hardwired from Progressive Industries surge protector. I don't remember it being so hard to bend those #10 wires around in the small box the last time :) But it all works, only three hours.
Yosemitebobr 12/28/15 04:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Roof mounting solar panel

Has anyone tried STICKY FEET? Again, I don't want to screw anything into the roof until my warranty is up. Check my first post for phot of dimpled fiberglass roof. STicky feet As I mentioned above, you get a lot of wind especially traveling at 60 - 75 mph, I for one, would not want to have that wind pulling up on the panels, as this could pull the TPO away from the plywood it is glued too. What is worse, warranty will not cover that problem if it was to happen.
Yosemitebobr 12/13/15 12:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Purging air from the water pump - How to

Found more info coolmom42 you hit it on the nose: OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENTS With pump switch off and battery fully charged, fill water tank, open all faucets and then turn pump switch on. Water will begin to flow. Until the water is free of air, turn faucets off. Remember, you are filling the water heater, the toilet and the shower lines at the same time. When all valves are shut off, pump will stop. Should the pump fail to stop, turn switch off and check troubleshooting guide. I just went out and turned everything back on to try it out. Everything delivers great, I think it is me, just a different sound that I'm not used to.
Yosemitebobr 12/11/15 07:17pm General RVing Issues
RE: Purging air from the water pump - How to

I found my paperwork for the water pump. It's an ARTIS Model #PDS1-130-1240E that is all that is on my paperwork Artis PDSI-130-124 Fresh Water Pump 40PSI The Artis delivers steady and reliable water pressure for the entire RV. Delivering steady flow up to 3.0 GPM, giving you good working pressure along with great reliability. One of the safety features are thermal and over pressure protection, as well as the pumps capability to run dry with no damage. The Artis has been tested and approved by Underwriters Laboratories (UL) to meet both the US and Canadian standards. ARTIS has engineered patented four-chamber design, which improves efficiency while maintaining stable water flow. The ARTIS self-priming feature allows a suction lift up to 6 feet. It has been designed for easy installation and trouble-free operation. In addition to the pump it self, ARTIS strainers are built to keep your tank protected from harmful debris. An integral o-ring creates a tight seal, eliminating possible leaks. The Artis is a quiet UL-Listed RV potable water pump with patented diaphragm design. 12 Volt DC Service Setup: - Self-priming to 6-feet suction - Pump able to run dry without damage Your Price : $62.80 Item Number : N10-0073 Manufacturer : Artis Manufacturer Part No : PDSI-130-124
Yosemitebobr 12/11/15 07:07pm General RVing Issues
RE: Purging air from the water pump - How to

To all your questions, I'll have to answer kind tomorrow it's dark now and cold outside, I'll wait for daylight tomorrow, I will also try turning everything on as I did not do that, I did leave the kitchen faucet on but no change, I'll go for all, and yes, I idid install in the correct direction, but thanks for asking I did look just to make sure :) Until tomorrow I'm done for tonight.
Yosemitebobr 12/11/15 06:48pm General RVing Issues
Purging air from the water pump - How to

OK, so I have a new pump, but now it is making a heck of a chatter, beyond the pumping noise. I assume it is air, so how do I purge the air from the filter/lines. It doesn't seem to go away just by running it, just keep chattering.
Yosemitebobr 12/11/15 04:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Roof mounting solar panel

What would worry me about just being glued onto the rubber roof all that surface that wind can get under, could lift both the panel and the rubber away from the plywood under the TPO.
Yosemitebobr 12/06/15 10:45pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Roof mounting solar panel

I used seam sealing tape (don't have the name until I get home) it's about 4" wide. I cut pieces for each foot and put that on the roof first. Then I laid the panels (four 100w panels) on each pad and put two screws in each of the legs. It's supprising what wind can do. Then of course I put dicor over all that. I drilled a hole through the roof into the center of a wall (I must have measured a dozen times) and hit it perfectly, and put went to the floor next (also measured a dozen times) putting the controller in with the inverter. The remote I ran back to the wall where all the other remotes are. Took from 8 in the morning to about 4 in the afternoon.
Yosemitebobr 11/24/15 08:15am Class C Motorhomes
RE: combiner box for solar

Well, I'm back, different RV now a Super C and doing the solar install all once again. This time I'm going with 400w - and I believe the PWM controller over the MPPT. Once again, I need a better set up than I had last time. Last time I had two 100w panels for 200 w with a MPPT controller.
Yosemitebobr 11/21/15 10:18pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Calif RV Show & 2016 P-Way B+ Models

Enjoy your new home away from home. We also were there and found a Super C we just bought from Giant RV.
Yosemitebobr 11/05/15 11:13pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: combiner box for solar

Thank you all for your input, it is very useful, now to put it all together. I'll be back I'm sure :)
Yosemitebobr 05/26/15 09:41pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: combiner box for solar

Bend, while I fully agree with you, I was hoping to do parallel for the benefit of one might get some shade, I still have the other to pick up the difference, in series, if one gets shaded, the other will drop accordingly. I'll have to look into this more, as you do have a point well taken.
Yosemitebobr 05/25/15 10:02am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: combiner box for solar

thanks ralphnjoann
Yosemitebobr 05/25/15 09:13am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
combiner box for solar

So is anyone using a combiner box for two 100w solar panels. What I see I really don't need it even with hooking them up parallel. I going into a MPPT20 charge controller. Using the system for battery charging only - no inverter. I do plan on putting one 20A fuse just before the controller
Yosemitebobr 05/24/15 10:24pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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