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RE: No water in trailer...

Short term, if you can't solve the problem, fill your water tank and run off the pump. I already did that, and nothing still no water...:M
kennyd63 04/23/14 02:05pm Travel Trailers
No water in trailer...

After arriving at the CG, and hooking up to the city water. I found out that I had no water in the T.T. I removed the screen that is hookup to the T.T. to make sure that there was nothing blocking the screen. everything was clear. After removing the screen I notice there is a white plastic nipple and in front of it there is a metal spring I try to adjusted but I still do not get any water in the T.T. Please help!!:S Thank you,
kennyd63 04/23/14 10:24am Travel Trailers
Water pump!!!

Hello Folks!! I have a 2014 Minnie Winnie, Just got at the end of summer. I winterized that baby like the book was telling me to do . So I added the antifreeze to the fresh water tank and turned on the water pump just to make sure that the water pump had antifreeze in it. no I do not have a water heater by pass.. I'm leaving tomorrow morning on a trip. So I filled up the fresh water holding tank I turned the water pump, and I do not get any water coming thru the faucets. So I finally decided to hook up the garden hose to the city hookup OK now I'm getting water on every faucet. I still can not figure out what is going on with the water pump ( its running ) but it does not pump any water.:M any advise will be appreciated. Thank you all
kennyd63 04/16/14 12:24pm Travel Trailers
RE: First Trip Down

Congrats on your new T.T. I'm happy the whole family had a good time. keep on camping;)
kennyd63 04/08/14 11:44am Travel Trailers

DW and I traveled to MI yesterday and picked up our Passport 2920BH today. At 32' total length it was a white knuckle 7 hr trip back to IN today. I only hit one curb and had to move a rock to get it down the path to its spot at the storage lot. I had to adjust 3 times. Whew!!! Rooke I know. The best was we couldn't remember how to get the E2 off. :) That took a while. Q: While traveling back we kept bouncing a bit in our seat. Was I going to fast? I traveled between 55-65 on I-96 and I-69. Q: While traveling over bridges and concrete vice asphalt I felt a bit of push and pulling between TV & TT. Any guesses on what caused this to happen? As always, thanks for the input. Congrats on your new T.T. I hope you enjoy it , and remember HAPPY TRAILS>>>.:B Kennedy.
kennyd63 04/03/14 08:26am Travel Trailers

Good morning folks- I know this question does not apply to my T.T. And I know I may get some heat for posting this on this forum. But I have a question regarding my T.V. it is a 2009 F150 4.6 v-8. I live in the Chicago area and Wed morning at 2 am I had to respond to a emergency call from work. Well by that time we had several inches of very wet snow on the roads. I notice once I got to my destination it was very hard to get the truck in parking. which eventually it did. After getting home and parking the truck in the garage I notice that I was having problems placing the truck in park again. I finally was able to get into park but I decided to try to get it back to reverse or any other gear, it would not moved at all,I felt that the break was very hard to press down to release the shift. With that said is it possible that by the snow been so heavy it may of accumulated in the calipers therefore not allowing me to get the trans off gear? I have never had this problem before or have I ever heard of anything like this. Well the next morning I went to check if everything was ok, and sure enough everything is working fine. Even up to day. Any tips or input would be greatly appreciated .:o Kennedy>>>
kennyd63 03/13/14 09:49am Travel Trailers
RE: Just pulled the trigger!

We just finalized the deal on a 2014 Jayco Jay Flight 32BHDS!!!!! I fought with the dealer all week over minor things, but in the end I think I did OK. I wonder how the ol' 2500HD gasser will do with the heavier trailer ?? Congrats on your new T.T. enjoy it!! We are planning a trip down to NC near charlotte next month... Hope the weather is good.:B
kennyd63 03/02/14 10:06am Travel Trailers
RE: My New Camper

Hey, you're right abslayer, no pics no camper. Come on guys, give him a break.:W
kennyd63 03/02/14 09:58am Truck Campers
RE: Make reservation or not?

You don't say what time of year and if weekend. Those two factors determines reservations or not for us. Path1- This would be on April 18th a Thursday and hoping to arrive at NC mid afternoon Friday.
kennyd63 02/23/14 01:48pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Make reservation or not?

Thank you to all that helped with your suggestions... Kennedy>>>:)
kennyd63 02/23/14 12:46pm Class C Motorhomes
Make reservation or not?

Good Day all- The wife and I are planning a trip from Chicago to Charlote NC, we are planning on driving AT least 7 to 8hrs which is at least halfway before calling it the day. I have no intension on setting up the T.T. or disconnecting the T.V.we just want To rest and spend the night,then hit the road first thing in the AM. Should we make a reservation to a CG a week before , or should we just pick one on the halfway mark?:h
kennyd63 02/23/14 11:12am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Thought about switching to a motorhome

Before you make that investment? try renting a Class C and see how you like it. I agree with Dick... And don't forget the maintenance that comes with a class A or C we had a T.T. switched to class A, and now back to T.T. But like everything else is all about you preference and budget.. Good luck!!;) Kennedy>>>
kennyd63 02/22/14 07:32am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Fire Pit Question

I just gotta ask: what's wrong with good old fashioned wood? I agree with you naturist. There is nothing wrong with good old fire wood, not to mention the wonderful smell of burning wood...only my opinion...:B Kennedy>>.
kennyd63 02/16/14 12:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: How to test my alternator: SOLUTION

This is how I do it, I disconnect the positive cable from the battery and if the engine dies that means your alternator is no good...:W
kennyd63 02/16/14 11:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rosemont RV show

I wish we were going, but we just bought a new trailer and the wife said that she does not want to go because she knows that I will see something better or nicer and buy it which it means getting us in trouble.. So I hope you enjoy the show. I think we will go next year!!:o
kennyd63 02/15/14 07:07am General RVing Issues
RE: dead fridge - added

If this persist while on warranty I would insist on replacement. This may be a lemon...:M
kennyd63 02/02/14 08:17am General RVing Issues
RE: Winter Camping

That's why they put heaters in them If they put heaters in them for that I stay home!!
kennyd63 12/31/13 10:17am RV Lifestyle
RE: Please Don't Hate Florida

After viewing the included link from the National Weather Service, please don't hate Florida. Temperature Map Dog Folks I don't hate Florida I just hate the fact that I'm stuck in this forsaking city freezing my rear end!! I'm happy for you...:B
kennyd63 12/12/13 07:15am General RVing Issues
RE: Advise for a 100k budget

What extras are you talking about? I figured it was turn key 1) Voltage Regulator / Surge Protector - $250-400 2) 50 Amp Extension Cord - $125 3) 30/50 Amp Adapter Cable - $35 4) 10' & 20' Drinking Water Hoses - $ 5) 25' Non-drinking water hose - $ 6) Water Pressure Regulator - $ 7) Some type of toilet chemical / enzyme - $ 8) Sewer system - this can be as simple as one hose, or as expensive as a macerator and hoses - $40 - $400 9) Lawn chairs - 1 per person - $ 10) Mat for the side of the rig - $80-120 11) RV GPS - $250-350 12) Pads to stop levelers/ stabilizers from sinking into the ground - $ 13) Leveling materials - either wood planks or lego type plastic blocks - $ 14) Regular 25' 120V extension cord - $ 15) RV collapsible kitchen equipment - the wife will want some to save storage space - $ The list goes on and on. Yes, the MH is turnkey - and the seller might even provide some items in a starter kit. But you will find you want many extra items. Others can add to the list. The individual items really don't matter - what does matter is that you will be spending a lot of money in addition to the purchase price. Also in Texas - the $90,000 rig comes with 6.25% sales tax additional - $5,625. I get the shakes when I hear all this expense....Not for me...Got rid of our gas guzzling money pit ...I love my travel trailer
kennyd63 12/09/13 04:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: water in cold weather

If is not a heated storage I would be real careful. Therefore I agree with 2oldman....
kennyd63 11/16/13 11:28am Class A Motorhomes
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