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RE: Power Gear Level question... manual retracting?

Does your Power Gear controls not have, front /back/ left /right buttons if so just press retract or extend and the side you wish to adjust .you do not have to press retract all to do this
A1B00902 03/19/14 09:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replaced cooling unit - now getting too cold

Did you adjust the slider on the fins inside the box. that maybe the problem,may need to go up a little
A1B00902 11/18/13 10:49am Tech Issues
RE: Motorhome water pump issue

I have a fuse in line right at the pump
A1B00902 11/13/13 12:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Freezer icing up

It's your door seals If they do not stop air entering rhe freezer compartment when closed it will never stop icing up
A1B00902 08/29/13 10:55am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Buying in the US

I purchesed a class in TUCSON all the paper work was sent to the US side of the border, by the dealer and has to be there 3 days befor you can cross in to Canada The unit has to be driven out of state, by them, with you on board,to a Notary Public, the dealer have all this under control You will get a 90 day permit so as to drive back to the border or have a short trip first At the border 1: You stop on the US side first to de register the unit take 10 mins 2: You then proceed to cross the border and declare your purchase 3: You will then need to goinside to pay GST took me 15mins 4: next to an office to setup an inspection, 20mins mine was done at Canadian Tire 5 mins max All they did was to count the tires and charge an inviro. tax Paper work will be sent you from Canadian Tire by Email next day you can now get insurance, and pay PST you most likely will need to set up how you plan to pay them In US dollars I had a certified cheque, but you could setup a cash tranfer to a bank nearby
A1B00902 08/16/13 12:59pm Snowbirds
RE: US satellite reception for a Canadian in the US.

As above, Shaw Direct will work any where down south, I swiched from BEL, and told Shaw that I will be traveling south for the winters ,they told me, no problem, BTW you can also put the service on hold for up to 180 days, if you do not require it while not traveling
A1B00902 07/03/13 06:47pm Tech Issues
Slide problem

I have been having a problem with one of the slides on my 05 Fleetwood Pace Arrow On occasions {4 times} the bed room slide did not want to come in, if I leave it for about 15 mins then try again it some times works other time it took 45 mins This has happened while still on shore power also normal practice is to have engine running while putting slides in/out The motor is an electic unit by Power Gear A dealers told me the motor needs to be replaced, no suprise there. I have also heard that there could be some kind of relay switch that has an auto reset,that is why it take the 15 mins to reset any one have info on this Mike
A1B00902 07/01/13 02:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Motor Home

check the posts on the batteries. may be corroded ,and need cleaning
A1B00902 06/11/13 10:25am Class A Motorhomes
RE: No power question

Just went through something simular, check my last two posts it was the tranfer switch gone bad
A1B00902 06/10/13 07:58pm Class A Motorhomes
ELETRICAL

Hi all My post from last week I have a 2005 Pace Arrow on a Chev Workhorse four 120v outlets are dead. it just happened today, they are one over the couch, one under the dinette table, one for the washing machine, one for the converter I have checked the main 120v fuse panel none had blown Could only find one GFCI outlets in the wash room Finally found the problem it was the tranfer switch, not the converter , found it under a draw in the bedroon closet replaced it now every thing up and running again
A1B00902 06/09/13 06:41pm Class A Motorhomes
electrical

Hi all I have a 2005 Pace Arrow on a Chev Workhorse four 120v outlets are dead. it just happened today, they are one over the couch, one under the dinette table, one for the washing machine, one for the converter I have checked the main 120v fuse panel none had blown Could only find one GFCI outlets in the wash room Went through all outside bays only found one in the park water/outside shower bay one behind the reffa one in a rear bay five outlets in the bed room one in the washroom the only GFCI one for the microwave above the fridge one in the galley by sink two up front each side of TV one by co pilots feet total of 17 Any ideas where else I should look have been at this all afternoon Mike
A1B00902 05/31/13 09:11pm Class A Motorhomes
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