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RE: Jayco Precept 35s electricalissue

Are you leaving your bay lights on when you leave the coach? Ppl often forget those because they are not apparent.....Dennis
Executive 03/29/20 10:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What is MISSING from your RV Park?

An open sign and toilet paper in the bathrooms..:W..Dennis
Executive 03/29/20 10:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: how good are the 2005 safari simba,s

Not meaning to sound snarky, but isn't it a little too late to be asking?? :W sorry I can't help.......Dennis
Executive 03/28/20 05:38pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Access to Grey Water Holding Tank

Winnebago Plumbing Diagrams...Dennis
Executive 03/26/20 06:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Backup & sideview Cameras

You will get better results if you deal with Marcus Lemon, 1-800-626-3636. Had a issue with a store and got good results from higher up. Explain that the catalog shows a suitable one. They usually assign someone that will see it thru. Agree...if you can get through to him....Dennis
Executive 03/26/20 06:35pm Camping World Service and Installation
RE: Unusual tire wear

IMO the tires should be inspected by a reliable tire shop. If they are 22.5 tires, I'd use a shop specializing in truck tires....we can't offer you advice on the safety of those tires without a visual inspection. They may be safe, but they just as well may be dangerous. Don't compromise the safety of yourself, your family and those who share the road with you....Dennis
Executive 03/25/20 09:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need Wiring Diagram-Super Slide Side-2004 Fleetwood Bounder

This should be posted on your previous thread. Several answers there. When asking for assistance be sure to "subscribe" to that thread. That way, whenever anyone posts a reply, you're notified. Asking for the same assistance on several threads becomes confusing and often redundant. Please check your earlier post...Dennis
Executive 03/24/20 11:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2004 Bounder New To Us Has Issues We Need Help With

Executive 03/24/20 11:24am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire recall

A sudden loss of vehicle control increases the risk of a crash. Yokohama will notify owners, and dealers will replace the tires, free of charge. The recall is expected to begin March 31, 2020...... Well, that's comforting.... Dennis
Executive 03/21/20 12:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is it time to trip

Those who promote no traveling haven't spent a summer in the Valley of the Sun...:B.....Dennis
Executive 03/19/20 12:03pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How are others facing issues with the Coronavirus?

Good, precise and informative reading HERE.... Dennis
Executive 03/19/20 12:01pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Black water tank completely full and won't drain. Help pls.

There's no indication the OP is interested anymore. unsubscribing now. Maybe he's "fixed" it and he's still in the shower. https://i.imgur.com/e9lWymNl.jpg
Executive 03/17/20 10:44am Fifth-Wheels
RE: I weighed my rig. Need help with math

I'd go with the 5000/5300 springs. In order to determine the correct psi for your tires, we'd need the tire size. You've already given your estimate of your weights. To be more accurate though, I'd wait until I was ready to go camping and have the coach weighed then. I usually weigh mine at a Flying J when I fuel up. $11 and you have accurate axle weights. Then simply look at the chart and air up or down accordingly. I've linked the chart below. Airing to the max will jar your teeth.....Dennis Inflation tables
Executive 03/16/20 08:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black water tank completely full and won't drain. Help pls.

Nothing like a frazzled new dad with a plugged up toilet. First off, welcome to the forum. Next, think about what you've got. A simple plugged up toilet. Augers, hammers, chisels etc. are NOT going to 'fix' it. Accept the fact that it's going to be a messy and stinky job. Get some gloves and some old clothes, send the wife and kid to the store or to her mom's. They don't need to see or hear what you're doing. You'll most likely need to have some bleach solution nearby for cleanup. The ONLY way you're going to be able to fix it is by disassembling the gate valve. Start with the cabling system and remove that. Simple to do. Next, there are four screws that hold the gate valve together. When you remove those screws the slide will be exposed. Most likely the rod has broken or come unscrewed. Either way you can then manually move everything out of the way to allow the tanks' contents to spill out. If there is a diaper or some other item in there you should be able to clear that out as well. If there was some foreign item causing the blockage then you should be able to reassemble the gate valve and you'll be good to go. That is, unless you've damaged it with the hammer etc. Reassemble in the reverse order. Once everything is back in order, you'll have to give the tank a really good cleaning. From what you've posted, it sounds like most of the liquid waste has been drained so a lot of what's left is going to be solids. Hot water will be your friend, and lots of it will be necessary to clean it out correctly. Never use chemicals in an RV toilet. Lots of water is all that's necessary. Stuff like Rid-X is not for RV toilets..waste isn't in there long enough for it to do it's thing. I would attempt to fix this asap as the longer the solid waste sits there, the more difficult it's going to be to remove. A wet diaper is easier to move than one that's molded to the tank and dried there. Best of luck...you might want to have a friend videotape the 'event' and post it on youtube.....Dennis
Executive 03/16/20 11:29am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Aladdin System

You realize you can install 2 display panels? One in the water bay and the one up front. Some people like to have the water bay display when they are filling the fresh tank or dumping the tanks. I would not run the inside display up front. I would install it in the center cabinet area above the existing tanks. You don't need a dash area display. You are more likely to use the display in the Kitchen center area of the motorhome than having to walk up front to the Dash to see your tank levels. The Aladdin jr system was a fancy "Bell and Whistle" system Monaco installed. ALL to the front Dash display. The higher end full Aladdin had an extra display in the bedroom. Doug Thanks Doug...yes, I too have the bedroom display. That said, SeeLevel is coming out with an upgrade, most likely next month. Display goes in the wet bay and viola! bluetooth on your cell phone...should be about the same cost as having two display units. We will wait and see....Dennis
Executive 03/16/20 11:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tucson FMCA Cancelled

Cancellation is going to be a nightmare. Lots of contracts signed well beforehand, lots of refunds going to have to go out. At least they had two weeks. I heard many State Parks are closing now too. It will also be interesting to see how the stores will fare. Lots of empty shelves. Buy from China and you can't get the mdse to restock your store. The ones who purchase US goods are still stocked. Seems like every election year we experience some type of world ending event. Sure glad the killer bees, fire ants, SARS, swine flu etc etc. didn't get me. Interesting times for sure.......Dennis
Executive 03/15/20 10:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Aladdin System

I use 14 gauge and just installed a system on a 2020 Tiffin 340 last Wednesday, to interface with the Factory Spyder system. Doug That works for me. Thanks for the info...Dennis
Executive 03/15/20 10:33am Class A Motorhomes
RE: My 12 lights and other appliances do not work from battery

Since you apologized to LadyRVer, I'm assuming you received a PM from her for your snide and rude answer to her post. I've learned in my 75 years on this planet NEVER to assume anything. Just the fact that someone took the time to read your post and respond, no matter whether it was helpful to you or not should at least warrant a thank you nod. That said, the easiest way to post a picture is to click on the link below, drop, drag or search for your photo and enter it in the box. Cut and paste the link it provides into your post. Nothing else needs to be done. Be sure to hit Ctrl D to bookmark the link for future reference.....Dennis Photo posting
Executive 03/14/20 11:04am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Aladdin System

Yes, that black thing is the sensor. Question? Are you changing them because you do not like them or because they do not work? They can be removed for careful cleaning as they do have a very thin clear membrane in them. Ours are accurate and I have cleaned them about every two years. Once calibrated, they do the job on all three tanks. If you have a bad one, they can be purchased direct from he manufacturer cheapest at www.catconproducts.com and look for RV-Sensor. Catcon may also have a level gauge available that could be installed right in the bay. Just another thought. Hope this may help a little. Have a great day Dennis. Happy Trails Bert Bert, the Aladdin system, IMO, isn't the best in the world. It may have been at one time. Since they no longer are in business, I'm hesitant to throw good money at it at this time. Mine hasn't worked well since I got the coach. The electric screen has never worked and the tank screen at one time did but now all I get are xxxxx. Tried to reset it and nothing. It appears the TIN doesn't respond. Rather than try to fix it, for a couple hundred bucks, the 709 seems like a better route for me. I appreciate the link though....Dennis
Executive 03/14/20 10:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Aladdin System

Thanks everyone so far who have responded. I've ordered the 709 system today. Doug, I questioned the 18ga wire also. In talking to the tech at Garnet, I was told 18ga wire is ok if you're mounting it in the wet bay which is a run of about 8'. Since I want to run it to the front of the coach, 14 or 16 should be used. He also mentioned I should use quality wire such as motor wire. I'm thinking my run will be around 60'. 14 or 16? Any issues with the heavier wire? I'm leaning toward 14ga. TIA....Dennis
Executive 03/14/20 10:41am Class A Motorhomes
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