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RE: Mirada Select Steering

Since the only dumb question is the one not asked; What is 'CHF'?
Nodaker 08/14/21 08:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: New 5er, fresh water

There should be a setting in the valves that will let the onboard water pump suck water from a bucket (or jug) into the system for winterizing. There then may be another setting that will suck the water into the fresh water tank - that setting would be used to draw water mixed with bleach into the tank for a full sanitizing of the system. That setting can be used to replenish the tank from a bucket. I can't believe the tech you talked to in the original post didn't know how set the valves!
Nodaker 07/25/21 07:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: Help with hooking up

Perhaps a little more explanation would help (as would a power jack): 1. Extend jack to raise tongue above the hitch ball. 2. Back tow vehicle to place hitch ball directly under the coupler on the tongue. 3. Retract jack to lower tongue onto the hitch ball - then lock the coupler. 4. Extend jack to raise the tongue enough to lock the WD arms in place. 5. Retract jack, finish connections (safety chains, electric, break-away brakes) You should not have to lift the tongue to put the coupler on the ball and by using the jack you need little or no force to properly connect the weight distribution arms. If you bought from a dealer they should have gladly showed you the whole process. If not, find a neighbor or acquaintance (or even a random camper) to show you how to use power to avoid having to use super strength.
Nodaker 03/14/21 07:47pm General RVing Issues
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