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RE: Northern Lite.

I am in the market for a used Northern Lite 9.6. Does this forum have a classified section? Does anyone know of one that is for sale or dealers west of the Mississippi who usually have a good stock in hand. I know of Toms camper land, but any others. Thanks. Go to iRV2 forums.
cavie 01/26/21 05:01am Truck Campers
RE: Posting

Northern Lite is an iRV2 sub forum.
cavie 01/26/21 04:58am Forum Posting Help and Support
RE: Curt Rockerball

Anybody used one of these yet? I saw them for the first time in the local farm and fleet store yesterday. Looks like it's got a small amount of shock absorbing capacity for a trailer that chucks back and forth. one of what?? I see no picture or link to anything.
cavie 01/26/21 04:53am Towing
RE: Drip

flex tape as a temporary fix.
cavie 01/24/21 06:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Basic Question About AC Power Wiring

Sounds like a transfer switch problem. Open the TS and check with a voltmeter while you are having the problem. Get to the wire connections. Also check all connections in the 120-volt breaker box.
cavie 01/24/21 05:13am Tech Issues
RE: Basic Question About AC Power Wiring

I am guessing you have the truck camper with 30 amp shore power and no genset. I would start by checking the connections in the 120 volt AC power distribution panel. Pay close attention to the neutrals (white wires) in the back of the panel. I would suggest getting some electrical de-ox grease. Disconnect each wire, one at a time, check for brittle or melted insulation. If there is enough slack cut this portion off. Apply a good coat of de-ox grease, and re-terminate. Check connections on the circuit breakers in the same manner. Check the shore power connection in the small junction box. Make sure those are clean and tight. Coat connections in de-ox grease. Your cord may go straight to the 120 volt AC panel. Careful about using the AC and microwave at the same time. Check the cord body on the shore power cord for any signs of melting or black blades. OP stated that he has a transfer switch so not likely a truck camper
cavie 01/24/21 05:04am Tech Issues
RE: Intellitec energy management system

Ranger Smith is correct. The intellect has nothing to do with the t-stat. It senses total amperage and turns off the electricity. .
cavie 01/23/21 07:47pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Federal Mask mandate

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cavie 01/21/21 09:01pm Public Lands, Boondocking and Dry Camping
RE: Adding Heat Strips

If you add heat strips you must add wire and breaker to carry the extra load of the strips. Also, thermostat to control them. Not a DIY job.
cavie 01/19/21 06:55am Tech Issues
RE: 12 volt DC problem

if this is an MH did you accidentally turn off the battery disconnect?
cavie 01/16/21 04:44am Travel Trailers
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