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Old 01-28-2014, 04:45 PM   #43
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Works well. One minute = 5 gallons.

Flows after hose reel through two cut offs, a one way valve, and a spring loaded flush lever to activate. Also has a cut off Y to supply a separate hose and sprayer
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If it is zone temperature it should adjust by zones. I took the ac vent out and stuck a piece of foam rubber in the duct to separate the two zones as they should be. I love it. DW can be 77 in the bedroom and I can be 68 in the living room.
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If it is zone temperature it should adjust by zones. I took the ac vent out and stuck a piece of foam rubber in the duct to separate the two zones as they should be. I love it. DW can be 77 in the bedroom and I can be 68 in the living room.
You sure come up with some good ones! In what vent did you put that foam?
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Thanks Finhawk

Placed the one between zone 1 and 2 and one between zone 2 and 3. I had to move them a few times so that they would work correctly. I will be at the coach soon and follow up with the foam measurements and locations.

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Have you had a chance to run it like that yet
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Have you had a chance to run it like that yet
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We have have it this way for 10 months now without any issues and we didn't separate the return. One zone will still cool another zone if the door is open.

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I must have missed something. What where you trying to do. I looks nice.
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Works well. One minute = 5 gallons.

Flows after hose reel through two cut offs, a one way valve, and a spring loaded flush lever to activate. Also has a cut off Y to supply a separate hose and sprayer
I must have missed something. What where you trying to do with this setup. I looks nice.
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When we first got our 42QD, we kept getting rub marks on the tile where the rollers sat. I cleaned the rollers real well and now we don't get the marks on the tile. We also make sure floor is clean prior to bringing in slides.
How did you access the rollers to clean them? My coach has tile floor and there are track marks and witness marks where rollres set in the tile floor when slides are in.

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How did you access the rollers to clean them? My coach has tile floor and there are track marks and witness marks where rollres set in the tile floor when slides are in. 37F Adventurer, co-pilot Gramma Joycee, 2 small dogs, Red Kia Soul on dolly.
With the slide in, I laid on the floor, lifted the carpet on the edge of the slide floor, looked under carpet, found roller, and scrubbed with a damp cloth. Once I cleaned all rollers as good as I could, I extended the slide about an inch, and cleaned again. I repeated the process until I felt I had the entire roller clean.

I probably should do it again, just as preventative maintenance.
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I replaced 60 complete Interior light assembly's and 7 (added one in the passenger front cargo ) cargo lights with the new 2014 LED technology. The interior light housings and globes look exactly the same. What an amazing difference. I will send more pics later.

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That must have been spendy. I replaced all the bulbs in the front living area and 2nd bath with LED's. The bedroom and main bath are being replaced as the others burn out. I really detest doing those over the kitchen counter!!!
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