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Old 05-02-2006, 08:48 PM   #1
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Thanks to Basil I checked my Diversion Valve and found it too was installed incorrectly. However, I still got no flush water to either tank as the in-line check valves were installed backwards.

I guess the flow direction arrows were a bit of a challenge.

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Thanks to Basil I checked my Diversion Valve and found it too was installed incorrectly. However, I still got no flush water to either tank as the in-line check valves were installed backwards.

I guess the flow direction arrows were a bit of a challenge.

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Old 05-02-2006, 09:40 PM   #3
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Sounds like they had a 50/50 chance of getting it right.It makes one wonder if the same odds were applied to our engine air intake and filter system. Check all your hose clamps in your air intake including the one to the filter minder. Shorts
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Old 05-03-2006, 12:13 PM   #4
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It seems like Alpine Coach needs to shake up their "QC" Dept.I have read about blown engines,Battery problems, electrical and water systems that malfuntion and on ..... I'm very
pleased with my GulfStream / SunVoyager , guess that is why there is not a GulfStream Forum.
So far (since Dec 2004) no major problems,,,,,
Hope it hold that way.
If there are other GulfStream owners, how about a Forum ??
Hope I get some feedback ...
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The difference between a Porcupine and a BMW ............
A BMW has the **** on the inside .....
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You must have looked at a 1907 Rig ....
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Come on fellas, the object of this forum is to help one-another; not to poke shots at each other and get in the last word. Gary
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Old 05-04-2006, 07:12 PM   #8
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Yeah and why does the gulfstream guy spend so much time on the Alpine forum. Go get your own!!!
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Hey Guys

We are all here for the same reason, our love of RVing. Let's stay focused and play "nice".
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Because, STRETCH,Alpine Coach is at the top of the "OWNERS" Forum, and, I read the topics. If you read my original post it refered to the fact that the ALPINE COACH , QC , that's QUALITY CONTROL, dept needed a shakeup with all
the problems the OWNERS were reporting. There are many interesting topics to read in the Owners forum section.
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