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Old 04-21-2008, 07:01 AM   #1
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Well, it took me more than 3 months from time of purchase in AZ to get this unit home where I can really start learning/diagnosing. I have many issues but some of them I'll try to correct myself, so I won't overload this post. This is a 2007 36' Cayman. I have found several times all of the clothes that hang in the rear closet down in a heap on the floor. I do notice that when a bump is driven over at freeway speeds the whole unit bounces and rebounds. Is this just a characteristic of a 36',two axle, four air bag chassis? Or is this a symptom of something else like the ride height is adjusted too high?

On a previous post I asked about the pressure/flow coming from the galley sink. It was suggested by several of you to clean the strainer at the faucet outlet. I did but that wasn't the problem. I have good pressure and flow up to the faucet connections. It is the device itself. I noticed that there is a backflow preventer valve built in to it. I wonder if this is causing a clog?
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Well, it took me more than 3 months from time of purchase in AZ to get this unit home where I can really start learning/diagnosing. I have many issues but some of them I'll try to correct myself, so I won't overload this post. This is a 2007 36' Cayman. I have found several times all of the clothes that hang in the rear closet down in a heap on the floor. I do notice that when a bump is driven over at freeway speeds the whole unit bounces and rebounds. Is this just a characteristic of a 36',two axle, four air bag chassis? Or is this a symptom of something else like the ride height is adjusted too high?

On a previous post I asked about the pressure/flow coming from the galley sink. It was suggested by several of you to clean the strainer at the faucet outlet. I did but that wasn't the problem. I have good pressure and flow up to the faucet connections. It is the device itself. I noticed that there is a backflow preventer valve built in to it. I wonder if this is causing a clog?
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Welcome home Greg!
I think you must have missed this post that made mention of that.
As far as the hanging clothes...well Sacs said to just turn the hanger so that the hook is facing towards you..but I found that I prefer this instead...

It snaps onto the wood rod...
Good Luck getting your stuff done...

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<BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by MonacoMama:
Welcome home Greg!
I think you must have missed this post that made mention of that.
As far as the hanging clothes...well Sacs said to just turn the hanger so that the hook is facing towards you..but I found that I prefer this instead...

It snaps onto the wood rod...
Good Luck getting your stuff done...

MM </div></BLOCKQUOTE>Pretty nifty idea, MM, where did you pick them up from?
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You said you had low pressure/flow coming from the galley sink. Check the filter under the sink. It most likely needs to be chaged.
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