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Old 06-03-2008, 03:30 PM   #1
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I was just out bleeding the air out of air tanks and when I bent over to turn the valve on the front one I noticed a bolt/metal screw laying on top of the generator. I found where it had fallen out of a piece of square frame work and reinstalled it. Thought I would check the others while I had the socket wrench in hand. Well guess what? all ten bolts were loose and I mean loose. No snugness to them.
Now I know that there are lots of different year and model Monaco products represented here but I would think that there is some basic construction and frame work that is common to all of them so you might want to check.
The frame I found the loose bolts on is located right above the generator and attaches to the firewall and goes completely across the front from side to side. The bolt heads were 10 mm is size.
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Old 06-03-2008, 03:30 PM   #2
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Howdy,
I was just out bleeding the air out of air tanks and when I bent over to turn the valve on the front one I noticed a bolt/metal screw laying on top of the generator. I found where it had fallen out of a piece of square frame work and reinstalled it. Thought I would check the others while I had the socket wrench in hand. Well guess what? all ten bolts were loose and I mean loose. No snugness to them.
Now I know that there are lots of different year and model Monaco products represented here but I would think that there is some basic construction and frame work that is common to all of them so you might want to check.
The frame I found the loose bolts on is located right above the generator and attaches to the firewall and goes completely across the front from side to side. The bolt heads were 10 mm is size.
Letsgoagain
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