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Old 06-18-2017, 08:56 AM   #71
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Yes, the kitchen sink is on the passenger front slide
The flexible sink drain hose, under the right side kitchen cabinet bottom, can loosen or break from the slide movement. You can access this area by lifting the bottom floor inside the right cabinet and taking a look at the condition of hose and if floor is wet at connections. My leak was there and nearly shorted my heating system and leaking inside basement before I fixed it by reengineering a new hose system.
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I will look, my rear furnace does not come on, where is the fuse for that? How would i access for service?
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Simple first: Check to make sure you have actually turned on the rear heater and at a temp setting to achieve this. Check fuses and breakers located inside door on side of master bed.
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Old 06-20-2017, 06:58 AM   #74
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I also had an issue with mine not working and pulled the exterior cover loose and managed to reset it there. I don't recall exactly what it was that I managed to reset but it did the trick.
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The battery switch has three positions, green is on, what are the other two? Just got done compounding and waxing the entire unit, took almost 2 days, gonna take two days to recover.

My TVs are unable to program them selves with the antenna setting, I'm wondering if there's any other trick to it other than selecting antenna on the box.
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Leaking outside coach

I have a water drip just before the right rear wheels. The bathroom is above this and I can find no access. Its clear water so i suspect its from rhe sink. There is no sign of a leak inside. The outside of the coach is the tv, radio compartment. Does anyone know if I can take the white press board off to get access and a look at what might be leaking.
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Found the leak coming from the lav sinks. Moving on to the furnace.
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Found the furnace problem, the fan motor is seized for the rear furnace, ordered a new one. Repaired another pipe leaking on the gray tank.

Noticing lots of shoddy workmanship from the factory. Been repairing things for two weeks.
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I don't know if any one else has this problem but the pipes draining into the gray tank had broken off at the connection. They used ABS male adapters into 45 elbows, the adapters broke at the connection to the tank as you can see in one of my photos.

They repaired them with some sort of flex tape where they separated. These RV dealers and repair facilities more often than not, have the biggest bunch of hacks working there. Better to just fix it yourself, they rip you off anyway.

I assume they are breaking from vibration and movement, not a well engineered system. I repaired them with PVC street 45s, pipe, and rubber fernco couplings. The ferncos will allow for vibration and small flexing. If you hard pipe into the tank, it breaks the ABS adapters. They obviously had issues at that factory. Being a licensed plumber and heating contractor, I could have showed them so many better ways to do this.
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Looking good for a 2009
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I have a water drip just before the right rear wheels. The bathroom is above this and I can find no access. Its clear water so i suspect its from rhe sink. There is no sign of a leak inside. The outside of the coach is the tv, radio compartment. Does anyone know if I can take the white press board off to get access and a look at what might be leaking.
If it is set up like mine, you can open the sides and view the tanks. See if the connections are severed going into the gray tank. Send me a picture, I will tell you what you need and how to fix it if I can.
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Very nice job and good looking Legend. I will look at my connections.

Just replaced both headlight units and added LEDs then replaced rear light units.
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My next problem is my driver side front slide the bottom left corner will not pull in fully up to about a half an inch I'm trying to figure out how to adjust it, this just started.

Replacing the motor in the heater that does not work today. Putting new switches and all the little eyeball lights don't work.
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Replaced the motor in the atwood heater, the lower exhaust fan was seized to the top of the chamber , so I got it free put a new motor and everything is spinning OK but I'm getting a constant flashing red light on the control board. I switched control boards to see if it was the board and it's doing the same thing I'm wondering what that constant flashing red diode means?
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