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Old 03-05-2013, 02:32 PM   #1
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2002 Summerwind Camper 911S

I just bought this camper in November but didn't have much time to use it.
Now I cannot find the location of the batteries. There are two of them. I called the person I bought it from and he said I have to take the camper off the find them. I find that very unlikely. So every time I need to check a battery I have to take off the camper. Can anyone help me here.
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Old 04-09-2013, 09:29 PM   #2
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Batteries

They are on the passenger side and are accessible two ways... the way you say thru a door inside of the bed or... this is cool.. pop up the cushion on the dinette seat.. the part that sticks out next to the fridge.. if you "Carefully" lift off the wooden seat covering (just the thin plywood top) there is a door to the batteries under that you can access from inside the coach to service or access charging etc. you may have to pull out some small brad nails but it all can be slid right back into place when you are done. If you want a picture I can take one and post here.
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Old 05-14-2013, 11:20 PM   #3
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Can I ask you guys a question??

We just bought a 2002 Summerwind 911S...however we can't figure out how to turn the inside shower on. Every other RV we have had has had a little thing you pull up to switch over. I'd appreciate any help you can give us! Thanks!
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Old 05-15-2013, 07:30 AM   #4
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2002 Summerwind Camper

We also own a 2002 summerwind camper and love it. We just took a
15 day trip from Colorado to the Gulf and we enjoyed it so much.
Your shower should come on as soon as you turn the knob hot or cold.
Also check the shower head if it is turned off there. Good luck Have fun.
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Old 05-16-2013, 07:50 AM   #5
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Thanks for responding! We LOVE ours as well...just as nice if not nicer than the Eagle Caps and Arctic Foxes we had been looking at! The only drawback is the lack of information available on them. Thankful for forums such as this! As for the shower issue...ours is directly attached to the bathroom sink and when I turn on the water, the sink faucet runs. I was looking for a cutoff switch that would direct the water to the shower nozzle instead. I realize now that my question wasn't clear before. I so appreciate any help I can get on this....we leave on a 12 day trip to Wallowa Lake and Hells Canyon in just about a month.
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