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Old 04-23-2015, 09:43 PM   #57
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GUMP, what valve on propane you talking about?

Please only show pictures for the questions you need answered, and not pictures with many following questions about all kinds of items you need answered.

This eliminates much confusion about what questions/pictures you need answered.

Or at least number(1,2,3, etc) your questions, so we can answer that particular question.
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Old 04-24-2015, 10:15 AM   #58
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GUMP, what valve on propane you talking about?

Please only show pictures for the questions you need answered, and not pictures with many following questions about all kinds of items you need answered.

This eliminates much confusion about what questions/pictures you need answered.

Or at least number(1,2,3, etc) your questions, so we can answer that particular question.
Your sentence about the propane and the red thing that pops up when empty. I thought you meant there's a valve there to switch between tanks. Maybe you just meant you turn on the other tank when the other is empty.
I'm good on all the questions up till the last pictures of a city water check valve now.

The Dometico fridge now works after I installed the Dinosaur P711 board. Very easy swap.
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Old 04-24-2015, 10:19 AM   #59
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Are you familiar with Sharkbite style push-on fittings? They make plumbing repairs in tight places much, much easier.
No but thank you. I'll check them out.
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Helpful thing to know when filling the fresh water tank: Pull the tiny plug next to the filler cap. I kept taking a bath when I'd pull the hose out. It was like a busted gushing fire hydrant. I thought it was one of those fill it slow tanks.

Caulked the roof and other areas.
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Very nice looking trailer sir. I was extremly lucky when I got my 86 HR Imperial MH. Both previous owners kept ALL paperwork associated with the MH. I have all the manuals for everything, even aftermarket additions. I even have tire and oil change records plus detailed personal notes from the former owners. I have the same converter and water heater as you do also.both original. I am thinking about replacing the converter due to being old and constantly humming. I love seeing the potential in mine when I see pictures like yours. Thanks.
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Very nice looking trailer sir. I was extremly lucky when I got my 86 HR Imperial MH. Both previous owners kept ALL paperwork associated with the MH. I have all the manuals for everything, even aftermarket additions. I even have tire and oil change records plus detailed personal notes from the former owners. I have the same converter and water heater as you do also.both original. I am thinking about replacing the converter due to being old and constantly humming. I love seeing the potential in mine when I see pictures like yours. Thanks.
I changed out the converter to a new one as I didn't like the thought of it frying the battery which the only bat that fit was a group 34 car battery. Whatever deep cycle they put in there in 84 doesn't seem to exist anymore.

I never tried the propane on my water heater as someone added the electric mod to it and that works.

It is a really cool trailer. I've been spending my days polishing it with 3m finesse it polish and then waxing. Looking really good. Haven't gone camping yet but working on it and collecting all the necessary camping gear is fun. The month of July and I'll be camping with it. Can't wait! Good luck to you with yours!
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I am looking for taillight lens and the support arm for the back awning and refrigerator. These are the only things missing from my 1981 HR Presidential. I will appreciate any guidance you can give me.
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