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Old 08-12-2012, 05:45 PM   #29
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I don't know? I looked today and didn't see were it could be done. If anyone knows, please pass it along. I don't think it can be done stock as delivered from factory.
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Old 08-15-2012, 07:23 PM   #30
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Fresh Water Fill

I am looking for someone who actually has a Jamboree who can look at the inside of their service door for a decal stuck to the inside of the door. See how you interpret the decal. Mine talks about filling the fresh water tank from city water by rotating the pump bypass valve. It also says to winterized by turning the hot water heater bypass valve. That I understand. I am hoping someone with a Jamboree can explain the decal.
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I own a Jamboree, what door are you talking about?
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Old 08-17-2012, 12:03 AM   #32
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I don't have that sticker.
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Old 09-18-2012, 12:07 PM   #33
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Ever figure the fill fresh tank from city water thing out?
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Old 09-19-2012, 04:56 PM   #34
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I did. I called Fleetwood today and that capability does not exist on the Jamboree. They have had several calls about this issue. They have been trying to get engineering to take the sticker off of the door because it only applies to some models; just not Jamboree. So, I told him "so here is another item i thought I was getting and paid for and did not get".
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I have to say though, the Anti-Sway bar really helped a lot. I am considering getting one for the front now. That should take the last bit of sway out. I can also tell the difference in the coach not rocking as much when walking in it or getting in and out.
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Hellwig sway bars on the way.
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Good for you. Let me know how it works out.
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I will let you know once installed and driven.
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Installed the front and rear sway bar from Hellwig. They are beefier than the stock bars. Install straight foward and easy if you have the tools. Test drive yet to come......

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Installed the front and rear sway bar from Hellwig. They are beefier than the stock bars. Install straight foward and easy if you have the tools. Test drive yet to come......
That's great. I am heading Out this weekend. I'm sure my ride is going to be much better. Probably going to put the front one on When I get back.
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Front was easier to install than rear, easier to reach for sure. You got to have a good size breaker bar for the two 18 mm bolts, but other than that, no problem.
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I can watch the DVD fine through the surround sound but cannot get the DVD to the rear TV. Nor can I get the TV to play through the surround sound.

My MH has HDMI from TV to the Sony. It also has Red/yellow/whitecables from the Sony to the TV Video Input.

If anyone knows the exact routing of thecables and which functions the swtch box needs to be in would be a big help.
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