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  1. Jeffreys
    10-25-2018 03:25 PM
    Hi. My email is: Jeffstrum@gmail.com Thank you Bruceisla
  2. VP Chianese
    Looked at your About Me. Are you in Motor Coach Resort in PSL? Or what ever we call it now.
  3. haynurse
    01-30-2016 01:34 PM
    Good day Bruceisla I saw your post on how to do a bug screen. You had some great ideas. I am in the process of making one for our 1999 Holiday Rambler. It is going great so far. I also made a shade screen for the front windshield. This will help when the sun is out of the west. Thank you for the great ideas.
  4. wallypeach
    Hola Bruceisla

    I have a Holiday Rambler (98) quick-fill valve leaking and overfilling the water tank. What valve did you select to replace the swan quick-fill with? I have seen the posts regarding a faulty check valve but Im not sure how that would over fill the water tank.

    Thanks, Steve
  5. buck454
    10-12-2013 06:59 PM
    I installed new ES Relay/Solenoid a couple of weeks ago and this afternoon installed Amp-L-Start. It has been about three hours and unit still shows to be charging Chassis Batteries. I am a little concerned that it has not switched over to Maintaining Mode but perhaps it just takes a while to get proper charge to CBs.

    Thanks for asking. Hope ALS is all I expect.

  6. mrock
    04-21-2013 05:52 AM
    Thanks for your input. On my unit you can scroll through all settings. Auto, high and low with no appreciable change. You can tell when the compressor kicks in there is a very slight change in speed. Can you determine a difference between your high and low speed fan? On mine there is no difference. That is why I think I have my low speed fan out. There is two fans in my two A/C units low and high. I have found some documentation from Coleman Mack that trouble shoots low and high fan problems. I would not have a problem with this except for the noise associated with running the A/C on high all the time. Appreciate any input you may have. Thx Marty

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    Alexandria Bay, NY
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    2005 Newmar Essex 4502, 2013 Caddy SRX
    1997 HR Endeavor 37, CAT, 1996 Geo Tracker


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