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  1. ronnie_g
    08-30-2015 12:18 AM
    ronnie_g
    I was reading your post http://www.irv2.com/forums/f101/wron...ed-149445.html while looking for a way to dim my display.
    My RV has the updated display and at night it is so bright that I find it distracting.
    Do you know if the unit is wired so the backlight can be connected to the dash lights to allow it to be dimmed?
    Thanks for any suggestions you might have.
    Have a great day.

    Think this answers my question..... page #20 iRV2 Forums - Files - Medallion Instrumentation Service Manual (Spartan)
    Though till I do some more checking, I have to wonder why my unit does not dim with my dash lights.
    Sorry to bother you, I'll do some testing to see what is going on.
  2. SANMAN92
    09-01-2014 08:23 PM
    SANMAN92
    I have sharp 1874 with 59 sec problem. Need to see pics on how to remove. I have a 2005 Winnebago Journey.
  3. gdel64
    12-01-2013 07:49 PM
    gdel64
    Was looking at you posts about the Sharp 1875 Convection microwave install. You said there were pictures but i only was able to view one. I have a 2006 Itasca Suncruser which has the 59 second problem with the micro wave would love to see those pics before I pull it out. any chance of that?
  4. Hat-55
    06-05-2011 03:18 PM
    Hat-55
    It is a stock 300hp, 6 speed allison! I just put a stack muffler under it, a oil trap from pittsburgh power, a aFe power breathers from Brazel's RV ! I have heard I need to wait till 40,000 before put a programer on it? What might be your thoughts ?
  5. Hat-55
    06-05-2011 03:08 PM
    Hat-55
    Hello MrTransistor, You are the reason I joined ! I am new at iRV2, but was reading some of you coments on C7! I have a 2005 Ford 650, 30,000mi bought about year ago wiyh 17,000m1 !
  6. NMBeemercouple
    Nice meeting you today, and thanks again for indulging my curiosity.
  7. Shuffster
    You seem to be very knowlegeable about electronics. Perhaps you could offer me some help. My Parallax converter 3455 just died and let out a stink. Since it is out of warranty, I opened up the case, and immediately found the RT1 component fried. This appears to be a fuseable resistor (stand up type). The component is marked FH R515. Doing a little reading up on the use of such, the fuseable resistor is to protect the rest of the device by monitoring current, and failing if a bad overload occurs.
    If this is the case, can I simply solder in a new resistor, and more importantly, where could I find it?

    Thanks for any help.
    David Shuff 2006 Itasca Meridian SE

About Me

  • About MrTransistor
    City
    Albuquerque
    State or Province
    NM
    Country
    USA
    RV Manufacturer
    Itasca
    RV Model
    Horizon
    RV Year
    2004
    RV Length
    40WD
    Location (City, State):
    Albuquerque, NM
  • Signature
    Have Fun!! Mark & Donalda 04 Horizon 40WD no TOW 90,900+ miles and counting
    Triumph Bonneville & Susuki S40 on the back

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