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  1. Coachmeister
    I have 99 Monaco, Holiday Rambler. The door "stay open" latch/ limiter (above the door) is worn out which results in the door "closing" in the lightest of breezes and/or if the coach is little off level. The replacement cost is too high. I heard there was a guy who repairs the "originals" to better than new, using better parts and engineering. Do you have any contact info for this or a solution you can share? I can do the machining and have friends who weld professionally. Thank your for any help with this. It seems to be a pretty common issue.
  2. tredavon2100
    Hello, I am wondering if you know the whereabouts of the 1995 Gulfstream Ultra converter. Thank you!
  3. cburn
    10-21-2016 11:13 AM
    Hello I recently joined and have a question about converters. I have a 2004 Conquest Limited Edition Class C motor home. I recently replaced the chassis batteries which were fully charged according to the coach monitor and after using the motorhome for a few days noticed that the batteries had almost lost their charge even after being connected to shore power. Is there something further that should have been done after swiching the batteries? Recently purchashed this motorhome 2nd hand without much paperwork on the RV.
  4. dorloski
    08-18-2016 08:09 AM
    Hello I recently bought a 2005 38 ft. Country Coach on a Freightliner Chassis and having issues with the coach batteries not charging from the shoreline or the generator. They were recently installed new by the previous owner by a electrical auto business.

    I'm thinking it may be my transfer switch is not working properly. It does make a loud buzzing noise when plugged into the shoreline.

    Any suggestions?
  5. dferrell1
    my curb side rear slide doesn't want to retract on my Monaco diplomat 2004
  6. usmc2death
    Wizard, I've only been on this site for a short time. And you've helped me greatly thank you for taking the time to explain things to me and all you've had contact on this forum. Thanks
  7. usmc2death
    Hello Wizard, I think it was you who were helping another member out who had leaky roof issues. I too have the same problems. I have a 1992 Gulf Stream, Sun Clipper. What do they refer to as a rubber Bladder roof? And before I buy Eternabond 4" tape Will I have to prep the roof ? It looks as if their is a vinyl material that is pealing off in places. The sky light is leaking, Will I sealer made for mobile homes with metal roofs work on this type of roof? Thank you for your time............ John
  8. tourdasouth
    I have a 2006 winnebego tour fd. The circuit that is connected to the inverter ( entertainment center / wall outlets etc.) have no 110 power. Using a volt meter, I have tested the inverter control panel circuit breakers, the load center breaker, the inverter 30 amp reset breaker and the power going in and out of the inverter. all test ok. still no power to the outlets. any help would be appreciated.
  9. Chris Travels

    I recently became a distributer for Progressive Industries and can offer a 10% discount to members. How can I post this to the deals and promotions forum?

  10. spritz
    04-09-2014 08:08 AM
    Sir Can you help me? Please
    Originally Posted by spritz
    I have a American Industry's water heater I am trying to see if there is a rod in the tank that needs to be replaced I think its a anoid Rod? Do I remove the drain plug and try taking that out and see it? Maybe they don't have one I am not sure the manual doesn't say anything about one????
    Thanks for your wisdom...


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