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Old 12-31-2007, 11:10 AM   #29
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We have a 2005 34F and really like it. We have put on over 35,000 miles with trips to Alaska, the Canyonlands in Utah and Nevada, and this year from Florida to Nova Scotia. For the most part it is well designed with things located where they should be. The tank gages aren't hidden behind cute little doors so you never look at them. The drivers controls are all logically arranged and reachable. It's a nice coach.

One thing you need to do is locate your slide controllers (enclosure looks like a vertical pillar just to the left of the engine battery). Then buy yourself some 25 AMP slo-blow littlefuses. If the fuse blows - and the big slide puts a heavy load on the circuit - finding a fuse is really hard. Nobody stocks them and you really have to search. Ours blew in a campground just outside of Montreal this summer. The campground host had just the right wrench to let me crank it in by hand - something you never want to have to do. It's really difficult.

It took a couple of days of searching in Niagara Falls to find the slide controller and the fuses. Once I changed the fuse the slide worked well again.
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Old 12-31-2007, 12:10 PM   #30
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In reply to JerryB54 about the awning. We purchased a power awning and that was the only mistake that we made with the Bounder. It works OK if low wind and little rain. Otherwise, not the best BUT you can not all ways get everthing right. this was not our first MH bur first basd awning. Safe traveling!
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