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Old 06-13-2014, 09:10 PM   #1
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Couple Snags Disco 40E

1. The right rear burner on our propane stove does not light. No propane seems to be coming out of the burner, even tried with a match, all other burners and oven work just fine. Idea's?

2. Have the factory KVH automatic dome. Being the campground won't take kindly to me and a chainsaw... darn trees, would a traveller or similar work better? we are at 49nx123w. Azimuth to the sat is 114 @ 23 degrees. We do get strong signal when in the clear.

3. When using hot water (only) get a whine/rumble in the system...

4. Lastly, is there a water saver in the shower line, cause the pressure/volume sucks. I know not like a home, but should be better than a dribble!

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You can lift the top of the stove up. It hinges in the back. That will expose the lines going to the burner and you can see if there is anything blocking it and that everything is lined up properly. They're pretty simple. The only way to get around trees is to get a portable system you can move into the clear or pick a spot without trees. As far as the rumble goes, you probably have some air trapped in a line. Open each hot water faucet including the outside shower and see if clearing it helps. Our shower head has a shutoff button on the handle. You can try cleaning out the screen. If the unit is new, its not uncommon to have some junk from manufacturing get caught in there. Im sure others will chime in with some more ideas.
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