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Old 06-27-2022, 06:00 AM   #673
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We have the 38' Endeavor, PBD. And i'm looking for advice on how to replace shower valves that are mounted in the corner with no access at all from behind the adjoining walls. One wall is an exterior, the other is kitchen slide. There has to be a way to do it without ripping out the entire shower stall--I hope.
Other than replacing worn out/aged items, and lots of learning in the process, this DP is wonderful. 2 month long trips in past year, and another in couple of weeks, 3000plus miles each. love it. New to us in november 2020.
Didn't know if this was the proper tread to ask about plumbing.
Like a good friend says "Keep the rubber side down".
You will more than likely have to cut an access hole directly opposite of the valves. Do you have an oscillating saw like a multi master? Theres others out there and they are very handy form "surgical" cutting.
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Old 08-26-2022, 06:00 PM   #674
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How many HR owners?

Just bought a 2006 Scepter. This is our 3rd HR. Would like to have owned this when new. Very spacious, good ride, and still looks good.
To change the subject, has anyone solved a Cummins overheating issue? This Scepter is the only one I owned with a side radiator, It makes servicing the engine very easy. This ISL 400 hp runs great most of the time. came up from Fl. and had trouble in the Pa. mountains. It would run on the high side of the normal range and then when the turbo kicked in the make the hill, it would overheat. I think this is a common problem. I am going to change the thermostat. What else should I do? Would synthetic oil help?
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Old 08-30-2022, 09:10 PM   #675
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We have a 2000 Endeavor 38 WDS, 330 Cat, 59,000 mi. New tires, main 32" flat screen, water heater bottom replacement. Smooth ride, plenty of power. After 2 Class C's, now fulltime, this is a WOW!! Just completing cross-Canada trip.
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Old 08-31-2022, 05:15 AM   #676
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Just bought a 2006 Scepter. This is our 3rd HR. Would like to have owned this when new. Very spacious, good ride, and still looks good.
To change the subject, has anyone solved a Cummins overheating issue? This Scepter is the only one I owned with a side radiator, It makes servicing the engine very easy. This ISL 400 hp runs great most of the time. came up from Fl. and had trouble in the Pa. mountains. It would run on the high side of the normal range and then when the turbo kicked in the make the hill, it would overheat. I think this is a common problem. I am going to change the thermostat. What else should I do? Would synthetic oil help?
thanks,
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Sometimes it is as simple as a good cleaning of the backside of the radiator.
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Old 09-05-2022, 04:42 PM   #677
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Does anyone have a wiring diagram for a 17 HR Vacationer?

Iíve got no power to the outlets by the bed and the bathroom GFCI is dead. All lights, fans, and the TV works in the back.

Replacing the GFCI did not solve the problem and all fuses are good.
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314lot, that GFCI is probably fed from another wall plug and that is most likely where the short is. There could be a loose wire in the outlet by the bed. There could be a loose wire in another outlet in the bedroom that's working fine and the wire going from that outlet may be loose.
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