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Old 05-26-2022, 04:42 AM   #197
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Newmar diesels of later models require the coach be at ride height before operating slides.

That means on arrival, we have to hook up electric, water, sewer, then extend slides before leveling.



Just to satiisfy my curiosity, why do you need to have the engine running to connect electric, sewer and water?
We don't need it for those things, but engine running needed for dropping the leveling jacks, thus we leave the engine on until we do that. Electric needed for extending the slides. Sewer and water done before extending the slides to avoid hitting head on the extended slide, that really hurts.
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If the sound of a Diesel engine idling next to my camper bothered me I would sell my camper and stay home. I wouldn’t let something like that upset me. I would eliminate the problem. If you can’t swim; stay out of the water.
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If the sound of a Diesel engine idling next to my camper bothered me I would sell my camper and stay home. I wouldn’t let something like that upset me. I would eliminate the problem. If you can’t swim; stay out of the water.
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