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Old 09-24-2013, 05:59 PM   #1821
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Anyone know if the 36.1'is supposed to come with a window screen for the passenger side?
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Old 09-24-2013, 06:39 PM   #1822
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where are you guy's getting your generator oil filters from, and also what make and model #

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Old 09-24-2013, 06:44 PM   #1823
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Anyone know if the 36.1'is supposed to come with a window screen for the passenger side?
I can't imagine any window that opens not having a screen.
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Old 09-24-2013, 07:07 PM   #1824
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...you can take the cover off of the ice maker and jumper 120V onto the valve to open it.
What does this mean exactly?
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Anyone know if the 36.1'is supposed to come with a window screen for the passenger side?
It should be on there. Mine does.
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Old 09-24-2013, 08:13 PM   #1826
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where are you guy's getting your generator oil filters from, and also what make and model # thank you mike
I ordered mine directly from Cummins ONAN online. I have the 6000 watt 6HDKAH Spec M.
Oil Filter 122-0833 $9.80
Air Cleaner Element 140-2897 $19.78
Fuel Filter 149-2513 $22.78

Type in your model # and it will display the parts for your unit. I believe in using OEM parts.
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Old 09-24-2013, 08:37 PM   #1827
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I ordered mine directly from Cummins ONAN online. I have the 6000 watt 6HDKAH Spec M.
Oil Filter 122-0833 $9.80
Air Cleaner Element 140-2897 $19.78
Fuel Filter 149-2513 $22.78

Type in your model # and it will display the parts for your unit. I believe in using OEM parts.
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Old 09-24-2013, 09:22 PM   #1828
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What does this mean exactly?
Sounds dangerous to me. I disconnected the line to the ice maker that runs behind the panel at the floor in front of the sink. All the water drained out so I don't see the need for doing more.
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Old 09-24-2013, 10:11 PM   #1829
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I'd never driven a DP or diesel anything until two and a half weeks ago. Last week, we drove our new Palazzo from MD to Gaffney, SC. One thing I noticed was just how often folks would cut me off in the right lane, especially if I wasn't driving 80mph like the majority (on roads where the speed limit was 70mph). I found myself having to use my horn on one occasion. Boy, was I surprised when I heard how dinky sounding the horn is!

I few days ago, I stumbled upon this youtube video by accident and couldn't help but laugh out loud. If you've ever had to honk your Palazzo horn when you've been nearly slaughtered by some careless driver, I'm sure you can relate and laugh along with me when you watch this.
If you want to increase your decibels check out the air horn upgrade that RVRandy documented in this post: https://www.irv2.com/forums/f121/pal...ml#post1474237

Several of use have done this upgrade and it is LOUD! Great for those idiots who think we can stop on a dime......
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My dealer told me that I could access the valve for the ice maker by pulling the cover off of the ice maker. After posting the information I tried it and the cover came off but the valve was not behind the cover. The valve must be behind the refrigerator. I see that Jerry has posted that he disconnected the line to the ice make under the sink and the water drained out. That sounds like the most doable solution. I would hate to have to move the refrigerator to access the valve behind it. Damage could occur to the floor. I must say that Thor didn't give us a procedure to handle the ice maker winterization.
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For those of us with the washer/dryer, what are you doing to winterize the washer?
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For those of us with the washer/dryer, what are you doing to winterize the washer?
I just run a wash cycle of RV antifreeze thru it. I used 6 gallon of fluid to do my total winterization. That's $20 or so. Never had anything freeze?? Seems cheap to me.
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My dealer told me that I could access the valve for the ice maker by pulling the cover off of the ice maker. After posting the information I tried it and the cover came off but the valve was not behind the cover. The valve must be behind the refrigerator. I see that Jerry has posted that he disconnected the line to the ice make under the sink and the water drained out. That sounds like the most doable solution. I would hate to have to move the refrigerator to access the valve behind it. Damage could occur to the floor. I must say that Thor didn't give us a procedure to handle the ice maker winterization.
During our PDI, we noted a water leak at the fridge. They pulled the refrigerator out and discovered that the compression fitting at the solenoid valve going up to the I've maker was not tight. Pulling the fridge was a two person job.

If you disconnect the water line to the ice maker (under the stove), then have the ice maker try to fill, that should open the solenoid valve allowing all the water to drain.

We have a 33.1
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For those of us with the washer/dryer, what are you doing to winterize the washer?
Just go south till it warms up at home
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