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Old 01-30-2019, 03:45 PM   #1
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Question Sunnybrook Sunset Sport

Good day to all. I have an issue regarding my Sunnybrook Sunset Sport 297SL. I'm looking for any owners of the same to help out with getting the "Instruction Manual". Winnebago purchased Sunnybrook without gaining any of the technical resources. I'm at a loss in figuring out :How To" start the water heater, furnace, A/C, fridge or any appliance, gas, electric etc... Any & All help would be appreciated. Even the Slide-Out is messed up. I tried the manual option, but ended up breaking the actuator. The slide out is SNUG at the top, but out 4-5" at the bottom. WHat did I do wrong?
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What year is your trailer. That will help iRV members, including me, help you.
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Oops, it's a 2012
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Cool, I had a 2011 Sunnybrook Bristol Bay 5th wheel. The way they work will be very close to the same.

The water heater should have an electric switch and a 'propane' gas switch. If you are plugged into electric and the water heater has water in it just turn the electric switch on.

To run the furnace you need propane. Open the valves and wait a few (5 to 10) minutes. That will allow the propane gas time to reach appliances. Test propane by trying the stove.

You can watch YouTube videos on most of your questions. Just YouTube 'How does an RV furnace work' etc. You can learn a lot from YouTube.

All RV use similar appliances, furnace and hot water heater and they all work about the same.

Good luck
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Oh, a good place to buy propane is the local Tractor Suppy store if / when you need it.
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THanks I will check them out. I have these tall ones. THey are not the same as those you see in BBQ...
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30lb or roughly 7.2 gallon propane bottles are common on travel trailers. They are taller then the 20lb propane grill bottles.

You having better luck getting things to work now?
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Slide out stuck

So I tried to push out the slide out and the inside pushing it out the top right corner does not budge at all the left top corner moved in and out a few inches when pushing. So I'm not sure what's holding up a top right corner slide out.
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WOW, I got everything working now. Manually pushed out slide using a large wrench and pipe. I did it on the long, square connecting rod that attaches to the teeth and pulley system. DIdn't break anything either (whew) Charged the battery and hooked up to the 9000w gennie... Now what do these lower RED switches do? https://scontent-iad3-1.xx.fbcdn.net...ba&oe=5CEBE228
Any ideas? ALso where is a good place to purchase blinds. Not the crappy metal ones and not over priced? Also, I need a new ACTUATOR, Mine measure 61" and I can't find that anywhere.. THanks for anything you can provide
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The red switches are for the water pump and water heater. If using water from the fresh water tank you need to turn on the water pump to get water. If connected to 'city' water then you do not need the water pump as the city connection provides the pressure to get water out of the faucets. You will need to have water in the water heater before turning on the red toggle switch. So if you turn on the hot water faucet and the winterization valves are turn correctly it will fill the hot water tank. Look for Hot water tank bypass and make sure the bypass is off.

I do not know about the blind question.
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