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Old 06-24-2021, 05:55 AM   #1
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Coachmen Aurora 2007 Hot Water Tank Access

I was hoping that somewhere out there someone would know how to get the housing off the hot water tank to work on it. It takes a Torx bit and we have tried so many and so has Camping World and they can't find the one that fits....

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Gloria-

If it looks like the one below, and has eight "splines," it is not a Torx screw. A Torx screw has six "splines." Instead, it is a double-square screw. You use a square bit on a double-square screw. The square bit size is #2.

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Gloria-

If it looks like the one below, and has eight "splines," it is not a Torx screw. A Torx screw has six "splines." Instead, it is a double-square screw. You use a square bit on a double-square screw. The square bit size is #2.

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We will be looking for this and try it out.
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Angry Coachmen Aurora 2007 fuse boxes

Hi , I didn't know how to put a new post on for this...Fuse boxes for a 2007 Coachmen Motor home. We have all the lights but the tail lights, Have been looking for a fuse for them but can't find one. I was hoping if anyone out there could give a info on it.....
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