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Old 07-31-2019, 01:43 PM   #82335
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Nope. But I did send it to Hayden’s Mom. Hayden would be perfect in that outfit. ❤️


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Old 07-31-2019, 09:53 PM   #82336
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She's still a real cutie! It’s great to see little girls with such confidence. No doubt she’ll do great things with her skills.
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Old 08-01-2019, 05:26 AM   #82337
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Need help with my Gas Problem!

I posted this issue in the Fleetwood forum with only one reply so now I'll give the mutants a try.

LP tank shows Full, it should be, filled it not long ago and we don't use much. First sign of trouble was the fridge showed Ck LP code on the short trip over to lake.(1 hr drive)

Then we tryed cooking on the stove top. Burners light up but flam is small even when turned on high.

I've checked the Emergency Shutoff switch, located next to the propane fill nozzle. It's on. Not sure of what else to do. I know no one has crawled under coach to do anything to tank itself, I watched the guy filling it up.
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Old 08-01-2019, 06:33 AM   #82338
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Tim, make sure the main tank valve is open. They close it before they fill the tank.
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Tim, maybe a critter starting a nest. Check for dirt dauber, bird, squirrel, or bears.
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Old 08-01-2019, 09:17 AM   #82340
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Once home I'll crawl under coach where tank is to take a look. I know the guy didn't crawl under when filling it, fill nozzle is remote in a bay along with an emergency shut off switch.

Did have a bear in campground Tuesday! Swam across cove crawling out in campground B. Can't post pics here, will place on FB.
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Old 08-01-2019, 09:56 AM   #82341
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Could be a regulator problem. I'd post in this forum.

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Once home I'll crawl under coach where tank is to take a look. I know the guy didn't crawl under when filling it, fill nozzle is remote in a bay along with an emergency shut off switch.



Did have a bear in campground Tuesday! Swam across cove crawling out in campground B. Can't post pics here, will place on FB.


So, is this why you wanted us to come back?

What appended to the sweet bear??
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Oh, I’m in trouble now! Sena has learned a new skill. She can unlock and open the sliding windows in the cab over. How long will it take her to figure out the larger windows that actually lead to unrestricted outside?

I have to cage her here at my daughter’s house so I built her a 10’x8’x4’ outdoor cage and a tunnel that leads from the cab over window to her cage. She doesn’t have to wear diapers out there, but when she goes out with one on she takes it off in the wire tunnel and leaves it there. It takes a ladder to retrieve them. So, when we come in for the evening I have been locking the window in order to keep her diapered.

NOW, what do I do????
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Well today started our trip from Millersburg, OH to Shipsewana, IN. About 2 hours into the trip we stopped at a rest area ad as I always do, walked to stretch my legs and run the car for 5 minutes. Legs got stretched bur car went clickity click when I tried starting it. Jusr left it like that and continued the trip. Got a jump-start when we reached the CG.

Got to the site and backed in. This is supposed to be hardpan. Jacks on driver side rear sunk into ground 8 to 12 inches. I'm going to try and get a picture tomorrow. Front jack sunk in about 4-6 inches. Park personnel came and looked at it and moved me all the way to the front of the site, said to park car on grass (rule no-no). Started out at the new position okay but 20 minutes later sunk down about 3 inches. Went to office and they moved me to a pull-through. Level now,
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Old 08-01-2019, 09:13 PM   #82346
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On the bright, good side, we had dinner with Don (Sky Boss)and Sandy who are in Nappanee, IN. finishing up some work on their Newmar. It was great, as always with any RVMutant, to be able to get together with them.

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Well today started our trip from Millersburg, OH to Shipsewana, IN. About 2 hours into the trip we stopped at a rest area ad as I always do, walked to stretch my legs and run the car for 5 minutes. Legs got stretched bur car went clickity click when I tried starting it. Jusr left it like that and continued the trip. Got a jump-start when we reached the CG.

Got to the site and backed in. This is supposed to be hardpan. Jacks on driver side rear sunk into ground 8 to 12 inches. I'm going to try and get a picture tomorrow. Front jack sunk in about 4-6 inches. Park personnel came and looked at it and moved me all the way to the front of the site, said to park car on grass (rule no-no). Started out at the new position okay but 20 minutes later sunk down about 3 inches. Went to office and they moved me to a pull-through. Level now,
I see a pattern here...Mr. Round, sinking RV...hmmmm, wonder what could make it go down like that? Does it sink when you're OUTSIDE the RV?
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As an aside I again have cell phone that works. Same number as before.
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