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Old 07-23-2009, 04:45 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by stevesandidg View Post
run your genset and use the coach air untill y ou can get it fixed
Run your genset and use the coach air, anyway. You take the load off of your engine, which is a good thing, and exercise your generator at the same time, something you need to do at least every couple months, year around, and which many people ignore. Then the gen goes south, and they wonder why.

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OK I found the recall information and it doesn't apply to my 1993. Only to the 1995-2002 F53 ford chassis.
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Old 07-26-2009, 08:08 PM   #17
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almost there

Thanks to all the help from you more experienced members I have fixed (rewired)the trailer light problem, the dash air now works and also the water heater. I found a water leak behind the washing machine and tightened that up but it looks like it has leaked there for a very long time so some water damage will have to be addressed. I have parts ordered to fix the water pump switching. I will get the cruise control checked out by someone more qualified than me. The only remaining issue now is the back-up camera system. Any suggestions as to what I should be looking for. The monitor comes on when I activate reverse bit It is very snowy and too blurry to see anything. When I first got it last month there were lines across the picture but I could see back there. I unplugged the cable and cleaned all the contacts and when I reinstalled everything, I had totally lost any visibility. The unit is an older Panasonic.
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Contact Panasonic and find out if they are still making cameras for your system. It sounds like a bad camera and if you can still get individual components you can repair with out installing a whole new system.
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