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Old 07-30-2021, 10:23 AM   #1
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Not sure the point of this or if anyone will read this but here's hoping!

Have a new Jayco Greyhawk 29MV. Need help on the suspension - anytime we go on gravel and hit any bit of washboard it feels like the whole back end is going to vibrate right off the axle. Can't go more than 10 mph.

What else? I've added 2 lion energy UT1300 batteries and they are awesome.

Carbon monoxide sensor goes off while driving if the the fridge propane is on. I guess that is a no-no to begin with but the "fridge as a cooler" all day isn't great when you have ice cream! Guess I just need to keep the generator running while I drive?

Any ideas of how to sound insulate the cabin door while driving?
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I don’t think that the CO2 sensor should go off, you should be able to drive down the road with the fridge on gas. You want to check the chimney vent from the roof to make sure you have not had critters build a nest or something similar in there.
Sorry, can’t help you with the suspension other than check the shocks for play.
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Old 07-30-2021, 08:42 PM   #3
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My solution to the washboard issue is to never leave pavement. (I've tried it in 2 Class C rvs. Same issue.)
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My solution to the washboard issue is to never leave pavement. (I've tried it in 2 Class C rvs. Same issue.)
Yep washboard on a RV might cause the cabinets to fall off..

Unless you have a off road RV don't go off road..
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Carbon monoxide sensor goes off while driving if the the fridge propane is on. I guess that is a no-no to begin with but the "fridge as a cooler" all day isn't great when you have ice cream! Guess I just need to keep the generator running while I drive?
If the carbon sensor is going off it might be something else, I have used the propane fridg for years while driving with many RV's and never a issue.

I have had mine go off while spraying deodorant close to the sensor.
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Bathroom spray, lysol or sometime wifes perfume sets off my CO monitor and occasionally the propane alarm if using near the bathroom...Go figure
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