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  1. xdocbeyer
    I am a rank novice in the RV world having recently bought a 2003 Safari Trek. We were initially delighted with the Majic bed. The previous owner demonstrated how to adjust the bed when it would periodically skip a cog or two by using a putty knife. More recently this problem became a rather substantial one skipping more and more to the point of becoming dangerous. In fact, we fear running it up and down and leave it in the down position. This though create's a problem on the road. Not being mechanically inclined we dropped it off at an RV repair shop and were told upon returning to pick it up that they couldn't figure out what to do and were reluctant to proceed further since the motor(s) were riveted shut. We just picked it up and are now stuck with the problem and thousands of miles from an authorized Safari repair shop (we live in Colorado). Do you or anyone else know of anyone who may be of help in this area? Any thoughts would be appreciated.
  2. jerichorick
    With the new filter the restriction gauge is reading less than 8. As far as I know it is working fine. Getting to the top of the engine is a trick. I have to clean out the closet and pull the floor. Than I need to worry about the grime gatting in the bedroom. Being fulltiming and DW with me all the time I don't know if it is worth the trouble. I think that trying to fix what ain't broke is not a bright thing to do. The engine seems to be breathing fine.

    Is there a filter that passes more cfm than the one you are using? But, as you have stated, if your plumbing is not resized it will make no difference.
  3. ninos
    03-10-2013 09:46 PM
    This is Ninos is this question for me or for someone else?
  4. Romeo
    10-02-2012 11:10 AM
    Hello Art,

    I see you're back now.

    I am curious why people buy the Scangauge rather than one of the SilverLeaf units. I have the VmsPc and am very satisfied with it since I can see all readings at one time on my PC display.

    It seems that with the Scangauge one is limited to one line of information at a time.

    Do you consider SilverLeaf before getting the Scangauge?

  5. KB7GJY
    06-02-2012 08:21 AM
    Ok, I have joined.. FYI, I connected the two battery studs under the hood, and still have the same problem. Ideas?

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  • About wb7auk
    Spokane Valley
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    RV Manufacturer
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    tradewind 7371
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    RV Length
    Location (City, State):
    Spokane Valley, Wa
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    1999 Trade Winds 7371 Cat 3126B w/current upgrades
    1990 D 250 Dodge Ram Cummins Turbo


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