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Old 07-29-2012, 10:18 PM   #1
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Couple of questions

This weekend was our first trip in our new Wildwood 26tbss and I have a few questions that I could not find an answer to in the manual. On my previous Jayco tt I had a vent lid on the outside for my range hood but there is not one on the new tt. Does it vent via the refrigerator roof vent? Is there a weight limit on the bunks or slide out? I replaced my main living room lights with LEDs but I was unable to open the round light above the dinette. I assumed the decorative knob at the bottom would unscrew but I couldn't get it to budge and didn't want to risk breaking it if that isn't how it opens. Thanks for any answers you have.
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Old 07-29-2012, 10:20 PM   #2
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Also this is my first time having power stab jacks. I seemed to have more motion than I'm used to even with my x-chocks installed. How tight do you put the power stabs? It's difficult to tell how tight they are using the power.
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Old 07-29-2012, 10:35 PM   #3
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Also this is my first time having power stab jacks. I seemed to have more motion than I'm used to even with my x-chocks installed. How tight do you put the power stabs? It's difficult to tell how tight they are using the power.
I believe the whole dome turns on light.
Invest in some jack stabilizers
Such as steady fast or bal. Your movement will be virtualy gone.
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