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Old 09-30-2009, 03:58 PM   #11
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Wish someone could tell me where to find a componants stereo system to buy.

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Old 09-30-2009, 04:14 PM   #12
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Try Best Buy, Walmart etc and pick up Samsung, Sony or LG system I found LG on the Source clearance web site for 165$ CDN and only use the receiver with built in upverting dvd player. The speakers that came with it are sitting in boxes in the basement. 10x better than concertone. Never use the outdoor or bedroom speakers so it works for me.
Use built in tuner from tv for picture.

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Old 04-18-2010, 11:46 PM   #13
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I have a Rockwood Signature 8314BSS. Purchased new last August. In November I took it out and The ConcertoneZX700 (a little more confusing than necessary) worked fine. I took it out of storage this weekend and could not get any power to the Stereo. THe Toshiba Flat screen is working fine, There is a fuse in the fuse box, but it is fine. It really acts as if there is another circuit breaker in the unit itself that has shut it down. Does anyone know if there is another circuit breaker asnd how to acess it.
Maybe related and maybe not, although I was hooked up to 30amp for the weekend. The batteries drained. I had the same problem last fall in Colorado. I read in the concerter booklet that if the batteries were mistakenly wired backwards there were two 40amp fuses that would blow to protect the Converter. I checked the batteries and they are wired proberbly (red wire to Positive), I checked the fuses and they were blown. I replaced them and so far so good.
I had the batteries out for the winter, but as I said they are wired correctly now. If they were ever incorrect, they were incorect when I got the Trailer. Has anyone else seen a problem with the fuses blowing when the battery is wired correctly. If so, has it affected your Stereo?
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Old 07-31-2010, 10:35 PM   #14
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Had my unit replaced once right after purchase. (08)
So far so good.

Won't replace with concertone once she dies. Rather be out camping than dealing with warranty issues. Time is one thing I never get back.

I would also not buy a new rig if it had a concertone in it. Way to many issues with the unit for lots of folks. Unless they agreed to pay me for my troubles if it went south.

FR must be getting one sweet deal on these units to keep putting them in and dealing with customer complaints. I like satisfied customers better. They buy more from me. Continuing to use problematic systems just doesn't make sense to me.

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