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Old 02-02-2009, 10:21 PM   #11
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Ok thanks for the reply. I think they have one pattern for their seat covers and use it on both seats. Have a great day. We're getting another 1 to 3 inches snow tonight.
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Old 02-03-2009, 12:37 PM   #12
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Good Luck Charles. I have had nothing but problems with the 370ts that I bought. before you take delivery check under the kitchen sink, and make sure the sink has been installed correctly, the first go around on mine it was only held in with 1/8" screws in a 1" piece of metal with a piece of wood in between the metal and the sink. Fill it completely full of water and let it sit before you pay for it. my low point drain leaks water even when my water tank is 1/3 full. Make them check the circuit breakers. all my outlets that you would normally use and the TV are on one 15 amp breaker. which means if you plan on running anything plugged in you need to shut off the TV or you will trip the breaker. also the main cooking plug by the sink / stove is only a 15 amp breaker so you can only use one appliance at a time. watch the bathroom water connections to the toilets, mine leaked in the back bathroom and warped the molding around the door and it had to be replaced

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Old 02-03-2009, 01:33 PM   #13
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Good Luck Charles. I have had nothing but problems with the 370ts that I bought. before you take delivery check under the kitchen sink, and make sure the sink has been installed correctly, the first go around on mine it was only held in with 1/8" screws in a 1" piece of metal with a piece of wood in between the metal and the sink. Fill it completely full of water and let it sit before you pay for it. my low point drain leaks water even when my water tank is 1/3 full. Make them check the circuit breakers. all my outlets that you would normally use and the TV are on one 15 amp breaker. which means if you plan on running anything plugged in you need to shut off the TV or you will trip the breaker. also the main cooking plug by the sink / stove is only a 15 amp breaker so you can only use one appliance at a time. watch the bathroom water connections to the toilets, mine leaked in the back bathroom and warped the molding around the door and it had to be replaced

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Dragon,

I don't know about your rig but on our new 378TS FR used 12ga Romex for all the 120v 15amp circuits. Per code, 12ga wire is good and used for 20amp circuits. I don't see why you couldn't replace the 15amp breaker with a 20 amp breaker. If you pull the panel cover (make sure you are disconnected from shore power) and take a look at the gauge wire they used you might find the same on yours.

We too had the leaking toilet connection but it was an easy fix and to be honest I expected these types of things with a new RV, they can't be avoided. You will see the same problems with Fleetwood, Winnebago, Monaco, etc.
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