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Old 07-29-2016, 05:22 PM   #1
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Georgetown 351DS Questions...

I have a few questions regarding my Georgetown 351DS...

Are there tire sensors to let you know when tires are low?
How do you check the tire pressure on the inside back tires? Tough to get to the valve on the inside tires?

Is there an Emergency start if your batteries go out? (Hasn't happened, just want to be ready... I make a sheet for any issues that may arise)

Electric Jacks... is there a manual up and down? If you had any issues, how do you get them up if the electric won't work?

Hills... keep on drive whether you have a tow vehicle or not?

Awning is electric... is there a manual to bring in or out in case electric issues?

Electric Slides... how hard is it to get to the manual slide area above the kitchen slide out? And do you need a special tool to bring it in or out?

Thanks for taking the time.
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Old 07-29-2016, 10:37 PM   #2
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I have a few questions regarding my Georgetown 351DS...

Are there tire sensors to let you know when tires are low?
How do you check the tire pressure on the inside back tires? Tough to get to the valve on the inside tires?
You should have valve extensions on your inner rear tires already>
If not contact your dealer.

Their are many after market tire pressure monitors on the market.
I have TST monitors for the past 4 years and work great.



Is there an Emergency start if your batteries go out? (Hasn't happened, just want to be ready... I make a sheet for any issues that may arise)
You should have a switch on the left drivers console that is marked Battery Boost. If you push and holf this switch it will take house batteries and engine batteries together in case the engine battery gets low parked.


Electric Jacks... is there a manual up and down?
YES read the manual

If you had any issues, how do you get them up if the electric won't work?
Read the manual or call Lippert


Hills... keep on drive whether you have a tow vehicle or not?
????? Yes keep driving like you stole the motorhome.

Awning is electric... is there a manual to bring in or out in case electric issues?
Yes read the manual

Electric Slides... how hard is it to get to the manual slide area above the kitchen slide out? And do you need a special tool to bring it in or out?
Are they hydraulic or electric slides? Either way yes you can get access.



What year is your Georgetown?
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I have read the manual! (kinda don't like that when people say that)... not easy to understand, but since you have read the manual, you already know that.
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