This is amazing! My 2000 Georgetown 346 had HWH jacks and slide, and I never experienced a second of trouble! The jacks were faster, smoother, and appeared to have a greater travel length (?).
I've had this 342 for two weeks, and most of my headaches (luckily in my driveway) have been slide and jack related. I've added a quart of ATF, adjusted the B/R slide to meet mfrs specs, and replaced a blown-apart and bypassed 100-A breaker!
Everything seems to be working now, but I'm certainly going to be very familiar with the emergency procedures! I have also stocked extra fliud and a new breaker. The local dealer wanted $67.00 plus tax for the breaker, but I bought two on line for $26 each,and shipping of $4!
I also have a jack foot that looks like it's about to fall off, and a rear jack that looks like it's really rusted. Need to check both!
I need to go camping! The High Sierras are calling, and the trouts be jumping!
2005 Georgetown 342DS XL, Full Banks Package
2005 Liberty Renegade 4X Toad
1989 Wrangler Sahara Toad
1984 19.5' Beachcraft i/o 5.o liter, 4-bbl (and you thought your Moho sucked gas!)
D/W Carole and Maggie the Teacup Lab (Black Chihuahua)