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Old 08-27-2012, 10:41 PM   #1
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First trip with the xlr 27 hfs

Dry camped at a small lake about 30 miles from my house in western Montana. A couple good learning experiences. The caps for the cold and hot water line drains look alike but are not interchangeable. Lost several gallons of water after i turned the pump on before i figured out that i had switched them when testing things. Used every option on the trailer. Ac, heat, ect. Worked great. Also got 2 yamaha 2kw gen. With the cable to link them. They are great. Looking forward to many more trips!
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Old 08-28-2012, 07:27 PM   #2
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Sounds like everything went well !
Beautiful country looks like !
Wish I lived closer to them there mountains !

Have a great fall !

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Old 09-18-2012, 05:08 PM   #3
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Congratualtions on your purchase. My xlr came with the cargo screen that you put up on the back not the retractable one that lets down from the ceiling. Anyone else have this one? White vinyl with screen sections in it. I called the factory and they didn't know how to install it. Suggested I get some velcrow and put it up that way. Anyone have any issue with their cable hook up in the living room area? Other than that enjoying the camper!
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I have the pull down type screen. As far as the cable, there are two outlets in the living room. One for the outside cable hookup and one to the roof mounted antenna. Of using the antenna make sure the "boost" button is on.
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rah.rrt thanks for your comment. I have not issues when using the antenna, just when I'm at full hook up campsites. The cable in the main area won't work. It works in the garage and bedroom. Dealer attempted to repair but....
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