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Old 07-31-2016, 07:38 AM   #601
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We have a switch on the fan that has to be on for wall switch to be on.
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Old 07-31-2016, 10:23 AM   #602
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What did you do to your Hyperlite XLR today?

The other is your tank heater pads.

The fan is controlled by the switch on the fan. Why they didn't put a three switch in the bathroom to run the fan makes no sense to me.
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Old 07-31-2016, 05:52 PM   #603
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I can barely reach the switch on the fan... this is why I installed Maxxair with remotes... love them. tank heater makes sense, if you got the extreme pkg
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Old 08-01-2016, 06:21 PM   #604
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I installed a Fantastic fan w/ remote in the bathroom for the same reason Wolf.
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Old 08-02-2016, 03:00 PM   #605
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So I fixed the uneven HappiJac bed. It was fine until Camper's Inn fixed a bent arm by replacing one whole sofa. And put it on about an inch out of level (Two notches on the chain). I will recomend that if anyone needs to make this adjustment they have two helpers. I did it with one helper but we work well together (29 years... no divorce!).
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JCC, wish I had the benches.
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JCC, wish I had the benches.
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Well worth the weight. We haven't actually used the bed above, just the benches. It's nice to fold down the party deck ramp and slide down the screen wall and have dinner out of the heat and bugs but still feel like your outdoors. I definitely recommend it for anyone debating it.

Question for you? Can you add it to the existing HappiJac bed? It's a clamp that the bracket screw into which holds the clamp on the chain. Then the arms of the couch attach to the bracket. I don't think there would be anything different in the chain track for dinette.
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Well worth the weight. We haven't actually used the bed above, just the benches. It's nice to fold down the party deck ramp and slide down the screen wall and have dinner out of the heat and bugs but still feel like your outdoors. I definitely recommend it for anyone debating it.

Question for you? Can you add it to the existing HappiJac bed? It's a clamp that the bracket screw into which holds the clamp on the chain. Then the arms of the couch attach to the bracket. I don't think there would be anything different in the chain track for dinette.
As I understand the happi system, the system for my single queen bed is the same for the full blown "pass-through dinette" with bed option; so I think it can be added for a phenomenal fee. The parts that attach to the chain are in my camper.

I upgraded the bed to 8" foam and have slept in in twice and family once and made a ladder for it so it can be used/ slept in with the Triumph inside.
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If you have heated tanks the 2nd switched turns that on when it drops below a certain temperature -



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The second switch in my bathroom is the fan. I did a little rewiring. Also the switch for fuel in kitchen I moved too and replaced with a 2 gang switch box and installed another 2 gang box in the rear toy box for the fuel and heat tank switch.
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