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Old 11-25-2013, 12:35 PM   #11
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Your new bird looks great! I found the best place to put the island is where the 2 chairs closest to the tv go. just put a furniture pad over the island and tie it down with the tie down for the chairs or a ratchet strap. put the chairs on the couch and use the couch tie down to keep in place. make sure your slides will clear the chairs on the couch. that way you keep the island from getting beat up and you can access your fridge on the road. Check your reefer drain tube behind slotted access panel. mine was so short it would have been draining into the back area. i got a piece of copper and some plastic tubing and extended it so it comes out just a little bit into the back of the access panel. let me know what problems with systems you have so i can check the same thing out. will do likewise.
Jacknife, thanks for the compliments! Sorry for the delayed reply. Great idea on moving the island next to the table! That was one negative that I can take off the list. Will check on the fridge tube. The only other issue we had was the shower head had barely any pressure at all. We bought another shower head and it seems much better. Of course I don't know why I would expect the shower pressure to be checked on a new RV. Jerry.

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Old 11-26-2013, 10:28 AM   #12
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There may have been something cloging the head. Went to Cosco and they had some really good looking wooden with padded seats folding dining seats. I bought two ,since it is usually just the wife and l eating l figured why deal with two chairs we hardly use. The chair were only 25 apiece
and look as good as the chairs that came with it. Also look at that plastic battery holder. Mine is in like a well and it is not too thick. I put 2 sixvolts in and am pulling the well out and putting in a piece of steel over the hole and mounting a battery box on top of it. I just think that plastic is way to thin. All it is is the lid reversed and you can feel how thin that is. Let me know if you run into anything l may need to look at. Happy trails.

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Old 01-04-2014, 05:51 AM   #13
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still considering a 3030 but we need to get in one and feel it. Haven't found one close to Chicago to go visit. the dealer in Diamond, Ill doesn't have one.
anyone close to let me look?

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