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Old 09-29-2016, 12:20 PM   #141
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As we approach maxing out our cell phone data for the month, I thought I'd finally take a look at the Furrion Nav unit. Looking through all the manuals... I don't see a disk. Did any of you Concord owners get a disk with your coach?
Nope... costs extra.

Scroll down the page, the SD card is $200. I think I would bump my data plan for that. I am not a fan of on board Nav systems, they seem to get out of date too quickly. I primarily use Waze or Google Maps for about 98% of my navigation needs.

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Old 09-29-2016, 12:46 PM   #142
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Nope... costs extra.


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... that's what I thought. I have a portable Garmin too. Just thought I'd ask.
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Old 09-29-2016, 05:34 PM   #143
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I did not get a disc. Just manuals.
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Old 09-29-2016, 05:36 PM   #144
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That's what we do. We have a MiFi and just monitor our minutes. For $20 you can jump to the next level.
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Old 09-30-2016, 11:48 AM   #145
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WaterPur & Power awning wind sensor?

2 questions this morning:
  1. WaterPur
    Reading through the manual, (pages 56 & 57) it mentions this water treatment system. Do we have this? If so, where is the filter located?
  2. Power awning
    We looked at so many coaches, I couldn't remember if the Concords had the auto retract wind sensor. Yesterday we had a fairly strong gust come through and the awning didn't retract, but it sort of dropped a bit and left the awning less taut. Was that supposed to happen?
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Old 09-30-2016, 11:51 AM   #146
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WaterPur & Power awning wind sensor?

2 questions this morning:
  1. WaterPur:
    Reading through the manual, (pages 56 & 57) it mentions this water treatment system. Do we have this? If so, where is the filter located?
  2. Power awning:
    We looked at so many coaches, I couldn't remember if the Concords had the auto retract wind sensor. Yesterday we had a fairly strong gust come through and the awning didn't retract, but it sort of dropped a bit and left the awning less taut. Was that supposed to happen?
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I don't think you have the water system unless you ordered it. And, the awning tips down when rain collects on it. Or, you can pull one side down to let the water drain off. The standard awning does not include the wind protection feature.
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Old 10-01-2016, 12:23 PM   #148
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Tank heaters?

Last thing to check before heading home; the tank heaters. I turned them on for about an hour and a half this morning... crawled underneath and the pads don't feel warm. Are they supposed to?
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Old 10-01-2016, 12:53 PM   #149
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Last thing to check before heading home; the tank heaters. I turned them on for about an hour and a half this morning... crawled underneath and the pads don't feel warm. Are they supposed to?
You may find that they are controlled by a thermostat in the units to come on at 34* Thats how mine work
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I think SeaDog is right on that one. You wouldn't want the heaters on if the temps were above freezing.
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