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Old 06-27-2012, 10:26 AM   #21
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To Rgstivr6 - the yellow should be video. Should be a spot to plug it in either fm a cable adapter to the iPod/iPhone. Then you can play recorded or downloaded content to your tv.

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Old 06-28-2012, 11:42 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by BigTJohn View Post
To Rgstivr6 - the yellow should be video. Should be a spot to plug it in either fm a cable adapter to the iPod/iPhone. Then you can play recorded or downloaded content to your tv.
Yep, I was just saying that with just an audio adapter for an iPod, you would not use that. Just the red and white plugs.

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Old 10-09-2012, 11:47 AM   #23
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My first time with a travel trailer.

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I just bought a 2013 Forest River Cherokee Grey Wolf 26BH, and taking it out for the first time this weekend. Does anyone have a checklist of things to do when setting this particular model up when arriving, and taking it back down when heading home for the weekend?

I am nervous I am going to screw something up.



Thanks for posting. My wife and I are going on Friday to pick up our Grey Wolf. We've been camping with a pop-up for about 5 or 6 years now. This is our first travel trailer. So I was especially appreciative of your post and the many responses. Were you able to get the Audio issues worked out with your iPod?

Also wanted to thank all those that responded to your post as I certainly found them useful as well.

Sorry for bumping this one back up but wanted to thank all of you as I am a new member.

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Old 10-16-2012, 03:46 PM   #24
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Hey jd from South Dakota. We just bought a brand new 2013 Grey Wolf as well. The 26DBH. Our outdoor speakers are operated by the B selection also. I think C is supposed to operate both internal and external together....but for some reason our C doesn't do that. What I did notice is that if you get into the stereo's function menu....and go to fade.....we noticed our fade level was heavy to the F or front setting. When I balanced it out......both indoor and outdoor speakers played simultaneously from the A mode. So I dialed the fade selection back to the position where only the interior speakers could be heard.

The only other thing that I would be leary of on your the hot water heater if it has both Gas and electric functions. My heater has the on/off power switch behind the water heater door on the face of the heater....on the outside of the camper. Make certain your tank is full of water by pressing the springloaded relief valve til water comes out. ATTENTION....and I mean this. Just because water comes out the relief valve.....does not mean you are good to activate the power switch. Go to each and every faucet or water outlet in your camper.....especially the ones closes to the heater....and run them til all air is purged from the lines. Then you are free to activate the button on the heater and utilize the electric side of the heater. If you have any air at all in the water heater and trip the will blow your element in an instant. Dealers call it a dry start.....and they have equipment that will tell them if it was dry started. Dry starts are not covered under warranty. $20 for a new element.....and $80 for labor. Just letting you know.
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Old 10-16-2012, 05:06 PM   #25
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We just bought the 26bh a few weeks ago!Thanks for the warning about the water heater.Havent played around too much with speakers but I got the outside ones to work I don't remember which button but I will have to check and report back.Unfortunately we will not be able to go camping until spring.
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Old 10-17-2012, 02:07 PM   #26
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Grey, those outside speakers were the first thing I modded. They weren’t worth their weight so I bought some marine speakers and swapped them out, Tricky part is finding ones that are shallow (there isn’t but a couple inches behind them and the wall). I don’t remember how deep they are, maybe 2 inches or less. Good luck.

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