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Old 09-04-2012, 03:50 PM   #11
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Thanks, yes I have low pressure at shower and sink. Dealer said that's normal. If I take my regulator off problem is gone. My regulator is 40-50 psi and the campground pressure is 60 psi. I also have the water filter option installed in my rv.
Dear Customer,
Per the plant they would like for you to try some trouble shooting:
1. Try pumping water from your holding tank and not city water fill.
a. If pressure is not a problem then, it has to be your regulator
b. If you still have the problem of low pressure at those locations, they suggest you check the water saver in the kitchen faucet and the shower head. Both can come apart to check for any type of material that might have gotten into those areas.

I hope this helps.
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Old 09-04-2012, 03:59 PM   #12
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Thanks everyone. The pump pressure is fine. So it has to be regulator. I will try the watts if it is recommended the best.
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Old 09-05-2012, 05:25 PM   #13
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When I put the unit into the storage lot this time, I disconnected the battery to keep it from running down from the parasitic draws on it. It was a minor hassle. To save myself time + effort, I've picked up a battery disconnect switch and would like to wire it in.

Can you tell me what gauge/type of wire is coming off of the battery? I'd like to get a piece of that to wire in the disconnect.
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Old 09-05-2012, 06:35 PM   #14
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When I put the unit into the storage lot this time, I disconnected the battery to keep it from running down from the parasitic draws on it. It was a minor hassle. To save myself time + effort, I've picked up a battery disconnect switch and would like to wire it in.

Can you tell me what gauge/type of wire is coming off of the battery? I'd like to get a piece of that to wire in the disconnect.
I used 1/0 battery cable
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Old 09-05-2012, 09:07 PM   #15
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Slide Seals....HELP

Sam,been following you since you started on here....Great Job! Haven't posted on here because until today and 3 seasons with our 31RETS (2011) we have not had one single issue with our Sabre,and we Love it...! I"ll try to be short,we camp about 40 days a year and keep our Sabre at home in the parking area at home,it's stored in a heated garage at a friends from mid Oct.to mid April,when at home the passenger side sits facing South,it get late morning to late afternoon direct sun,and the slides (3) are always out,and we leave it plugged in,I wash it about once a month and keep it really nice,I went to wash it today as we are leaving on a small vacation,and as I ran a soft car wash brush on a pole across the top black rubber above the big slide the round part of the rubber just fell apart and split in two!The strangest thing is the rubber is not dry or cracking from age....it's like black "goo" when you touch it,it reminds me of the "byutle" (sp) we glued windshields in back in the 70s before urethane,checked the bed room slide on the same side and it's falling apart also,the slide on the curb side is fine and all the rubbers that are verticle on both side are fine,the "flap" or wiper ruber just below these upper slide rubbers are just fine also???? I have never treated the rubbers with anything other than just recently on the INSIDE only I wiped with 303 protectant,any ideas,or can you help,went out of warr.in May,just looking to get some new seals,Thanks Jack
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Sounds like the uv rays killed your seals.
They can be ordered from your local dealer.
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Old 09-07-2012, 09:49 AM   #17
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Hi Sam,
We took delivery of our 2013 Sabre 32 RCTS 3 weeks ago and this is our first trip. One thing we noticed was the high amount of movement when we walk. I can be in the back of the unit and feel it move when my husband rolls over in bed. We have check the stabilizer jacks and have X chocks. We have seen slide stabilizers and want to know if they are recommended, won't cause damage to our unit and when to put them.

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Hi Sam,
We took delivery of our 2013 Sabre 32 RCTS 3 weeks ago and this is our first trip. One thing we noticed was the high amount of movement when we walk. I can be in the back of the unit and feel it move when my husband rolls over in bed. We have check the stabilizer jacks and have X chocks. We have seen slide stabilizers and want to know if they are recommended, won't cause damage to our unit and when to put them.

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Do you mean you have slide stabilizers or something like (either: JT's StrongArms or UltraFab Eliminators or even SteadFast)?
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Old 09-07-2012, 10:42 AM   #20
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Jack stabilizers

Do you mean you have slide stabilizers or something like (either: JT's StrongArms or UltraFab Eliminators or even SteadFast)?
Look in my profile albums.
Rears are bal stabilizers
Fronts are cargo locks I made into stabilizers.

Jt's or steady fast I'm sure work fine as do my bal's
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