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Old 08-17-2013, 04:10 PM   #21
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Cool Thanks for info

Picked up our 356qbq yesterday in fort Meyers fl. He put us up at a ocean front park we are on the other side of the road but only 1500 yards from the ocean. (ours was too long to fit on the beach)nice thank you from palm rv .we didn't want to drive back to saint cloud and find something wrong 210 miles.it pulled very nicely but not going to be. On interstate untill tomorrow.96degrees today .one ac wouldn't cut it.glad we got the second in the bedroom. BIG DIFFERENCE. !!!! Minor problems but I fixed most myself.ptrap under sink leaked bad but I reseated it. first impressions are LOVE MY FOREST RIVER WILDWOOD HERITAGE GLEN 356 qbq .going to take a shower in the second shower tonight using both bathrooms .so far so good.
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Old 08-22-2013, 07:42 AM   #22
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The pictures look nice I got the different color interior with the brown couch. 2 nd a/c and both bathrooms with the FANTASTIC fans. Did you install a tv in the bedroom yet? I didn't see any info on where to install .it looks like the wall with the tv outlets and electrical outlet with a swivel . I should have asked the dealer...ENJOY IT!!!!
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Old 09-02-2013, 08:19 PM   #23
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Just got back online after having a rather busy summer and thought I would post back on some things our rigs have in common. The gray and black handles on the front are indeed reversed as well...the stickers on the side are fine but the handle colors are off....back end is fine. Have been using our old BBQ but will have to check the gas supply to the rear bbq one of these days too. Hope you had a great season camping and hope your season is longer than ours which will wrap up mid September.
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Old 09-03-2013, 11:07 AM   #24
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Thanks for info .just spent last couple of days detailing the outside.WOW what a job. Even with the orbital buffer. we live in Florida so we don't have a season.tried hanging the soap / toothbrush holders on the back bathroom wall but the screws won't go in .so off to home depot this week.i hung the tvs . Did you get the thermal windows on yours? Or any special insulation?.
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Old 09-03-2013, 02:00 PM   #25
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At least they are consistent with the front sewer handles. Haha. We have had 8 people, 4 kids and 4 adults the last few trips with another one in 2 weeks. Love the amount of room and so far since fixing the minor issues from when I got it, I really like it so far. We still have several trips left and will probably put it away in November. I try to make my season April-November.
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Old 09-06-2013, 03:40 PM   #26
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Today I had fun with mods. I installed the Bal stabilizers for the landing gear. What a difference they made in the reduction of sway and bounce in the trailer. I also installed a shallow cabinet to enclose the main control panel and slide switches. My 2 year old loved to play with the buttons so I made up this cover and hopefully that will help.

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Nicely done! My 14 month old LOVES "his" button. It's the 3rd gray tank indicator. I'm pretty sure it gets pushed 100x more than the others now that he's mobile and has "found" it.
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Old 09-06-2013, 07:50 PM   #28
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Pretty awesome.great idea
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Just did my final closeup today and pumped antifreeze through it all. Everything went well after my son opened up the water docking station side panel which revealed a kinked hose for the pump pickup line. Pumped all lines until pink came through event he sewer flush lines. The only thing I could not find was a low point drain that I have had on all other trailers and was easily found...but the the 356QBQ...one drain....domestic water tank, and it's overflow tube beside it...nothing else. If anyone has found one of these on the HG please advise where it might be located.
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Old 09-23-2013, 08:49 AM   #30
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Sorry I live in Orlando fl so I hadn't been worried about it .but I thought the book shows how to .it probably is that drain your talking about .,I do remember seeing to remove the hot water element and or to remember to close off the valve and not to put the fluid thru the hot water heater system.
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