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Old 03-12-2015, 08:27 AM   #611
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Are those fuses a different type than those in the fuse panel?
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Old 03-12-2015, 08:33 AM   #612
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Are those fuses a different type than those in the fuse panel?
Yea our new trailer will be coming soon so I also would like to know what type of fuses these are so I can stock up before our first trip.
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Old 03-12-2015, 09:15 AM   #613
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When I picked up our new trailer I asked the service tech about spare fuses during the PDI and he threw in about a dozen spares. Always pays to ask.


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Old 03-12-2015, 05:56 PM   #614
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Oh it does. They are not cheap. You can buy them at any auto parts store, Lowes and Home Depot. Definitely ask for back up fuses and if they toss them in, great. Ask for roof vent covers and the bug screens for the water heater and heater. My dealer through them in because I bitched at them about failing to properly prepare for our walk through. It's costs them close to nothing so ask or better yet, demand they put them on.
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Well we are 5 days into our FIRST trip.
Been to TN and SC. LOTS of rain.
Just noticed today that the narrow closet to the right of bed was slightly damp inside. Not the Carpet . Just the side. UH OH! Also noticed the cabinets above the bed slightly damp.
Looks like it will be going to the shop when we get back.
Has anyone else had this issue?
Also noticed the sofa only had 1 of 4 bolts tightened (common problem reading through this thread)
And the cabinet above tv keeps opening up while traveling.
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Old 03-15-2015, 05:53 PM   #616
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Well we are 5 days into our FIRST trip.
Been to TN and SC. LOTS of rain.
Just noticed today that the narrow closet to the right of bed was slightly damp inside. Not the Carpet . Just the side. UH OH! Also noticed the cabinets above the bed slightly damp.
Looks like it will be going to the shop when we get back.
Has anyone else had this issue?
Also noticed the sofa only had 1 of 4 bolts tightened (common problem reading through this thread)
And the cabinet above tv keeps opening up while traveling.
BIL thinks moisture was just condensation. I hope so!
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Old 03-15-2015, 06:25 PM   #617
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Does anyone full time with this unit. I know a class A would probably be the better route, but not ready to drop the $100k.




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Old 03-17-2015, 09:51 PM   #618
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When the wardrobe slide is closed, get up on the bed and look all around the seals on top of the slide for sunlight (this done preferably in a bright sunny day). Areas where you can see daylight through the seals are the issue. Do the same with the dinette and kitchen slide. Check your water filter.
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Old 03-20-2015, 08:45 AM   #619
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We just finished our second big trip in our Flagstaff 27RLWS. We started last fall, were gone for five months, and traveled thru 13 states, ending up in Arizona. Total miles were 8330 and our Suburban averaged 10.8 MPG . The only problem was the black water handle was broken by a rock, luckily, it was empty, and there was an RV parts place in Wickenburg, AZ. We are still running on the original Westlake tires. I have a TPMS, and check inflation and run the tires 5 psi above the normal pressure. We have almost 18,00 miles on the tires and they still are looking good, wear wise.
Will probably change them before the next big trip.
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We had a lot of rain in Phoenix for a week, and found that we had condensation issues in the wardrobe slide. We had to crack the bathroom fan to let the moisture out. We actually had drops of water running down the outside wall of the closet. We hadn't had a door or windows open for a while.
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