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Old 03-25-2012, 08:35 PM   #91
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De-winterized my 2306 this weekend -- the fresh water system works with no leaks! I was nervous because I wasn't able to PDI the fresh water system during pickup. Now I'm just hoping it doesn't freeze any more this spring here in Colorado.

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Old 03-25-2012, 08:42 PM   #92
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Hi pg_rider!

I'm Mrs. Accountant. Does the pantry in your 2306 have adjustable shelving or any shelving in general? I thought that it doesn't but my husband says it does. Who's right?
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Old 03-25-2012, 08:47 PM   #93
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Hi pg_rider!

I'm Mrs. Accountant. Does the pantry in your 2306 have adjustable shelving or any shelving in general? I thought that it doesn't but my husband says it does. Who's right?
It's two separate cabinets (upper and lower) with no shelves, only a hanging rod in each. I don't see why you couldn't add shelves though.
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Old 03-26-2012, 07:40 AM   #94
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We are towing with a 2002 dodge Durango, w/factory tow package, 4.7 v-8, 3.55 differential.
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I have a new Flagstaff 21FBRS which is the same as the 2109S. We like it very much so far. Has anyone located the battery disconnect switch that was listed as standard equipment in the brochure? I posted this in the electrical section but maybe one of you that have the same basic model have found the switch.
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Old 03-26-2012, 09:05 AM   #96
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I have a new Flagstaff 21FBRS which is the same as the 2109S. We like it very much so far. Has anyone located the battery disconnect switch that was listed as standard equipment in the brochure? I posted this in the electrical section but maybe one of you that have the same basic model have found the switch.
This thread may help -- hopefully your setup is similar to other MiniLites:

Where is my battery disconnect switch?
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Oops -- just realized the thread I referenced above is the thread you started! lol Well, hopefully it's still useful.
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My disconnect switch is in just to the right of my electrical panel below the fridge on my 2109S. Very easy to get to and in easy reach of entrance door.
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pg rider: Nice setup you have but you don't want to travel with the roof vents open unless you have max air vent covers. The wind will snap those things off if left open.
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