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Old 02-24-2012, 07:52 PM   #11
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I'm picking up my 8315 for RVW in Ohio March the 26th. I live in San Diego CA so I'm camping all the way home. Not sure how many changes are in the 2012-13 but I know the 2011 we looked at when makeing our decision that model did have a battery disconnect. Be sure to turn off the batteries when you put the TT in storage...
We just leave ours plugged in during storage . I understand some people may not be able to do that . And the question all ways seems to come up . If you should or should not .
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Old 02-24-2012, 08:40 PM   #12
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Three quick questions:

1. Where is the water filter housing located?
Looking at the floorplan I would guess in the bottom of the linen cabinet in the bath. You will need to remove a panel to see it. You should be able to hear the pump when it is running so follow the sound.

2. Where is the battery disconnect switch located?
A disconnect is standard on the 2012. Look near the front by the battery case or inside near the fuse panel.

3. Where is the water heater bypass located?
Again, it would be behind a panel by the water heater.
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Old 02-25-2012, 10:36 AM   #13
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We just leave ours plugged in during storage . I understand some people may not be able to do that . And the question all ways seems to come up . If you should or should not .
What is a sno pro and a ski do. LOL LOL I shouldn't do that haveing been raised in Indiana. Your picture of the snow and the ski do bring back many great memories.

Summer is a comming
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Old 02-25-2012, 10:43 AM   #14
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What is a sno pro and a ski do. LOL LOL I shouldn't do that haveing been raised in Indiana. Your picture of the snow and the ski do bring back many great memories.

Summer is a comming

LOVE the winters in the midwest but I am ready for summer ! At the least spring!
I have yet to RIDE in my home state yet and doesn't look good either. But I put have put on 1240 miles in 2 trips to the north woods !
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