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Old 09-30-2016, 12:14 AM   #231
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How do I go about running the furnace? Also how do I get the grille off the back of the fridge? Sorry for the newbie questions.
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Old 09-30-2016, 09:21 AM   #232
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Just move the thermostat to Heat and set the temperature.

The outside grill has a couple of thumb screws and it should open right up but I have not needed to open mine


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Old 09-30-2016, 11:45 AM   #233
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How do I go about running the furnace? Also how do I get the grille off the back of the fridge? Sorry for the newbie questions.
All little more detail on the grille:

Use a coin, key or screwdriver to turn the "thumbscrews" 90 degrees (from horizontal to vertical, as I recall). Then you typically have to stick your fingers up into the openings in the grille and PULL HARD to get the grille out. It rotates out from the bottom.

Closing it, you insert the tabs at the top and rotate the bottom inward. You usually need to wiggle the thumbscrews until they go into their holes, then turn them 90 degrees again. Make sure the fridge drain line is sticking out through the holes in the grille.
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Old 10-14-2016, 12:54 AM   #234
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All little more detail on the grille:

Use a coin, key or screwdriver to turn the "thumbscrews" 90 degrees (from horizontal to vertical, as I recall). Then you typically have to stick your fingers up into the openings in the grille and PULL HARD to get the grille out. It rotates out from the bottom.

Closing it, you insert the tabs at the top and rotate the bottom inward. You usually need to wiggle the thumbscrews until they go into their holes, then turn them 90 degrees again. Make sure the fridge drain line is sticking out through the holes in the grille.

Thanks for the info guys!
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Old 10-14-2016, 12:57 AM   #235
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One more question for some reason the put the tag holder on the tail light on the ladder side and the tag will not fit. I thought I could just swap them but is there a connector for the light or will I have to cut the wires and splice?
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Old 10-14-2016, 09:17 AM   #236
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I'm 90% sure you'll have to splice. Most of these kinds of tail lights come with pig tails, not connectors.
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Eclipse, how do you like the 2504s? We just love ours. One thing to watch out for is the bottom feet of the murphy bed has 2 round rubber pads that are supposed to protect the floor. Instead they will put dents/ holes in the floor very quickly. Swing out the bottom part and look. I made and stained 4inch wood blocks then screwed them on and glued carpet to the bottom of the blocks. At the very least remove the rubber pads and use a towel or rug under the feet when the bed is in use. I got lucky, most of my dents in the floor came back to the original shape. Jay
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Old 10-15-2016, 10:14 AM   #238
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Old 10-16-2016, 02:52 PM   #239
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Wow, im super jealous you can store yours indoors. That is so
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Wow, im super jealous you can store yours indoors. That is so

On a day like today I really appreciate the indoor storage for the camper. It has alReady snowed 8-10" and now has been raining since last night. I can't see out the house windows due to the ice buildup. The indoor storage is a simple uninsulated and unheated pole shed. It does great at keeping the weather extremes and the sun off.
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