We have also been underwhelmed with the water heater. In our 2013 Jayco x23B the recovery time was much faster, the hot water lasted longer and even if it ran out it would still provide warm water. I'm ordering a new showerhead thinking it might perform better, http://amzn.com/B00F5MUB66
. As someone suggested, I did check my bypass valve yesterday on the chance that it was in the wrong position allowing hot and cold to mix but, no, it is set correctly.
Haven't seen the subwoofer under the sink. I assumed it was next to the fireplace under the iRV66. Yes, the iRV66 leaves a lot to be desired in documentation as well as functionality. Funny, I also watched the new Star Wars in the trailer yesterday but I was doing chores in there, not camping. Also watched the Masters. That LG has a pretty sweet picture.
I opened up the undersink panel in the bathroom and decided that the inside of that cabinet door is the perfect place to mount the toilet roll. Just open the cabinet door when you sit down. I hung the towel bar on the trim piece above the bath/bed passage.
I changed the Winegard ANT/CABLE/AMP wallplate out for this, http://amzn.com/B007AORLC4
and added the Winegard Wingman antenna, http://amzn.com/B001U2DPUE
. Picking up twice as many channels now and the signal meter on the wall plate makes tuning the antenna a breeze. While in there I modified the satellite wiring and put a DirecTV splitter behind the wall so I can hook up my 2 receivers without messing with splitters and jumpers in the shelf area.
When I picked up my trailer I gave the dealer this BR TV mount to install, http://amzn.com/B00AZS91UC
. It comes with 2 slip in brackets so you can move the TV to 2 different locations. The dealer installed the one in the bedroom too high and barely left enough room to slip the mount into the bracket so I moved it over and down a bit. The dealer wouldn't install the outside mount saying they wouldn't drill through the fiberglass. I think they were just being lazy because they drill through fiberglass all the time. I contacted Forest River and they sent me the side wall schematic showing where the steel backer is for the outside TV so I got that mounted up. A bit concerned though as I didn't feel any steel when drilling the holes. I did feel the steel when drilling the inside mount. I've got some very strong little magnets here at work so I'll take them home today and do some checking. I was able to feel the backer for the inside TV using the magnets in a bottle opener but it wouldn't work through the fiberglass.
Has anybody checked their 8329SS for level when it's closed up? I know it's going to lean when the slides are out but it seems like it should ride level when closed up. Mine leans toward the driver's side about a full bubble. It's making hitch installation a problem because the passenger side is higher and it's hard to unload the weight distribution bar on that side?