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Old 09-23-2015, 07:14 PM   #161
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Ok, finally had time to trouble shoot this, the top fuse labeled "bedroom" was blown. There was a red L.E.D. light next to it as well telling me it was blown but I apparently did not get that far in my manual reading. This one fuse runs the following lights: next to front bed, over sink, range hood light and fan, both lights in garage area located over the benches and the electronic thermostat. Does this also have something to do with my fridge not working on gas? Not sure about that yet. So lesson learned, red light on is bad. Also picked up several spare fuses for future use.
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Old 09-23-2015, 07:48 PM   #162
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The first thing I would do is to go light the stove. Sometimes you might have air in the lines. Then reset the fridge and see if it works.


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Old 09-26-2015, 07:33 AM   #163
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Thanks Toby, looks like everything works now, fridge and furnace. Have trip planned to Copper Harbor, MI in a couple of weeks.
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Old 09-26-2015, 10:50 AM   #164
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The first thing I would do is to go light the stove. Sometimes you might have air in the lines. Then reset the fridge and see if it works.


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That seems to happen frequently. Have had the same problem.
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Old 09-28-2015, 07:54 AM   #165
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Yea if you turn the gas off at the tank then that happens. Maybe it's the regulator. I have no idea. I just know that whenever I turn my tanks on, I go light the stove. Then everything just works. I turn my fridge on two days before a planned trip.


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what is the size of the tires and the load range on the 27RR?
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Old 10-06-2015, 05:33 PM   #167
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Ok, finally had time to trouble shoot this, the top fuse labeled "bedroom" was blown. There was a red L.E.D. light next to it as well telling me it was blown but I apparently did not get that far in my manual reading. This one fuse runs the following lights: next to front bed, over sink, range hood light and fan, both lights in garage area located over the benches and the electronic thermostat. Does this also have something to do with my fridge not working on gas? Not sure about that yet. So lesson learned, red light on is bad. Also picked up several spare fuses for future use.
I got my new 27RR last fall....carry two 735lb Harley deluxes in Condor chocks in garage...water heater plugs in under mattress plywood..NEVER PLUG IT IN ALWAYS USE THE GASHEATING OPPERATION...faster n better ! Was at several campgrouns this summer, the last being Little River Casino Campground for our steelhead and salmon flyfishing trip....The Refrigerator WILL NOT RUN ON GAS...unless the trailer is just about perfectly level and plum ! Have 18.500 miles on china bomb tires...carry two china bomb spares...next month we get 80 psi tires from Michelin and new rims....and pease of mind !
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Great TV!!!!!!!!!

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So my wife and I have a 2015 RZR XP1000 Desert Edition and looked high and low for a TH that had a garage deep enough to fit the RZR. The RZR is 10'6" long and therefore that eliminated all the 8x10 garaged THs. Then we got to measure a 27RR. Perfect fit! Tight, but will work. The local dealer already had one ordered with all the options and it's on the way. We will be pulling it with a 2015 RAM 2500 4wd Cummins 6.7 so the truck shouldn't be a issue.

My only concern is the RZR weighs 1700 lbs. which really limits my 'other' cargo weight. Hopefully all will be well. The RV dealer is telling me to get the E2 hitch. Any thoughts good or bad about this set up?

We are new to the TH/travel trailer thing and have been making a list of what to buy before we head out. Here is the list, If I am forgetting something, please smack me upside the head. LOL

30 amp cord
30 amp extension cord
Rhino sewer hose and extension
garden hose
water pressure regulator
water filter
90* elbow for water hose
Winegard carryout G2 for Direct TV
Direct TV receiver
RV toilet paper
Chemicals for treating tanks?
Michelob Ultra
Yeti
Michelob Ultra
Propane portable grill
Hose to connect grill to camper port
Michelob Ultra
Mat to go under awning (assuming 6x15?)
Bedding supplies
kitchen crap
bathroom crap
red sangria
broom and a mop

Is that all?
Thank you all for your input!!!
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I got my new 27RR last fall....carry two 735lb Harley deluxes in Condor chocks in garage...water heater plugs in under mattress plywood..NEVER PLUG IT IN ALWAYS USE THE GASHEATING OPPERATION...faster n better ! Was at several campgrouns this summer, the last being Little River Casino Campground for our steelhead and salmon flyfishing trip....The Refrigerator WILL NOT RUN ON GAS...unless the trailer is just about perfectly level and plum ! Have 18.500 miles on china bomb tires...carry two china bomb spares...next month we get 80 psi tires from Michelin and new rims....and pease of mind !


Mine isn't all that picky but I keep a level in my fridge and level my camper by that. It has been working good.


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mine are ST205175R14 AND LOAD is max single 1760lbs and max dual 1570lbs. Not sure of manufacture.
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