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Old 02-13-2016, 10:14 AM   #31
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Where did you get your lights for replacement and how much are they? If you don't mind me asking? I suspected this was the case, this camper just came in, they posted the pics at my request 2 days ago.
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Old 02-13-2016, 01:25 PM   #32
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I was looking at pictures I took of my 23ws and couldn't tell if the lights were round or oval, since the pictures were taken with the lights in the ON position.
So, intrigued, I decided to go check it out..........I just came back from inside my 23ws...We have the oval lights and they all have switches.


BTW Mr Havercamp, when you posted the picture of the AC vent in the rear bedroom, It made me go Hummmmm!!
The first time I looked, I couldn't open the private room door (Slide out was in)..... I was peeking through the opening at the top of the door. This time, I took a flashlight with me............I don't have an AC vent in that room, but there is one about 6 inches outside the door which I can direct through that opening.
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Old 02-13-2016, 05:38 PM   #33
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I do not know how well they work but I figured for less than $10 each I'd roll the dice. Plenty of others on Ebay to choose from also. You can bet that Rockwood also used the cheapest that could be found. I sent an email to the seller to see if he will be relisting the package of 10 which was a little cheaper per light.
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Dre..........................do you have a holesaw? Pull the vent outside the door and using a piece of wire verify the duct channel in the foam roof extends back there, then drill away. You'll never get a better feeling than drilling and cutting holes in new trailers
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I don't think I'll start drilling holes.....Here in Maine, we don't
use the AC very often. Nights tend to be on the cool side most of the summer, and during the day, we're outside.
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Old 02-15-2016, 05:39 AM   #35
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Another question I have about my new 23ws, does anyone know if the oven has a pilot light I have to light or is it auto light? if it is auto light does it work with the battery? I had to light a pilot light on my Kodiak and it was tough to do, I have the safire package and it says on my build sheet Gas Oven $290, should be auto light for that much money LOL
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if the oven has a pilot light I have to light or is it auto light?
Total guess....you have to light a pilot light for the over. The burners will have the piezo like a gas grill.

I'm pretty sure no one makes a small 3 burner range/oven combo as used in the Roo's with electronic ignition for the oven.
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when did they add piezo lighters for the stove?

of course, my Roo is a 2007 and requires lighting both stove and oven.
didn't know the newer Roos had piezos for the burners.
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when did they add piezo lighters for the stove?

of course, my Roo is a 2007 and requires lighting both stove and oven.
didn't know the newer Roos had piezos for the burners.
My 2008 Shamrock 183 had the piezo lighters - if that's what you call that dial on the stove front you crank to light the burners.
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Dan, time to trade.
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Dan, time to trade.
Well, after almost 10 years with our Roo, we'll be going to the Dark Side with our next trailer.
Not sure when but this will be our last year with it.
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