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Old 07-10-2012, 09:16 AM   #461
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My water heater only seems to be working on propane.

There is a switch outside in the WH area it had a pin in it to keep it Off. I turned on the switch on the inside of the trailer next the to the propane switch. Left it on over night still no hot water. I also tried with both switches on and still no luck. I checked the breakers everything is ok.

Is there something else i'm missing?
Please ask this questions not specific to Sabers in the proper forum area. In this case the Plumbing forum.
I will move it there.
The answers you are looking for are in the FAQ and the manuals are in the files area.
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:04 PM   #462
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Has anyone removed the air vents from the sealing from a 2013 sabre?

I can't seem to get them out, it looks like there's a tab but i can't seem to release it. Don't want to break a grill trying.
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:14 PM   #463
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Has anyone removed the air vents from the sealing from a 2013 sabre?

I can't seem to get them out, it looks like there's a tab but i can't seem to release it. Don't want to break a grill trying.
I've had mine out on my 2011 I twisted and pulled.
Why u taking them off?
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:18 PM   #464
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There are 4 in the kids bedroom and it cools down that room like twice as much as all the other rooms, so i'd like to either replace two with some that can be closed, or put a piece of foam inside to close them off.

So you twisted and pulled, are there slots or anything that needs to be lined up? I'm scared to break it. The wife wouldn't be too happy about that.
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Old 07-10-2012, 10:26 PM   #465
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There are 4 in the kids bedroom and it cools down that room like twice as much as all the other rooms, so i'd like to either replace two with some that can be closed, or put a piece of foam inside to close them off.

So you twisted and pulled, are there slots or anything that needs to be lined up? I'm scared to break it. The wife wouldn't be too happy about that.
No I don't believe there were slots to line up it just seemed to come off when I twisted and turned.

Ours is the same very cold in the rear bunk house.

Be careful blocking off the ducted ventilation if you do to much your a/c won't get enough air flow and freeze up.
We just leave the door open to the bunkhouse.

Ours blows so hard in bunkhouse the vents whistle.

I would try restricting it a little at a time in the bunk house.
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Old 07-11-2012, 01:02 AM   #466
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Dear Customer,
There is a TV swivel bracket that you can purchase through a Sabre dealer. The part number is 30I26514A. This bracket will accommodate a 24" TV. It mounts in the corner where the front wardrobe meets the sidewall. Any TV larger than 24" should be placed on the dresser. I hope that helps.
Thanx Sabre Sam, Is the whole wall from the window to the closet, strong enough for this mount or only the area in the corner ?
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Does anyone know if its still recommended to put anode rod in 2013 Sabres? I heard if the tank was aluminum it wasn't required. I can't find anywhere in the sabre documentation if it's a steel or aluminum tanks.
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Does anyone know if its still recommended to put anode rod in 2013 Sabres? I heard if the tank was aluminum it wasn't required. I can't find anywhere in the sabre documentation if it's a steel or aluminum tanks.
Do you know that there's not one in it?
What model and brand of hw heater is it?
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Old 07-11-2012, 12:57 PM   #469
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I didn't check, didn't think this was a standard item on new trailers, as it wasn't on my old one.
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what about 2012 sabre??
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