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  1. Boots49
    04-11-2018 02:33 PM
    Boots49
    That was exactly what I was looking for thank you.
  2. BC treveler
    Hi wmtire,
    sorry i didnt keep you in the lop kid and I had the flu. any way. fixed the issue.
    it has 4 legs and loves cheeze. the little bastardo chewed through a yellow wire one leading from the tank. re spliced and presto all good and wife is happy again. thank you for all of your trouble shooting input.
    dean
  3. BC treveler
    Hello wmtire. I have a dilema. my suburban 6gal hot water tank is not working.
    what i have done 1 checked juice @ element, no pwr checked juice at thermal hi low, no pwr checked juice at the main switch (left side of the tank) no pwr. checked 120vac breaker aokay. pwr to interior lighted switch (12vdc) pwr is there. I read there is a 12vdc relay that energizes the switch at the tank etc. would you know where this little bugger ism so I can test it. scratchin me head all day on this eve of Christmas eve.

    Thanks in advance, from BC canada
  4. ChillinOut
    Thanks for the work you do. It seems that more and more junk is displayed on this Forum than ever before.
    Thanks for shutting down the thread "Suggestion for Site Administrator" posted 11/18/17 that turned into an immigration free for all.
    I tried to write to the Administrators (probably unsuccessfully since I don't think the "Contact Us" feature works) about a thread started on 11/17/17 "Off to Deer Camp" which has no relevance to this Forest River Forum.
    If I wanted to read about Deer Hunting and I DON'T, I would go to a hunting forum.

    Sincerely. Chillinout
  5. 1stGrumpy
    I am going back to my original post and see if I am able to post. Just in case I can't, the answer to your question is yes, that's how I have been doing it. Thanks...
  6. 1stGrumpy
    I am shocked, this is the first time that I have been able to post since my original question. Every time that I try to post I get "This page isn't working"!
  7. 1stGrumpy
    Well, let's see if this works.
  8. Ham Camper
    Thanks for all the good info on propane. Seems like a lot of places are screwing us over on refills.
  9. randy1946
    Mine first started in front of the kitchen sink area and seems to be expanding towards the bathroom. I had heard that Forest River had complaints about the laminate underlay breaking down but never heard if there was a resolution. I do know water has not played a role in the softening spots. I was going to contact Foest River and see if they could recommend a repair facility.
    Will let you know if I have any success.
  10. randy1946
    I think you have the same model Flagstaff as I do. Was wondering how your floors are holding up. Mine are developing soft areas and it's not from water as the trailer is stored indoors.

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  • About wmtire
    Location
    Northeast Louisiana
    City
    West Monroe
    State/Province
    Louisiana
    RV Brand
    Flagstaff
    RV Year and Model
    2011 831RLBSS
    My Tow Vehicle
    2001 Dodge 2500 Diesel
    Gender
    Male
    Occupation
    Self-employed
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    2011 Flagstaff 831 RLBSS

    Iíve lost my scapegoat.
    I have nobody to blame but myself.

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