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Old 07-06-2018, 02:29 PM   #61
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Yeah unfortunately, I should have bought British.


I bet shipping cost was high. Itís just me but I have a camper that was built on a Monday by a bunch of drunks that came to work and had a party and got drunk again. I traded that camper
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Old 07-09-2018, 10:54 AM   #62
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I bet shipping cost was high. Itís just me but I have a camper that was built on a Monday by a bunch of drunks that came to work and had a party and got drunk again. I traded that camper
So true, why are they in a job!!!
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Old 07-09-2018, 12:14 PM   #63
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We bought a champagne 38el and the water heater flow sensor failed in 1st month and Both! Air conditioners failed the gas leaked out with less than 2hrs work in them, and that means 2 new unit's which as we live in UK I'm not going to get, really think before you buy any forestriver ceder creek 5th wheel.

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I am curious on your AC issue, did you change the voltage on your trailer to agree with the voltage used in England? If not this could be why the AC units failed. Even though the unit is 50 AMPS it is still 110/115 volts, 60 Hz. England's electrical system if I remember correctly is 230 volts 50 Hz. This will burn up any US made electrical appliance, if no voltage convert was not used.
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I am curious on your AC issue, did you change the voltage on your trailer to agree with the voltage used in England? If not this could be why the AC units failed. Even though the unit is 50 AMPS it is still 110/115 volts, 60 Hz. England's electrical system if I remember correctly is 230 volts 50 Hz. This will burn up any US made electrical appliance, if no voltage convert was not used.
Hi yes all have to be converted, we have the correct voltage at A/C as they work, van and compressor comes on, it just has no gas due to it leaking out of the brazing welds, you can see the oily residue. Thanks for the input.
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