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76  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Leaning right 2551 (maybe it is leaning toward Romney) on: June 13, 2012, 04:26:21 pm
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Thanks otto PC guys and gals. After a short call to Kermit, the problem is on its way to being fixed. What a company they are, and i did not purchase new from them!

Here is his comment. When my 2551 was built, Ford had just changed from a 14,050 # chassis to a 14,500# chassis. Prior to the heaver chassis they put a spacer on the driver side to counter the extra weight of the holding tanks, slide and gas tank. Apparently i do not need that spacer and it can be removed from the Truck suspension.

greg
77  Main Forum / General Discussion / Leaning right 2551 (maybe it is leaning toward Romney) on: June 13, 2012, 03:37:44 pm
My 2551 is leaning to the right has anyone experience this, it is full of gas (on left) no water (on right) the right is 2.5 inches lower than than the right at the rear.
78  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Need help to diagnose an electrical Problem on: May 13, 2012, 07:38:30 am
This is an update, we did not experience this problem ever again on the last trip, about the only thing we did differently before plugging into the outside power is to slide the slide without the engine running.

Greg
79  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Rust ib frame -- am i being to anal on this concern? on: May 12, 2012, 11:47:38 pm
Thanks. Will look for material at home depot tomorrow.

Greg
80  Main Forum / General Discussion / Rust ib frame -- am i being to anal on this concern? on: May 12, 2012, 05:23:07 pm
I did not see any posts on the issue or slight rust on the underside, so hopefully this has not been discussed.

I live in Florida and purchased this rig in Indiana in January, where it did not have much travel (less than 9,000 miles in 2 plus years.) i was under the PC today fixing a few wires and trying to figure out where all the parts are.

I notice that both of the support brackets that follow the main chassis of the E450, but not the other has some surface rust on it. I live in Florida very close to Tampa Bay and we are always watching out for rust. I cannot tell if this rust -- see photo -- is something that has been there for a long time, or is a Florida environmental issue.

I am of the mind to scrape it off and paint with black Rustoleum. Has anyone else every encounter this problem and decided to something about it?

Greg
2552s
2010
81  Main Forum / General Discussion / loose wire to steps on 2551s on: May 12, 2012, 05:07:08 pm
I had some slack in the wires to the step that you could see when sitting in a chair to the side of the PC. I fixed the slack with an additional clasp. However when i did this i found that there is a light colored purple wire that is not attached to anything, it does not effect the movement of the step and the step does not look as if it has ever been attached to anything see attached jpeg.

Does anyone have any idea where this is suppose to go?

If no one answers i will call Kermit next week and post the answer.

Greg
2552s
2010
82  Main Forum / General Discussion / Remove TV 2551 2010 on: May 12, 2012, 04:58:16 pm
I searched the forum posts and found two discussions on removing the up-front TV. The two discussion are in conflict.

Does it lift up and out or do you need to remove some screws on the two corner cabinets.

Greg

2551s
2010
83  Main Forum / General Discussion / Does anyone know how to lubricate HWH jacks? on: May 09, 2012, 04:10:42 pm
Two of my HWH jacks need a little coaxing before the come into play.

I think they need lubrication, but where and with what.

Greg
2551 '09
84  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Need help to diagnose an electrical Problem on: May 09, 2012, 02:58:49 pm
Here is my diagnosis:  we noted that the voltage readout on the inverter switch showed "--- ----" so we disconnected from the pole, then turned the inverter (remote panel behind the driver seat on wall) switch on and off then the read out changed to "13.6

Then we plugged back into the pole and all was okay. We run the generator once a month and stay plugged in while in the nest.

Thanks for your help

Greg '09 2551
85  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Need help to diagnose an electrical Problem on: May 07, 2012, 10:10:36 pm
Back on, after unplug from site, fiddle with converter panel then replug. Ingunity wins out, like blind squirrel who finds acorn.

Any suggestions.

Greg P2552 09
86  Main Forum / General Discussion / Need help to diagnose an electrical Problem on: May 07, 2012, 10:01:46 pm
I have 09 2551 PC. We are plugged in to camp site, with AC on  one outlet next to converter panel is hot, one behind drivers seat and micro wave is hot and refrig is on. Other outlets under sink, rear Tv, and bathroom, for front TV and hot water have no power.

Reset all 110 circuits no change.

Any ideas, if so Please call 727. 743. 5597 Or email ge.montana@ gmail.com

Thanks

Thanks
87  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Advice regarding purchasing a PC. We are new to the PC and B+ World on: February 03, 2012, 05:10:42 pm
What is the white pipe in the third photo used for?

gemontana
2551
2010
88  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: How does your PC ride? on: February 03, 2012, 05:04:37 pm
I find the 2551 to have an improved ride, with alignment, safe-t-break and bilsteins. It drives more like a panel truck, and the total cost for these  three services is about $1,100.

The alignment shop put our tires at 85 lbs, need to check that out based on other comments.

ge.montana
2551S
2010
89  Main Forum / General Discussion / Emptying the grey and water tanks on: February 03, 2012, 04:59:48 pm
It seems that the meter never shows the tanks being less than 1/3 full. That is after the pump runs free and there is no more water being expelled, the meter shows 1/3 full.

I recognize it may be the meter, but am wondering if i ought to just put the 3.5 inch drain hose on and see if it wlll empty any more. Any other suggestions. Is there a way to see the tanks to make a visual inspection in both tanks?

gm 2010 2551
90  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: January 16, 2012, 05:11:52 pm
Greg & Kathy Matthews from St. Petersburg, FL and Red Lodge MT.

We are moving from 28 years of sailing a 1980 Tartan 33 to a 26.5' Motor Home. It is a lot easier to drop anchor with a motor home than with a sloop.

We are busy planning our first summer with a trip to the Canadian Maritimes.

After much research and a lot of reading many posts on many RV forums we decided on a 2010 2551 that we purchased two weeks ago. We spent the weekend at the Tampa Show and nothing else that we wish we had purchased.

Greg Matthews
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