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136  Main Forum / General Discussion / Mold on outside caulking near the rear and front caps on: July 07, 2014, 01:14:25 pm
We just noticed some dark colored mold growing on the outside caulking where the rear and front caps join the side walls.  We can scrape most of it off, but it seems to be extending under the narrow vertical trim pieces that cover those seams.
Any suggestions on how to kill this mold where it may have grown deeper into the caulking behind the trim pieces?
137  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: HWH Levelers on: July 07, 2014, 12:59:34 pm
We also have and like the HWH leveling jacks that the factory installed for us. 
The only problem we've had is that one jack (the front driver side jack) almost always fails to extend (drop the jack leg down from its store position) on the first attempt to start the leveling process.  We than hit the "store" button to retract all of the jacks and start over.  It sometimes takes two or three attempts (or some gentle pounding on the jack under the coach) to get this one to extend (make the leg drop down).
The HWH Operators Manual states that the jacks require very little maintenance and the jack rods should not be wiped and do not need to be oiled or sprayed with anything.  But, maybe we need to add a touch of lubrication to the hinge(?) bolt to make the jack leg drop down.  Any suggestions?
138  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Towing Ford Edge Limited AWD on: June 26, 2014, 10:33:05 am
The Invisibrake system that we installed in August has worked very well for us.  The little red light on the PC dash indicates when the brake is applied on our Honda CR-V toad.
139  Main Forum / Photos / Re: Travels with Sparky and Minou on: June 20, 2014, 01:06:51 pm
Hi John and Holly,
Your cat Snickers is beautiful!
Minou is 17 years old and has traveled with us in an RV all of her life.  She's a total indoor kitty, so does love the "cave" in the PC.
Bruce and Sharon
140  Main Forum / Photos / Re: Travels with Sparky and Minou on: June 20, 2014, 12:56:02 pm
Hi Carol.
Sparky wears a STEP-IN Mesh EZ Wrap Bark Appeal Dog Harness when outside and while we're traveling in our car or RV.  Like you say, it's secure and comfy for him.  We attach the harness to a lease attached to a seat belt buckle so that he has some freedom to move about and/or jump up in Sharon's lap as we're traveling.  Here's one site that will give you more info on this and other harnesses:

Sparky is a very respectful dog, both at home and on the road.  We seldom have any issues with him and other campers' pets as we always walk him with his harness and lease.  He does get over-excited when we happen to pass close to large dogs or large-breed puppies, so we need to remind him not to bark at them.  A water spray bottle is a great help to get his attention.

When we leave him in the RV for an extended period of time, we leave a Kong filled with treats to keep him happy and occupied.

We hope you and your dog have many happy travels.

--Bruce and Sharon

141  Main Forum / Photos / Travels with Sparky and Minou on: June 20, 2014, 01:48:33 am
One of the main reasons we have an RV is to bring our pets with us while traveling.  Here are some of our photos taken during our first year with our Phoenix Cruiser.  Minou the cat is very shy, so she is seldom in any photo.  Sparky the dog always likes to be in the picture, so he's in most of them.
Bruce and Sharon

142  Main Forum / Photos / Sparky with us on Monterey Bay shoreline on: June 19, 2014, 05:46:36 pm
We're trying to learn how to post photos on this site.
This one was taken very near our home in Pacific Grove, CA.
Bruce and Sharon
143  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Roof air not working on: June 02, 2014, 08:23:05 pm
We've been using the Pressure Pro tire monitoring system on our motorhomes and toads for about ten years and really like it.
It make it easy to quickly check the tire pressures and gives us some confidence that we won't have a tire problem on the road.  We still check the pressures manually at least once a month to see that the monitoring system is still working.

By the way, you might get more responses on this if you make a new post with a more descriptive Subject line.  IMHO.

144  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Before/After pictures of the entry step and hitch on: May 30, 2014, 11:58:22 am
Beautiful protection job!  Is the chassis saver applied with a brush? 
Seems like drips from bottom of the step could be hazardous while applying it.
145  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Where do you store your golf clubs on: May 27, 2014, 06:24:48 pm
We store our golf clubs in our Honda CR-V toad.  None of the PC models have an outside storage area large enough to hold a set of clubs in a golf bag.
Bruce and Sharon
146  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Entry Door Weather Stripping on: May 25, 2014, 11:47:09 pm

Our entry door weather stripping is put on in four pieces--two horizontal and two vertical.

The vertical strip at the hinge-side of the door is cut square at both the top and the bottom, so it runs as one straight piece.

The top and bottom horizontal pieces butt up against the vertical hinge-side strip and and are cut at a 45 degree angle where they meet up with the vertical strip on the lock side of the door.

The vertical strip on the lock side of the door is cut at a 45 degree angle at each end to join into the top and bottom horizontal strips.

Hope this explains the installation.

We've not had any leaks there during our short ownership of our PC.

147  Main Forum / General Discussion / Incorrect heading indicated on mirror compass? on: May 18, 2014, 08:29:07 pm
During our last outing while driving about 150 miles, we noticed that the compass in the rear view mirror was showing some obviously incorrect headings.  Sometimes when we knew we were headed almost due north, the compass showed that we were headed south-west.
I talked to Kermit about this.  He thinks the errors are caused by the compass sensor being placed too close to the radiator.  When the radiator gets hot, the heat causes errors in compass heading.  Kermit said I could reposition the sensor that is located under the front bumper (driver side), but I can find no sensor anywhere.
Has anyone had any compass error like this?  Can you tell me where the sensor is located on your PC?
148  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Blu-Ray DVD player failure on: May 07, 2014, 01:50:20 am

Good to hear that it's easy to pull that unit out without causing any damage.  I'll give that a try.

149  Main Forum / General Discussion / Blu-Ray DVD player failure on: May 06, 2014, 12:39:24 pm
We've only used our factory installed DVD player in the FM mode since we bought our new PC.  It was working fine in that mode until yesterday when we had started having problems:

First, we had constant static in the sound on every station we tuned to.  No static was heard on the little portable radio we have with us, so we thought there must be some interference with the DVD's antenna or other failure with it.  We're parked in an open area with no visible obstruction.  Don't know where the antenna is located, so we just turned the set off.

Later in the day we tried to get FM again, but this time the set will not function at all.  The "OFF" light in the front panel of the DVD player is on constantly and will not change to "ON" or any other display by pressing the on/off button on the set or on the remote control.

We notice that the entire set had shifted a little out of the small space in which it's located in the overhead cabinet.  We can push it back into place, but wonder if something has come loose in the rear of the set.  Don't know if we should try pulling the whole set out of its space to investigate or anything else to try.  In fact, we aren't really sure how to access the back of the unit, or how to pull it out safely.

Anyone have a suggestion on how to diagnose these problems?

Bruce and Sharon
150  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: April 27, 2014, 02:15:17 pm

Do you have an option to have your 2450 built on an E350 or an E450?  If so, I recommend you choose the E450.

One of the concerns I had with the 2013 2350 that we first owned was the rear end of the E350 chassis would drag on the pavement in steep dips such as at a parking lot or gas station.  I was worried that the Macerater system would be damaged some time.  This has happened to some PC owners, and there are ways to compensate for that, but I'd rather avoid the issue entirely.

The E450 chassis on our 2014 2552 is about 3" taller and we never have the dragging problem.


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