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16  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Battery wiring diagram for PC2100 (2008) on: October 21, 2015, 10:28:16 am
Thanks yes, it was 2 12v group 27 batts. Ron, my wires were the same as yours, and I thought the 2 black cables to the rig were on one terminal but the guy insisted I was wrong and put one on each batteries neg terminal. Both jumpers are on correctly after a brief but intense tussle where he tried to wire everything in series. Thank god I had the battery disconnect off. 


17  Main Forum / General Discussion / Battery wiring diagram for PC2100 (2008) on: October 20, 2015, 10:56:05 pm
Hi all,
Does anyone have any good pics of the battery wiring in the 2100, or a diagram? I got 2 new batteries today and am unsure he wired them the same way they were. Also, what component in my system is the likely culprit for boiling them dry? I'd like to avoid that again.

Thanks
Gail
18  Main Forum / Photos / Re: OH NO! More Snow .... on: February 21, 2015, 05:35:08 pm
I picked the right year to winter in Florida.
19  Main Forum / Photos / Three Rivers State Park in Florida on: February 01, 2015, 02:37:36 pm
I really loved this park. This was taken during a recent Loners On Wheels campout. Next one is on the opposite shore on 2/27/15.
20  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Wheel cover installation problem on: February 01, 2015, 02:32:56 pm
The silicone spray idea worked for me. I didn't think it would, but hit the wheel covers with some Liquid Wrench and they went back on with ease. I still can't easily get air in the tires with them on but at least I no longer fear pulling them off.
21  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Another Crazy idea from CrazyG.. on: January 19, 2015, 12:28:45 pm
Thanks. Some of the keys are light weight and compact. There are many nooks and cranys in our 21ft. baby.  Then I fill the toaster oven with kitchen linens, and have made a platform above the water tank that holds pans and plates. Amazing all the storage space you can find when you start looking. 

Hmmm.....I'm going to have to go look at my water tank now!! Awesome idea! I agree, there's a lot more storage in the 2100 than you think. I have a propane grill. a propane campfire, one small electric burner (I paid $10 for it at Big Lots) and an electric teakettle. Oh, and a Nutribullet and a Ninja immersion blender/food processor combo. Oh, and a pressure cooker and a cast iron skillet. :-) I spend most of my time without hookups so I could not live without the propane burners. The corian stove cover is way nicer than the burner toppers you see on raised cooktops and makes it  pretty seamless countertop when you're not using the stove. Roadtrek makes an all electric model with no propane, but I wouldn't be without it.
22  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Wheel cover installation problem on: January 19, 2015, 12:58:33 am
Has anyone replaced these things? I DESPISE mine.....it's impossible to get my compressor on the valve stem with them on and I am tired of screwing with them. I pulled them off to add air to the front tires and I really can't bring myself to put them back on. (Ok, also not like I probably COULD get them back on)  Any aftermarket options?
23  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Swapping out the inverter... on: December 17, 2014, 10:02:17 pm
Thanks. I do dry camp almost all the time. I had a small inverter that I plugged into the 12v outlet by the tv that I used for the longest time as I thought using the 2000w inverter to run under 100w of electronics was a waste. But I guess I got tired of extension cords hanging out of the cabinet and started using the built-in inverter.  And promptly had a hard drive fried. Maybe a coincidence but it's also pretty noisy which I don't care for.
24  Main Forum / General Discussion / Swapping out the inverter... on: December 17, 2014, 08:47:13 pm
Hi all, I use a lot of electronic gadgets and I am a bit afraid of the MSW inverter in my PC Cruiser. I had my first ever hard drive failure while plugged into it, and have had issues with the new laptop. So I am thinking of swapping it out with a pure sine wave model. Any one else ever do this?
25  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Levelers being balky on: December 17, 2014, 08:43:53 pm
Thanks for the replies. Yes, the parking brake is set, there's a different light that shows when I forget.  I've always had the engine running when leveling as I thought the manual said so, but I see now that was just on the written notes the seller gave me.  But I've always done it that way, and I used to be able to level as soon as I turned the system on, and now there's a delay. I'll crawl under one of these days soon and see what's what....I have to reattach my hitch wiring socket somehow.  (And the leveler delay started before the hitch dragging incident so they're not related)
26  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Levelers being balky on: December 16, 2014, 02:52:25 am
Hmm.....I'll have to go check the manual again. I could have sworn it said "ignition on"
27  Main Forum / General Discussion / Levelers being balky on: December 15, 2014, 10:23:17 pm
I looked in my manual but didn't see anything about this....  When I try to use the levelers, I put the rv in park with the engine running and turn on the system. When I press the arrow for the jack I want to extend, the red light by the power button, which had been steady, blinks and the jacks don't move. I'll try it again and again, and eventually after a few minutes, the jacks will extend.  It used to be that as soon as I wanted to level it would work, this delay is a new thing.  Storing the jacks works as it always did. Any ideas?
28  Main Forum / Photos / Re: White Sands National Monument on: December 15, 2014, 01:10:47 pm
Haha I don't know and hope never to find out. :-)  That's all sand. :-)
29  Main Forum / Photos / White Sands National Monument on: December 14, 2014, 11:31:44 pm
I get cold just looking at these pics but it was 65 deg last month when I was there.
30  Main Forum / Photos / Valley of the Gods, Utah on: December 14, 2014, 11:15:54 pm
This dirt road is not really recommended for RV's. A couple people told me I could do it no problem but it was beyond my comfort zone in a few places. I dragged the hitch carrier a few times, and ripped the wiring socket off. :-(  Ah well, it was a gorgeous drive.
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