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76  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: RV Cover for 28 foot 2552 on: August 24, 2016, 07:47:58 am
I have a question.
Why do you need to cover the RV.

I never have and don't see any reason I would need to, what am I missing?
77  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Progressive Industries EMS in a 2552 on: August 21, 2016, 08:16:34 am
Yes the switch on the remote is the bypass.

No noise of any kind.
78  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Progressive Industries EMS in a 2552 on: August 16, 2016, 07:10:53 pm
That's why I recommend you use #10  stranded wire, it is easier to bend.

79  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: PC Plant on: August 15, 2016, 11:10:21 am
If you are just driving up to see PC. Not to checkout a new coach, you can stay for FREE in their level parking lot. They have free power cable to use also.
Call them and make sure there is room for you that night.
I've stayed there 3 different times, buying, repairing and trading in a motorhome.
80  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Small stains in gel coat on: August 15, 2016, 11:02:00 am
I decided to try the other remover—Starbrite Ultimate.

I googled Starbrite Ultimate and find they make 4 different products with similar names.
Which one is it?

Also do you think you need to re-wax after using the cleaner?
81  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Exterior Paint on: August 11, 2016, 09:17:13 am
Here is the product I use to keep it looking brand new. I wax it twice a year but it is outside 100% of time with no cover. 1 liter lasts me 3 years.
3M 09062 Scotchgard Marine Liquid Wax, 1-Liter

Cost Amazon 1 liter $26.42 + shipping. Link
Cost  1 liter $22.50 with free shipping.  Link
82  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Progressive Industries EMS in a 2552 on: August 09, 2016, 04:54:46 pm
I put my readout, right by the door, above the disconnect switch.

Easy to see the error or voltage looking in the door and can't see it cycling between readouts, so it doesn't bother me.
83  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Flip Up Counter issue on: August 09, 2016, 10:36:41 am
My opinion is heat will not work at all. I know MEK works almost instantly on any contact cement.
84  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Progressive Industries EMS in a 2552 on: August 09, 2016, 10:30:46 am
In the 2552 all the power connections are under passenger side bed. Plywood is screwed down but just remove the screws and lift the plywood out.

You should see on the left side of the converter where the power enters. 3 - #10 wires, they go directly to the converter. It's after the transfer switch, so generator is monitored also.

On my unit, PC just moved the input terminals so the Progressive unit went between the output of the terminals and input to the converter.

Since there may not be room in your unit, see where the Progressive box can be installed. You just run the input wires of your PC to the input of the Progressive unit and the output of the Progressive unit to the Converter. Use #10 wire, stranded is easier to bend.

Then you need to run the telephone looking wire to where you want the display/override.
85  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Radio install on new 2910 works only w ignition ON on: August 06, 2016, 09:33:18 am
It's easy to get behind the dash. I think you will find that the 12v plugs in the dash are on all the time and fused.

So what I would do is locate the power into the radio, cut and rewire to the wire going to 12v outlet. Now power to radio will be on all the time and can be turned off with the radio switch. If you still want the power only on with ignition switch sometimes, you could add a dash double throw switch with position on or position ignition.

As far as the table, I assume you mean the one for the sofa. The two mounts under the table might not be centered, turn it around. If centered, it would be easy to move both to a position that suits you.
86  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Flip Up Counter issue on: August 06, 2016, 08:58:39 am
Most likely they glued the Corian on to the wood with a contact cement.
The very best solvent for contact cement is MEK, which I believe is no longer available to consumers. Industrial only.
Most hardware & big box stores sell an MEK substitute which is less toxic.

Just wipe a little on the edge and push with putty knife and add more MEK. All of the sudden the entire piece will release.

No need to remove the old adhesive.

Buy a Waterproof contact cement (Weldwood Original). Brush on both surface, one or two coats. Wait till dry between coats. And dry to touch.

Now the trick, when you bring the two pieces together they will instantly stick so they need to be in the exact position before touching.

The easiest way to do this in get some brown butcher paper or paper bags. Cut into strips and lay down on glued surface so they are overlapping . They will not stick.
Then with piece exactly in the correct position pull a strip out and then the rest of the strips. You cannot move after the first two glued surface touch.
87  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Bilstein Shocks on: August 02, 2016, 04:22:52 pm
I found best price for HD Bilstein at Tire Rack.
$83 each, free shipping, no tax.

A local auto repair will install them for $160, so my total out the door price for 4 shocks installed is $492.

I can't find the installed price at CW but if installation is free, the cost is $548 plus tax
88  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Solar panel on 2550 on: July 28, 2016, 05:19:04 pm
Rosy, what is your question?

Systems are fairly simple, size of arrays vary.

They basically have 3 parts. Solar Array, charge controller and your RV batteries.
89  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: FANTASTIC FAN on: July 22, 2016, 09:25:44 am
Here is what always goes bad on mine. The little switch ion the roof that opens when you open the vent. Spray WD40 on it and make sure it goes in and out.
90  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Surge Guard on: July 18, 2016, 01:18:26 pm
It should be easy to change. They must have made space for surgeguard. Not sure where in the 2100 it is located. Should be right next to the Converter/breaker box. Just 3 wires on each end of unit, then a phone line type wire needs to run where you want the readout which is just surface mounted. I wanted mine next to the door so I could look in and see the reading.
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