Anyway, I haven't seen another PC yet, I guess there are many more in the east than out here. I see that there is a dealer now in Las Vegas, I may stop by on my way home and say hi and maybe see some new models. Oh, wait, maybe I shouldn't do that, I see where others have ended up buying a new one that way.
Maybe those of us that have bought a second or third one think you should stop by the new dealer or just call Stuart, he will take care of you.
Is the tank more than 80 percent full? It should not be if it is. Look at the gage on the tank, not the inside meter. Kermit might ask the same question. To fix it, you have to bleed off the extra using the small valve in a very open area. No flames near by. Some dumpy guys try to fill the tank to full, which does not allow for expansion.
I used to use windshield washer fluid in the P-traps until I was told that it is not good for the seals in the holding tanks. It only takes two gallons of the pink stuff to winterize, so now I just use it. I now I might be spending an extra dollar or two but WTH.
The passengers side bed is the longer of the two and doesn't require anything special. It is only 1 inch shorter than a standard twin bed. The drivers side is a little shorter and might need shortening.
Ron the pink stuff is not poisonous that is why you want to use it and not the other kinds of antifreeze. I knew a RV tech that would take a mouth full and drink it to show customers it was safe to use it or drink it.
Think of you freshwater tank and your other tanks like they are an ice cube tray. As long as the ice has somewhere to expand it will do no harm. It is only when it wants to expand as it freezes and can not, like in a full water line or a full water heater that it will do damage.
I guess you know the old joke about the husband and the wife that got into an argument and he told her she could not even make it as a prostitute. So she went out one night and when she came home, she gave him a $1.10. He said what cheap sob gave you ten cents. She said all of them.