Show Posts
Pages: 1 ... 65 66 [67] 68 69 ... 98
991  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Coach step on: May 15, 2012, 03:20:18 pm
I did a search and didn't see anything on this.  Is there a way to manually extend the step from the coach?  Took the PC out for a drive just to check it out before a short trip this weekend, and when we returned, the step would no longer extend.  The light comes on, just no step movement.  It looks to me as if the step motor is between the retracted step and the under-chassis, so I can't get to it to check it out.

Any thoughts or do I need to take it in somewhere to let more professional eyes take a look at it?

TIA - George
You said the light comes on, therefore I would think that you have power to the step. Fuse probly not the problem. I suggest you call Phoenix before they close for the day.
992  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Veterans on: May 15, 2012, 07:06:07 am
USNR 1962-1968 Active duty 1963-1965 Pensacola 6 months then Guam. CT2
Oh yea, I was born into the US Navy. My dad was a navy chief, so I was a navy brat until I joined the USNR between my 11th and 12th grade. Grin
993  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2552 weighted on: May 14, 2012, 10:49:31 am
OK I found the load charts on the Michelin web site and looked up what they say for my weight divided by 2 to get each tire. Based on that I should put 65 PSI in both front and rear. I then called Michelin and talked to them. They want each wheel weighted by it self because there could be a big difference between each side based on the layout of the motorhome. So they say to put what ever the door sticker says in each tire. My door sticker for both Ford and Phoenix says 75 front and 80 rear.
994  Main Forum / General Discussion / 2552 weighted on: May 14, 2012, 09:45:10 am
Was on a four day trip this past weekend and on the way out I stopped at a truck stop that had a Cat scale. So I got the PC weighted. I had 3/4 tank of fresh water, and LPG, both black and gray tanks were empty, Myself at 240 lbs, my wife, she would say her weight but she is 5'7'' and just slightly over weight and our 120 lb German Shepherd dog in the motorhome while being weighted.

The results are:
              Door sticker       Cat scale      difference
Steer axle    5000                4640            360
Drive axle    9600                 8140          1460
Gross        14,500              12,780         1720

How I need to call Michelin and find out what PSI to set the tires at. My guess is what it says on the door sticker.
Just thought some of you might like to know.   
995  Main Forum / Polls / Re: dumb idea on: May 14, 2012, 09:26:43 am
I think only MB snobs would do something like that.  rolling on the floor Not for me, sorry.
996  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: hwh leveling system question on: May 14, 2012, 09:22:27 am
    I turn on the control panel and look for the yellow lights, which tells me what is low. I hit the up arrow on the opposite side until I feel the jacks come down, then I let go of the arrow. I then push and hold the up arrow by the yellow light until the light goes out. Then I get out and make sure all the jacks are down. I hit the up arrow for any of the jacks not on the ground. The reason I hit the up arrow opposite the lights first is that in the past I have raised the front so high that the rear jacks would hit the ground before they are vertical. This way they are vertical before I raise the front, or what ever I am doing.
997  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: furnace question on: May 13, 2012, 06:37:26 pm
David, I just went out to the  PC and what you are trying to do is exactly what I did and mine worked correctly. I have to agree with there must be a set of wires switched. Try each option and see what happens. Then call the factory on Monday. I don't think that the lack of LPG would cause it to switch to the A/C heat strip, but I could be wrong.
998  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2350 Rear Storage on: May 13, 2012, 06:28:23 pm
ruff dimensions
    When I had a 2350 I could lay my chairs down on the shelf, now with the twin beds I can not. My chairs when folded are 18" x 18", so I figure the cabinet was 18" deep on the shelf. The opening is 35" wide and from the top of the shelf to the top of the opening is 14". There is a couple of inches above that if I recall.
   The drawer is 14" high and 34 1/2" wide and 21" deep (front to back). From the bottom of the drawer to the top of the opening is 29 1/2" high.

    These are ruff dimensions based on my failing memory and my 2552. The big difference should be because of the full bed in the 2350 and the twins in the 2552.
Hope this is of some help to you.
999  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Added side turn signal on: May 13, 2012, 03:10:47 pm
That is about what I paid for the mirrors on my 2010 2350 PC with the short arms, no turn signals. I got them throught Phoenix's Carol, who also had them painted and shipped to me.
1000  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Added side turn signal on: May 12, 2012, 12:55:05 pm
Bob that is a really cool mod. Between your mod and Billys rear light the only thing left would be LED daytime running lights. My new 2012 has side lights under the outside mirrors so I can only do two of the three.
1001  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Trip to Elkhart on: May 10, 2012, 09:07:11 pm
Why not have the factory do it? They can use the same flooring as the rest of the PC. Just need to call them and ask.
1002  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Trip to Elkhart on: May 10, 2012, 07:52:35 am
Hi Paul and Marilyn,

    It looks like you made some great choices. The outside shades that Armada sells are great. We never use our old white covers since we got her shades. The Duo shades are also a great improvement over the day/night shade and the v-blinds.

    Looking at the pictures of the current 2100, they show small door where Ron is talking about having one put, I guess it is what he is talking about.

    One thing I have seen in the pass on other companies 21 ft motorhomes that you might want to consider is a folding floor over the entrance step. The floor folds up against the refer wall when not being used and down in the step well when cooking. A short rope tied to the side by the stove and draped over a hook on the cabinet allows you to pull the step up after use. A latch on the refer wall would hold the floor in place when traveling. Just something I have seen in the pass and thought it would help when cooking and not falling out the door.  Grin

    We are on our second PC and know how hard it is to wait for that phone call from Stuart telling you it is ready, but that day will come. On both of our PCs I went back to the factory during construction to see it, and ended up making some minor changes. Besides it is fun to see it being built and taking pictures to show our family and friends. It won't be long before you are changing your profile to "Own PC: YES". ThumbsUp
1003  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Need help to diagnose an electrical Problem on: May 08, 2012, 03:37:17 pm
Thanks Ron, I do leave it plugged in most of the time and unplug for running the generator. Now I guess I will need to turn on the inverter once a month also.
1004  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: RV Daily Report on: May 08, 2012, 03:33:52 pm
 Cry Sorry my bad  Cry
1005  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Need help to diagnose an electrical Problem on: May 08, 2012, 11:05:14 am
I run my generator at least once a month. Wouldn't that take care of the switch also?
Pages: 1 ... 65 66 [67] 68 69 ... 98