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421  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Phoenix register? on: May 15, 2011, 10:27:52 pm
I did just now.
422  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Phoenix register? on: May 15, 2011, 12:29:09 pm
We have recently become members and have received acknowledgement.
But we have not received anything other than that yet.
Oh me, oh my, what do I do now?
423  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Phoenix register? on: May 15, 2011, 09:55:21 am
Let's call this a bump.
424  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Annual Reunion 2011 on: May 15, 2011, 09:32:19 am
We (Bob & Peg Mahon) are also planning to make it.
425  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: got a letter from a new company wanting me to trade in my PC. on: May 14, 2011, 10:16:50 pm
I've had a number of RVs, from a bare-bones 8' slide-in to loaded gas A's and high-line Diesel-pushers.
This 2551 is my 2nd PC - for myriad reasons.
IMNSHO, Nexus is an "also-ran".

But I do, truly and honestly, wish them success.
426  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Coming Soon! on: May 09, 2011, 07:13:45 pm
You're gonna love it.  Heart Shower
Congrats.  Cheers
427  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Liquid electrical Tape on: May 01, 2011, 02:38:52 pm
The liquid tape works really well.
Just make darn sure you put it where you want it because it's a bear to remove.
428  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: HELP! Big Oops!! on: April 30, 2011, 10:43:56 am
Our 2350 had aftermarket automatic door locks that actuated when the engine was started, which led to having the doors locked and engine running. Fortunately, the CG owner had a 'Slim-Jim' and was able to unlock the cab door.

From that time on I had an extra key in a magnetic holder hidden away on the outside so the automatic door locks couldn't get me again.
429  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Sewer hose storage on: April 28, 2011, 09:22:56 am
In all truth, if I didn't already have a "stinky-slinky" from our Alpine, which I've stored in the locker behind the batteries of our 2551, I'd not worry too much about it. After all, where are you when using the macerator? Usually in a CG that'll probably have one for sale in their store (they're not that expensive).
If the macerator fails is it truly an emergency? Surely nothing like engine problems or flat tires.

However, if I were really worried about it and still have our 2350, I'd buy proper sized white PVC pipe with fittings, strap it lengthwise to the roof rail and store the hose inside it. It would be out of the way and not terribly obtrusive.
430  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Bike rack or cargo carrier on: April 25, 2011, 03:31:16 pm
Perhaps I should have included more info.

My Edge has a custom light bar having brake, turn and running lights.
The Even Brake illuminates the Edge's brake lights when it actuates.

I only use the Edge parking lights to illuminate the running lights (tail & side markers).

I believe it is really hard to have too many lights and have added some to the sides of the 2551.

There are far too many idjits out there who are either blind, stupid, inattentive or all of the above (even with our Alpine we had some near misses - how do you not see 60 feet of bus & TOAD?).
431  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Bike rack or cargo carrier on: April 25, 2011, 01:38:15 pm
We also do not travel at night if we can avoid it and only rarely find ourselves too far from a CG to make it by early evening.
432  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Bike rack or cargo carrier on: April 25, 2011, 12:25:04 pm
As I mentioned, I installed a TOAD-Charge powered directly from the PC's house battery, which is fused and relayed so the house battery doesn't come on line unless the PC's ignition is in the Run position.

When traveling at night I turn on the Edge's parking lights, which illuminates everything but the headlights.
433  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Sani-Con electrical schematic on: April 25, 2011, 09:06:55 am
Gray water, Tom?

When we were going through the initial inspection before purchasing our 2007 2350, the Salesman was instructing me how to use the Sani-Con system.
Well, there was no cap on the discharge and when I turned the macerator on was a little surprised when the black tank contents were ejected in my direction. Peg said she didn't know I could still move that fast. Bolt

The dealer should have made sure the tanks were empty and he was extremely apologetic about the incident (while also becoming more accommodating).
434  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Sani-Con electrical schematic on: April 25, 2011, 06:13:40 am
You didn't say what particular feature of the Sani-Con stopped working but I suspect it's the Macerator rather than the valves. Have your Hub go back by the Sani-Con & valve switches and put his hand behind the pump switch. He'll probably find 2 female push-on (Sta-Kon type) connections.
As they are exposed and prone to corrosion, simply pulling them off the terminals and pushing them back on can often help.
As a side, when this happens to me I'll most often replace the switch with a waterproof type having sealed wires coming out and solder the leads into the system I'm having problems with. I'll then shrink-wrap (put the shrink-wrap on the lead before you solder) the soldered area and, after shrinking the tube, finally apply liquid tape. On simple 2 position on/off (SPST or DPST) switches there are no polarity concerns. I've done this so many times over the years I've amassed quite a collection of used switches I'll someday find a use for (yeah - right! - anybody interested in a used but good 1968 collector's edition MOPAR rocker switch?).

If you want to try, send me one of the schematics. I'll use Auto-Cad to make a pictorial diagram that many may find easier to follow. But, do it before the weather changes and we hit the road again (the Windows 7 machine I carry while traveling doesn't like Auto-Cad).
435  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Back flushing tanks on: April 24, 2011, 12:02:42 pm
Our 2007 did not have it either. shrug
But our 2010 does. ThumbsUp

Regardless, the parts are readily available and, as David says, should not be too hard to retrofit.
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