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 on: Today at 04:49:28 pm 
Started by bobojay - Last post by bobojay
Yes I know you don't have the all in one. I wouldn't want one either. Too expensive to replace if problem.
I tried to find the 5300 info and couldn't. 5400 yes. Could it possibly be a made for PC exclusive converter/charger? Interesting....

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 on: Today at 04:18:24 pm 
Started by bobojay - Last post by AMW
Bob, I do not have an all-in-one (converter/charger/inverter) unit.  At the time my 2100 was built, PC did not offer and would not upgrade to an all-in-one unit  My converter/charger (Parallax 5300) is a combined with the AC/DC distribution panel.  I can't tell from the literature supplied if it is one or two stage, and I couldn't find any additional details online.  My inverter is a separate Xantrex unit, the XM1800, and there is more info for this on the xantrex site.

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 on: Today at 03:18:54 pm 
Started by bobojay - Last post by bobojay
Ann, another thing I just noticed on your unit which is a great design I think, is that PC on the non-slideout models, puts the top refrigerator vent on the roof. This allows WAY more air flow up through the rear refrigerator cavity than a normal side wall mount vent that is installed on the slide out models.
Ammonia absorption refrigerators thrive on a lot of air flow up through that rear cavity to make them more efficient....super setup!

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 on: Today at 01:28:48 pm 
Started by bobojay - Last post by bobojay
Concerned about the converter/charger because some smaller RV companies, and even Winnebago in their class C & B units until 2014, installed singles stage charging units. These basically would cook your coach batteries with a constant 13.7 or above charge voltage all the time. Not good for any wet cell, lead acid battery, AGM's included.
The Xantrex PC is using is a multistage, which starts with a higher boost mode, 14+ volts, then quickly tapers down to a 13.2 volt rate which is perfect for the long term life of the AGM coach batteries, or any lead acid wet cell for that matter.

No worries  ThumbsUp

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 on: Today at 01:23:40 pm 
Started by monacoman - Last post by Pax
This is a pretty good source.....

http://www.remotes.com/store/executive/sts93.html?gclid=CNyY9cvDwMACFchgfgodrDQASg

    - Mike

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 on: Today at 12:13:25 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by AMW
Welcome and congratulations Steve, Paulette and the two Bears  Celebrate

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 on: Today at 12:08:35 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by The Bear Den
Hi,

We are the new owners of the 2013 custom gold painted 2400 PC shown on the PC website and on Tube.  Bought it in Ft. Pierce FL the beginning of Aug and took our first 2 week trip to Missouri to see friends last week.  We named it The Bear Den since our 10 yr old rescue male Bichon, Polar Bear, and our 12 yr old Sun Conure Parrot named Sun Bear, travel with us. This was our first RV and first time camping. The dog bed fits nicely behind the drivers seat and the bird cage between the chairs during the day and on the back counter by the ref at night.  A good time was had by all until the trip home.  A rock went through the windshield, kicked up by dump truck in AL.  Insurance company had it fixed by SafeLite promptly.  Then our slide got stuck and the cabinet side would not move.  Were able to manually push it in and out until we got home and call Kermit.  Will be working on fixing it this week. Anyone with tips or tricks please respond.  We stayed mostly at State Parks with full hook ups.  No reservations just stopped when we were tired.

We looked for 6 months and the 2400 was the only unit for us. We did not want to waste space on a separate bedroom, wanted the door at the back, kitchen, bathroom and comfortable seating were a must.  This unit gives us all that and more.  Everything we need fits and everyone is comfortable.  Love our new PC even with the glitches..javascript:void(0);
Steve and Paulette (and the Bears)

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 on: Today at 11:27:15 am 
Started by monacoman - Last post by monacoman
I need help!  My new to me 2009 2400 came with an Executive Surround DVR, but no remote.  I have tried various accessory remote, but they either have no code for Executive, or they fail to lock onto the unit on "code search"  I would like to use this DVR but it is useless without a working remote.  I have spoken to the PC supplier, but they advised it is no longer available (unit or remote) and they could not help me with an access code.  I have a Sony that came with 2400.  I thought it would work. Nope.  Any idea where I could obtain a proper remote? Sony does not publish VCR codes.

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 on: Today at 10:32:43 am 
Started by Doneworking - Last post by Carol
Great info... thanks!

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 on: Today at 09:01:31 am 
Started by Doneworking - Last post by Doneworking
We found these sheets on Amazon and ordered a set to try to help solve the perpetual corner bed problems.   The sheets were made by a small company in South Carolina and we found them to be very well made indeed.   The fact that the set was specifically designed for a Winnie View made us wonder how it would work for our PC 2350.  The View has a curved slice corner whereas the PC corner is straight and slanted.  The good news is they worked very well for us and better than any other thing or method we have tried.   My wife was surprised at how well they worked and the high quality.   The slight difference in dimensions from the View to the PC didn't present a problem, at least for us.  The construction of the bottom of the top sheet is that it has elastic sewn around to keep the sheet in place and prevent slipping.  Read the full description on Amazon for more complete info.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B008R9SEKY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Paul

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