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 on: Today at 03:45:34 pm 
Started by sailors35 - Last post by jatrax
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I am making a modification with our 2350, adding duplicate dump-valve switches inside our bathroom inside the vanity base cabinet.  This will allow us to blend the tanks from inside our PC which is most often needed during our shower time.
Hey, Ron please post the info on this when you get done.  It's on my list to do as well.  Including a switch for the macerator pump.

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 on: Today at 03:29:32 pm 
Started by sailors35 - Last post by ron.dittmer
Hi Sailers35,

Yes it works very well.  We have practiced it often for 10 years with our PC.  The procedure is as follows.

- open gray tank valve (this floods the drain pipes right up to the black tank valve)
- open black tank valve (the deeper gray water will rush into the shallow black water inside the black tank)
- close black tank valve after 15 to 20 seconds
- close gray tank valve

This process is not just good for extending your time between dumps, but flooding gray water into the black tank helps to clean out the black tank at dump-time.

I am making a modification with our 2350, adding duplicate dump-valve switches inside our bathroom inside the vanity base cabinet.  This will allow us to blend the tanks from inside our PC which is most often needed during our shower time.

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 on: Today at 02:19:08 pm 
Started by The McDucks - Last post by mhoecker
Got it, thanks for the reassurance. This is such a big purchase, I'm just nervous with all the changes. And I think by the time I actually order and mine gets built, Kermit will also be gone.   

Kermit will retire one day for sure.  The RV industry as a whole is notorious for turnovers. If you find a company that produces a high-end motor home that can be customized and has production and support staff that has been there since day one, let the rest of us know (especially if the pricetag is comparable to PC).  We have owned two high-end motor homes before the Phoenix Cruiser.  One went belly up after the heirs did t care to continue their fathers work and the other is thriving still.  In both cases staffing did not determine after the sale service.  Only you can decide what you are ultimately buying - the people or the product.  PC makes a very good product.  Its components can be serviced by any reasonable RV repair shop. I doubt if you will have problems with the plumbing, electric or cabinets themselves (the closures are another matter).  The PC specific items may be able to be repaired elsewhere, I dont know.  However, no matter who is sitting behind the big desk, as long as PC is in business you will have somewhere to have warranty or other work done.

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 on: Today at 02:17:38 pm 
Started by sailors35 - Last post by sailors35
Each time I have tried to use this it seems I get backflow out the fill almost equal to the amount going in.  Slowing down to a very small flow does not help much.   Also, have one of the "custom" feeders with clear hose and shutoff supplies by PC, does help much.  Anyone else experience this.  It seems there is not enough down angle to tank, since water does not flow uphill. Help

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 on: Today at 02:11:54 pm 
Started by sailors35 - Last post by sailors35
What is this best procedure for doing this?  Does it work and how well? 

Many thanks

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 on: Today at 12:17:09 pm 
Started by rvrunner - Last post by ron.dittmer
The hot water heater is included in the PC weight sticker inside the motor home, but the fresh water capacity specifications in their brochure and website does not include it.  For example model 2552 HERE says it holds 45 gallons of fresh water.  That does not consider the hot water tank.

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 on: Today at 11:41:54 am 
Started by The McDucks - Last post by rvrunner
If you don't buy a PC, what are you going to buy? I've looked at all of them, only one other rv I would even consider. My current rv had a lot of issues when new. After I got everything fixed I still had a cheap rv. Cheap cupboards, no name appiiances , outside compartments didn't line up, soft floor, sofa bed you cant sleep on. I assume there will be some repairs to my new pc but when the bugs are worked out I'll have wood cabinets, name brand appliances, nicer bed (I hope) laminated wood floor, and other options that the other guys wouldn't offer. I'll let you know if I'm disappointed with my new PC. My current motor home has 234,000 miles.

  Lynn

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 on: Today at 11:23:12 am 
Started by G and E - Last post by G and E
Thank you, 2Frazzled, Ron, and Keelhauler for your quick answers to my problem. I really appreciate the information and your generous help.

What a nice bunch you are!

G&E Heart Shower

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 on: Today at 11:15:20 am 
Started by rvrunner - Last post by rvrunner
Does the fresh water capacity listed by PC include the 6 gal. of unusable water in the hot water heater?

  Lynn

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 on: Today at 09:55:52 am 
Started by The McDucks - Last post by CKK
Got it, thanks for the reassurance. This is such a big purchase, I'm just nervous with all the changes. And I think by the time I actually order and mine gets built, Kermit will also be gone.   

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