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 on: Today at 07:47:29 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by bobander
Thanks for the heads-up, glad to help any way we can.

Thanks for the great work you do, Bob

 2 
 on: Today at 07:19:25 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by Barry-Sue
Bruce

I have the same problems and need some help.

I do not see a cap.  How did you get the handle off, really don't want to break anything.

Barry

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 on: Today at 06:03:51 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
We're at home now, so I'm attempting to fix the squeaking handle.  So far I've removed the cap on the handle, removed the handle, and removed a plastic nut from the base of the handle stem.  The stem is all plastic and is firmly secured in the fixture.  I can't move it by hand and am afraid to put a pair of pliers or other tool on the plastic threads.
Does anyone have a suggestion on how to remove the stem so that I can apply some lubrication to it?
--Bruce

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 on: Today at 04:50:21 pm 
Started by TomHanlon - Last post by TomHanlon
Has any one travel on I95 recently? I am interest in the condition of the road. Several years ago I traveled on it and it was a mightmare in need of major repair. I will be traveling from New York to Mystic, Ct and back.

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 on: Today at 04:04:00 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by aimee
I've been swamped the last two-three weeks with more than a hundred spammy applications per day--these are the ones who make it THROUGH the automated checker at registration. It's keeping me really behind  pulling hair out.

I have gone ahead and approved a few members that I'm on the fence about. There are a couple of lifestyle coach types, at least one after market products supplier for vehicles, and a company that I'm pretty sure approached me once at a show about Phoenix switching to their products instead of what we use. If ANY of the new members (or old members, for that matter) post something spammy, something selling something, or start adding links to external websites trying to sell you something in their footers, please let me know and they will be removed ASAP.  So far we have (touch wood) had zero spammers make it through to where people actually were able to see their spammy posts. The day will come when someone fools me and makes it through, but we really do try to make it so you can get all the information you want without the "hey, my brother made $80,000 last week while watching TV and drinking beer" posts in your way. I hate to keep good people out, so I'm going out on a limb here, but anything hinky whatsoever, please e-mail me directly comments@phoenixcruiser.com  Thanks!


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 on: Today at 02:39:01 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by aimee
VIN: 1FDXE4FSXADA74449

Year: 2011

Model: Phoenix 3100

Mileage: 32,000 miles

Location:

Description:
This unit is a no pets/no smoker unit.  See the factory website at phoenixusarv.com for all of the standard items.  Our unit includes the following extras:  VIP Tow-Brake tow-car braking system.  Tow-car items included with your RV purchase.  The control is located on the RV driver's door for independent operation.  A set up white 2013 Honda CRV is also available for separate purchase.  Slide out with sofa bed and dinette, TransVision satellite roof dome.  Front fender side cameras and turn signals.  Zero gravity lounge chair and a folding chair with custom covers stow behind drivers seat.  All 3 batteries replaced this spring,  7 new Michelin tires replaced via Michelin recall 01/2014.  Rain covers on all roof vents, tail drag rear rollers, new Sony rear camera 07/2015.  Tom Tom navigation system.  CB radio. Magnet mount side-window and windshield privacy/bug sun-screens.  Sirius satellite radio,  Surround sound with DVD player, electric power awning. 4KW Onan gas generator, 4 Hydraulic leveling jacks.

No Smoking and No Pets
New Batteries Spring of 2015 (cab and coach)
4KW Onan Gas Generator
New Backup Camera 07/15
Slide out with Electric Sofa
Classic Umber Color Full Body Paint
7 New Michelin Tires from Michelin Recall 01/2014
Covers for all roof vents
Trac Vision Automatic Satellite Dome w/ Direct TV
Rear Frame rollers
Zero Gravity Recliner plus Lawn Chair with Custom Covers (Stow behind driver's seat)
VIP Dingy Tow-Brake System with up front control box on driver's door for driver control
Surround Sound Systems w/ DVD Player
Sirius Satellite Radio
Electric Power Awning
Tom-Tom Navigation System
4 Hydraulic Leveling Jacks
Sunscreen Privacy Screens for cab windshield and side windows
CB Radio



Asking Price: $64,500

Contact:  937-935-4081 or email at dickrisch@yahoo.com

Additional photos https://www.flickr.com/photos/71557457@N03/sets/72157656483266621








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 on: July 27, 2015, 10:45:38 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by bobkbusch
Woohoo, my first PC sighting - and right next door!  We pulled into the Munising MI Tourist Park campground on the south shore of Lake Superior and there was a beautiful 2551 in the spot next to us.  100 slots in the campground and our next door neighbors are a very friendly couple from Michigan.



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 on: July 27, 2015, 07:12:07 pm 
Started by JWW - Last post by KB9OMH
We have the dual air in our 3100, we run the rear air most the time in less it over 90 degrees. Noise is a lot less and watching TV is not bad. Most the time if we run the front, it's on air at low speed.

Jim

 9 
 on: July 27, 2015, 07:06:38 pm 
Started by JWW - Last post by Denny & Barb
PC should thicken the roof and duct the AC, would be much nicer MH.  We can't hear the TV at 100 volume when AC running.


We oped out of an AC as we do mostly Dry Camping anyway.   (Two Fantastic fans in coach, usually does it for us!) But wonder if AC was mounted over Bedroom vent area, if that would still provide proper cooling with lower DB noise level at the front of the coach to make it acceptable?

Denny and Barb

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 on: July 27, 2015, 06:43:13 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by KB9OMH
Got to see two PC in Peoria last week, one on Sat. an another one on Sun. Did not get to talk to them going the wrong way

Jim

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