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 on: April 29, 2016, 02:03:31 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by aimee
VIN: 1FDXE45S48DB59721

Year: 2010

Model: Phoenix 2551

Mileage: 31,300 miles

Location: Cochranville, PA

Description:

2010 Phoenix USA cruiser, 55 gal fuel capacity, 4-wheel ABS brakes, power steering, P. windows, Door locks, electric-heated remote mirrors, cruise, AM/FM stereo, . Full body paint with diamond shield protector, fiberglass roof and body. Electric sofa/bed, gas/electric water heater with electronic ignition. 30 amp shore power. New house and coach batteries as of 2015, 1800 watt inverter, 2000 w onan generator, 110 VGFI exterior outlets, back up camera, leather 6 way power driver seat. Fantastic Vent Fan, 30,000 BTU furnace, 26 LDC TV(front), 15 LCDTV in bedroom, surround sound, twin beds, full bath, storage under beds, 16 new electric awning, Sani-con sewage macerator pump and standard hookup for sewage. All new Michelin tires as of March 2016, Owner has clear title.  Motor home has been inspected for 2016 and has had oil changed in chassis and generator and is de-winterized ready to go  .Can supply more pictures on request.  Motorhome has been well taken care of and is in excellent condition. Motorhome has been garage kept.



Asking Price: $59,500

Contact:  609-471-9266








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 on: April 28, 2016, 09:40:39 pm 
Started by Bside60 - Last post by bhgareau
I found my notes from my conversation with Kermit. It was a 40 amp Ford fuse #12. I also have a reference to p222 of the owners manual. Good luck!

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 on: April 28, 2016, 04:56:56 pm 
Started by ron.dittmer - Last post by KenBrockman
Having just read through this thread, I thought I'd add some notes:

Newer PC models have a Parallax Converter (AC to DC) and a Xantrex 1800 Inverter (DC to AC).

The converter provides lighting and charges the house batteries from either shore power or the generator.  It is a smart charger that can be used for long term battery maintenance.
The inverter provides 110V AC from the house batteries.  If you are on shore/gen power, then the inverter has a built-in transfer switch to bypass use of the batteries.

Regarding disconnecting the Inverter when dry camping:  Things have gotten better.
"The XM 1800s low standby battery demand means you dont have to
worry about excessive drain on your battery if you leave the inverter on
for a few days. When the XM 1800 is on but no power is being
supplied to a load, the inverter draws, on average, less than 0.5 A (XM
1000) or less than 0.7 A (XM 1800) from the battery."


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 on: April 28, 2016, 10:45:04 am 
Started by Bside60 - Last post by Bside60
I'll give him a call today. that would be great if it was simply a blown fuse!

Thank you,

Bob

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 on: April 28, 2016, 10:11:10 am 
Started by lad07 - Last post by lad07
Thank you, for the replies. I did try pressing the GFI a few times the day I goofed and used the micro and toaster at the same time. Also, flipped the 110V breakers on and off. It didn't help. I'm going camping today and will try it again.

Thanks you,

lad07

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 on: April 28, 2016, 12:14:56 am 
Started by Bside60 - Last post by bhgareau
This same thing happened to my rig several years back. It is a Ford fuse and I don't remember which one. Give Kermit a call at the factory and he will tell you which one.

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 on: April 27, 2016, 06:55:47 pm 
Started by Bside60 - Last post by Bside60
Got my 2014 PC2350 out of storage. Truck battery was dead so had to jump start it. Everything else works fine but the GPS/Radio/ Back up camera is blank. Checked #14 fuse and it is still good. I would appreciate any thoughts or suggestions.

Thanks,

Bob Whiteside

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 on: April 27, 2016, 05:33:30 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by Margie
We were so sorry to read about your loss of Spraky.  We are practically neighbors as we live in San Jose.  We bought our 2350 in 2009 because we didn't want to travel without our little Havanese, Benny.  Benny has liver shunts so is on all kinds of medicines and a special diet.  Consequently we don't leave him with anyone.  He is a happy traveler and doing well.  It is so sad when we lose one of our babies and they mean the world to us. 

- Margie and Pete

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 on: April 27, 2016, 01:09:08 pm 
Started by Dave - Last post by Dave
according to the factory my 2015 2552 has a Parallax 45 amp converter. That takes care of house battery charging when on shore power or generator. g

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 on: April 27, 2016, 09:40:36 am 
Started by JoeyD - Last post by ragoodsp
JoeyD and others:

Jeep is addressing the Cherokee (all of them regardless of engine size) RV toad wobble issue by issuing a new TSB...# 08-029-16, the "fix" wiring harness part number is 68321424AA.  It appears that Jeep is picking up the cost of the harness ($125.00) and the labor to install it. The harness supplies power to  the power steering unit so the steering system always has pressure on it, it does not now.  There is a nice looking switch with a cover that is installed in the console area.  There appears to be and inline fuse under the hood that they suggest you pull when you are not towing the Jeep.  Regardless if you have had trouble or not I think it is prudent to have it installed for some of the videos that I have seen the wobble is violent and is dangerous.   I am having mine updated despite the fact I have not noticed any wobble yet.  Just got clearance from Jeep dealer that as long as vehicle is still in 3 year/36000 mile warranty they will cover all parts and labor to install new harness.  The issue is the harness is back ordered with no idea when they will be in stock!Best of luck.

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