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 on: July 21, 2016, 10:00:49 pm 
Started by Dale and Cindy - Last post by Dale and Cindy
Thank you Carol & Ragoodsp for your responses. . . . . . but our Fantastic Fan is dead regardless if the dial is turned to red or blue on the dial.

I'm so glad we are heading north on Saturday.   St. Louis temps and humidity are miserable right now.

Carol, where are you hanging out today?  Is it hot where you are?

Anyway, I don't think our problem is "operator error".  Our Fantastic Fan just died today. . . . . who knows why?

Again, thanks to you Carol & Ragoodsp.  I love this forum and all the support from the members.

Take care,

Cindy & Dale Gentry

 on: July 21, 2016, 08:49:19 pm 
Started by Dale and Cindy - Last post by ragoodsp
Dale and Cindy...Carol is right on the mark with her temperature control knob theory.  Turn it to blue and I bet it comes right on.

 on: July 21, 2016, 08:26:11 pm 
Started by Dale and Cindy - Last post by Carol
Unlikely, but... did you inadvertently turn the blue/red temperature sensor control all the way to red by accident?

 on: July 21, 2016, 08:10:58 pm 
Started by Dale and Cindy - Last post by Dale and Cindy
Our beloved "Baby Beast" (2350 Sprinter) has been sitting in our driveway today because we are loading her up with supplies for our trip up north to the Canadian Maritime Provinces.  We are leaving Saturday morning for a 2.5 month trip to the U.S. Northeast and Canada.

As our PC is parked in our driveway in preparation for our trip, and it is blistering hot here in St. Louis, we have been running the "Fantastic Fan" to circulate the air in the coach. . . . . the Fantastic Fan stopped working today and we don't know why.  Dale looked at fuses, put in new fuses, and nothing seemed to help.
Does anyone have any ideas as to why our Fantastic Fan stopped working?  The little roof fan in the bathroom works fine.

We have our Baby Beast plugged into our household current to run the fans in our coach as we load Her up for our trip.

We very much appreciate any ideas and advise on this problem.

Dale & Cindy Gentry

 on: July 21, 2016, 07:49:29 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
Thanks to each of you for your suggestions on removing the stains in the gel coat.
I doubt that the work will be as easy as the reviews of FSR suggest, but this gives me hope that removal is possible.  Well give that a try sometime after we return from our camping trip.

 on: July 21, 2016, 12:53:03 pm 
Started by JOHN - Last post by TomHanlon
I just watched it. It is very well done. A little long but worth the time. It should help a new person looking at a PC understand some of the advantages. It should help some of the older owner see some of the upgrades also.

 on: July 21, 2016, 12:25:35 pm 
Started by Dale and Cindy - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
Ron G.
Our 2014 2552 has the gravity water fill system.  Earl told me that our unit was started in 2013 before the new fill system was available.

 on: July 21, 2016, 10:43:04 am 
Started by JOHN - Last post by JOHN
I just ran across a new "you tube" - Phoenix cruiser Motorhome Comparison & Critical Review.

Looks to be a comparison of the 2350 to another MH.

 on: July 21, 2016, 09:37:29 am 
Started by Dale and Cindy - Last post by ragoodsp
Dale and Cindy....Sometime post the 2012 model year that new switching system was installed.  I wish I had that set up on my 2012!   The old gravity fill approach is fine but having the ability to fill the storage tank at the turn of a knob is very convenient.  I am sure Kermit is correct in that the bypass valve just must have some "leak by" because of poor design or poor quality?  You might try cutting the water pressure back some to see if that makes a difference?  65-70 pounds is a lot of pressure on a little plastic valve.  Good luck with the installation of your new valve.   Ron G.

 on: July 20, 2016, 10:25:20 pm 
Started by Dale and Cindy - Last post by ron.dittmer
One less hose to get out and put away.   
We still get the hose out to fill up the fresh tank at the tail end of the dump-station process, though maybe less often than for people who break camp daily.  We tow a vehicle so we break camp most often when moving on to another location.  Not too often do our stays outlast our water supply, requiring us to break camp to dump & replenish and return back to the same primitive site.  Being semi-conservative with water usage, water lasts 3-4 shower each.  If it's a sweaty or dirty visit, showering more frequently requires water sooner.

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