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 51 
 on: July 26, 2015, 11:25:36 am 
Started by JWW - Last post by donc13
Randall, that is exactly the way our is and with the surrounds sound you have to turn it up so far the entire  camp ground hears it.  There has to be an alternative to this, just need to find it.

For the most part...it's strictly an airflow issue.  X amount of air flowing through Y sized air plenum.   There's friction between the air and the plenum and the outlets. 

I have had 2 motorhome from 2 different manufacturers that were ducted....still had airflow noise.   Just as much as the PC when it runs on high fan.  The big difference on those motorhomes is the theromostat allowed either high or low fan speed with auto fan.  I kept them on low speed and the fan only came on when needed.

The newer Dometic units allow only always on high, always on low or Auto where the unit decides if high or low but does turn off.

Until Dometic gives us the option of AutoHi, AutoLo, AlwaysHi and AlwaysLow...we're stuck.

But in any event...air conditioners in "small rooms" will always be somewhat noisy.

 52 
 on: July 25, 2015, 10:01:25 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by David J. Rotelle
No Cruiser's sighted in Wisconsin.
Was anyone at the Oshkosh air show this past week? We stayed at the show with our Phoenix for a few days earlier in the week. Thousands of RV's but I didn't see any other Phoenix Cruisers.

A lot of neat RV's there to look at in camp Scholler................I still think our Cruiser was the nicest looking coach there. Born Free was the only manufacturer there with a new coach on display.

Dave


 

 53 
 on: July 25, 2015, 05:30:13 pm 
Started by JWW - Last post by Joseph
Randall, that is exactly the way our is and with the surrounds sound you have to turn it up so far the entire  camp ground hears it.  There has to be an alternative to this, just need to find it.

 54 
 on: July 24, 2015, 08:21:02 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by JOVIC
Hello to the PC owners who were in the McDonalds parking lot in Newport, Washington on 7/8/15.
 HiThere

 55 
 on: July 24, 2015, 06:32:44 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by Janey
Well, I'm there a couple times a month, but not recently. I really like the campground with the woods right there for the dog and great restaurants to walk to.

I'm two hours south in muskegon. We hav a marina down the street from us and hat charges $10 a night - hot showers, power, etc with a view of muskegon lake. Really nice spot.

 56 
 on: July 24, 2015, 04:53:26 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by suekg
I just returned from a trip to Manistee Michigan, and we stayed at Little River Casino RV Park, and saw two other PCs. I didn't get to talk to either of the owners,  buty I was surprised to see them all at the same p!ace!






 57 
 on: July 23, 2015, 02:27:07 pm 
Started by bobkbusch - Last post by ron.dittmer
That is a funny story Bob.  How many times I thought something was broken with our PC only to learn it was operator error.  Smile

Our 2007 does not have such a switch by the entry door.  We have just two switches there, the kill-all and porch light.  It would be nice if we had that 3rd switch.  It must have been a better idea implemented since 2007.

Now that I have converted all our lighting to LED with separate LED night lights, I suppose I could just leave one night light on all day to help us get inside after dark without tripping over ourselves.

 58 
 on: July 23, 2015, 11:56:06 am 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
Don,
Thank you for your reply.
We're camping now, so will try to fix the squeak when we get home.
--Bruce

 59 
 on: July 22, 2015, 11:16:19 pm 
Started by bobkbusch - Last post by bobkbusch
Thanks Sue and Bruce!  The explanation of the "ceiling lights" switch function now makes perfect sense to me.

 60 
 on: July 22, 2015, 09:25:01 pm 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by donc13
A handle on our bathroom sink makes a squeaking sound when turning it.  Below is a photo of our sink.

I've read that lubricating the handle stem will eliminate the squeak, but I'm not sure how to remove the cap on the handle.

Do I use a screw driver as suggested in the following procedure and does this procedure seem like the right thing to do?

Lubricate the stem as follows:

Push the end of a screwdriver under the cap on the knob to pry it off. If the center cap will not pop off, it is probably threaded. Loosen it with a pair of pliers and turn it counterclockwise with your fingers to remove it.

Remove the screw in the center of the knob.

Pull the knob up to remove it.

Coat the exposed handle stems with plumbers grease.

Sounds easy enough, but I've never done this before.
--Bruce

Yes those instructions are correct...BUT do not use a screwdriver to pry up the center cap...use a knife blade and slowly work it between the cap and the knob.   You will scratch the finish if you try with a standard screwdriver.  A small jeweler's screwdriver will work though.

 

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