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 61 
 on: August 07, 2014, 12:39:10 pm 
Started by Benny820 - Last post by NHWanderlust
We will be at Hersey too looking at them all but with a special interest in a 2552.

 62 
 on: August 07, 2014, 12:17:29 pm 
Started by AMW - Last post by AMW
Carol, Mine is really just a twin bed mattress and I find it plenty comfortable for sleeping, but I'm light and used to very little cushion.  The bed is 30x74 (which is smaller than a standard twin), but I could have had it larger if I had wanted to use more space. The bolsters make it fine for a "couch" in a pinch to have seating for a few friends for a short time, but it's not a comfy "sink into" couch that you would spend the evening watching TV.  I tend to use it as a bed only and do my TV watching against pillows at the head so I can watch looking straight ahead and not to the side.  If you wanted a really comfortable couch that would pull out into a bed, Phoenix has better options for that...a jackknife sofa that opens up, perhaps.

Tom, I can't take credit for the position of the shower handles...I'm betting since that wall butts against the kitchen sink cabinet, that was the easiest position to bring the plumbing through.  It works fine for me, and I probably wouldn't dare wash one of my dogs inside...the amount of water and hair, ei-yi-yi.  Grin  No, my new PC doesn't have a name...never thought of that.  Might be a good topic for the Polls, what everyone names their PCs.

Thanks for the good wishes, everyone.



 63 
 on: August 07, 2014, 11:20:51 am 
Started by skipper - Last post by Jim Triplett
I sent Thetford a email asking about a temporary emergency repair.  It is scary being out and have to dump and stuff squirting all over the place.  This is their reply:

"Well when the hose breaks or has holes in it we, as you said, suggest replacing the hose itself. But if you were looking for a temporary fix you can use any type of tape or glue that would stick to the hose. Personally, I would suggest using super glue or hot glue to seal it, if you were looking for tape I'd suggest duct tape or masking tape".

Kind Regards,
Consumer Service
Thetford Corp/Norcold Inc

 64 
 on: August 07, 2014, 11:05:51 am 
Started by AMW - Last post by randallandchris
Hi AMW,  please comment how comfortable sofa/bed is for sitting and especially for sleeping, also its length and width.  Did you upgrade the foam?  Dual sofas in a short rv could be just what we need.  Thanks.

 65 
 on: August 06, 2014, 09:10:28 pm 
Started by Benny820 - Last post by Benny820
The 2015's.  Earl says the new 2015 models are just coming out.a ThankYou shrug

 66 
 on: August 06, 2014, 09:07:10 pm 
Started by Benny820 - Last post by Benny820
Thank you, going to the rv show in Hersey,Penn. Earl says they plan to have a 2552 there. Looking forward to it.  Thanks.  Tim

 67 
 on: August 06, 2014, 08:54:55 pm 
Started by GoPhoenix - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
Thank you Barry, good suggestions!
  --Bruce

 68 
 on: August 06, 2014, 07:24:03 pm 
Started by AMW - Last post by Carol
That turned out sweet!  Now for the dancing dogs!  Wink

 69 
 on: August 06, 2014, 07:06:40 pm 
Started by skipper - Last post by Doneworking
Thanks to those on this forum and this thread I have been alerted to a real problem---the sheet metal screws that could pierce the hose. 

I checked our 2350 today and sure enough, one of those little screw ends was almost against the hose and would be with only a little  vibration or movement of the hose.   SO, I twisted the hose from its existing position where it connects to the pump, adjusting it about 15 degrees to move it away from the screw.  Then, I cut two pieces each about 1/2 inch long of insulation from a #12 wire and forced the little piece of plastic insulation (which is now is just a small piece of tubing) over each screw end.  They fit very tight and I suspect will be there from now on.   I was packing for a trip and didn't want to take the time to replace the screws with small stove bolts.

Paul

 70 
 on: August 06, 2014, 04:25:15 pm 
Started by GoPhoenix - Last post by Barry-Sue
Bruce

I spoke with a customer service rep for Break Free CLP ( Safariland) this afternoon and they have no special precautions for skin contact.  I would avoid any prolong contact with the skin and follow the on label directions for contact with the eyes.

Barry

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