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 81 
 on: August 17, 2016, 12:37:29 pm 
Started by bookspook - Last post by Barry-Sue
Patricia,

Keep playing with those curtains, they will get easier.  I also took the plastic rods off and just pull each side by holding onto the curtain.

Sue

 82 
 on: August 17, 2016, 08:43:24 am 
Started by bookspook - Last post by HenryJ
I had a collection of fold out windshield shades so when we went up to Elkhart I took a couple. In the jeep and when the pull around curtains were so difficult I did put one big one in place and it worked perfectly. Does not cover the side windows however. Mr was going to take a smaller one and make something for the side windows. He is in the midst of cataract surgery so no projects for 3 weeks I think. But working curtains is still first choice. Maybe work better with no AC on... Patricia

 83 
 on: August 17, 2016, 05:07:45 am 
Started by bookspook - Last post by 2 Frazzled
FYI - Costco had/has nice pop up sun shades and we purchased the normal and large. Normal works OK in the Subaru Forester. Large is too big for the Subaru but still too small for the Phoenix. We can prop them in there and the visors hold them mostly in place and block some of the heat but they are nowhere near fitted. Just in case anyone has been eyeing them and wondering.

 84 
 on: August 16, 2016, 11:31:27 pm 
Started by bookspook - Last post by ron.dittmer
I should mention that we also utilize those simple pop-open sun shades, made specifically for the E-series windshield.  They keep the heat out so much better and also provide decent privacy given how well they fit the windshield.  As of late, we've been utilizing the PC curtains for just the sides.

We had bought E-series pop-open sunshades at Walmart in their RV section of the automotive department.  Ours are about 6 years old now, in need of new ones, now having trouble finding the same exact ones with that great fit.

 85 
 on: August 16, 2016, 09:25:30 pm 
Started by bookspook - Last post by fandj
By mounting under the passenger side bed it monitors both shore power and generator power and it comes with sufficient data cable to mount the readout on the side of the sink cabinet.  With the readout in this position it is convenient to check the readout which is just inside the door.  Also the light from the readout is not annoying from the bedroom area.

 86 
 on: August 16, 2016, 07:22:05 pm 
Started by bookspook - Last post by HenryJ
With all the information and encouragement I am weakening and will again try the brand new privacy curtains. If they will loosen up it would be a nice  close off of night gawkers. So we must try again... While it is parked and we are putting things away is a good time to settle how they work.  Patricia (BTW. Henry J was my first car 1958)

 87 
 on: August 16, 2016, 07:10:53 pm 
Started by bookspook - Last post by keelhauler
That's why I recommend you use #10  stranded wire, it is easier to bend.


 88 
 on: August 16, 2016, 04:49:27 pm 
Started by bookspook - Last post by Barry-Sue
The EMS is designed to monitor the incoming voltage and protect the electric devices within the PC.  The transfer switch is just a relay that operates when the generator is running and does not require any type of protection.

Here is a link to the Transfer Switch Operation Manual: http://progressivedyn.com/pdfs/110538A-English.pdf

The installation can easily be done after the fact.  The 10AWG wire is stiff but is manageable.


Barry

 89 
 on: August 16, 2016, 03:27:58 pm 
Started by bookspook - Last post by SweetWaterSurprise
I would also like to find some of the larger stainless ones. 

 90 
 on: August 16, 2016, 02:09:29 pm 
Started by bookspook - Last post by bookspook
I broke the clip that holds the battery door up when I pulled out the battery tray and it fell on the ground.  I've ordered a new battery tray but will have to have a new clip ordered and painted to match if I can't find a source for a a new one.  PC installs stainless steel ones, now, but the ones they are using are smaller than the plastic ones used in the past so there would be a white ring around it.

Any one know of a source for stainless steel ones that are the same size?


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