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 on: April 12, 2015, 09:01:58 pm 
Started by jfcaramagno - Last post by gl1500
John and Carol,
    The paperwork that comes with the pump says to install a flexible line between the pump and the pressure side, or output side, of the pump.  This eliminates pulsing feedback through the plumbing.  When I read this on our first PC, I had the factory install the flex line on our 2552, which was the first 2552 produced.  See attached photo.  You can see the short flex line. 

 on: April 11, 2015, 09:21:10 pm 
Started by JJCruiser - Last post by BuffaloRose
Love our slide and haven't experienced any problems with our PC. Did have a bedroom slide get stuck in the out position on a Lexington 27 foot b+ Our first trip out in it, brand new. Also had to let a slide in on class a in heavy winds at glacier one year because it was really rocking and were worried about warping or binding.  The worst experience was not us but a poor couple who had come in ahead of us in a camp ground and killed their beloved dog when letting out their slide.  So ALWAYS use caution and especially with your pets when operating the slide!

 on: April 11, 2015, 07:57:42 pm 
Started by jfcaramagno - Last post by jfcaramagno
Has anyone installed flexible hose on the 2552 water pump? There is no room, really, to attach hoses to our pump and no place to move the pump to, at least in my humble opinion. Does anyone have a photo of such a modification? Who did the work; you, an RV repair place, or a real plumber?

Thanks in advance.

 on: April 11, 2015, 07:49:52 pm 
Started by JWW - Last post by jfcaramagno
JWW, Good info, makes sense as well. Now I do see rvs with the jacks down and their tires on squares of plywood. What is it about asphalt that causes harm? Assuming it has something to do with petroleum make up in asphalt
I don't think asphalt harms tires, but water does. Water can actually seep into a tire and rust the steel belts and bead wires. I do know that for long term storage, the magazines I read recommend keeping the tires off surfaces that can get wet, like dirt and concrete.

 on: April 11, 2015, 06:01:46 pm 
Started by JJCruiser - Last post by RKS
Another slide issue is uninvited guess.  This week we had a Carolina wren building a nest under the awning  in ours. Luckily I spotted her before bringing it in. Consulted with the parks ranger and he removed it. Fortunately she hadn't gotten to far along with it. It was a good reminder to look it over throughly prior to pulling it in.

 on: April 11, 2015, 07:27:45 am 
Started by suekg - Last post by TomHanlon
Hi Sue,

    When you need to reset a breaker, push it all the way to the off position before turning it back on. It may look like it is off and still move to the on position but it has not been reset unit you push it all the way off. See if this helps.

 on: April 10, 2015, 10:48:51 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by donc13
Hi, I haven't posted for quite some time, but I have been browsing. I have Down sized from a class A to a PC due to the loss of my husband. Which will explain more my lack of k knowledge. I totally love it!!!  The last few times I have hooked up to shore power, the main circuit breaker trips off. It never did it before. I have a 2004 Sport Limited. Two slides. But, before I can even go inside to turn anything on, the circuit breaker trips. Anyone have any thoughts on why?

The best way to check is to flip all the breakers off.  Then plug into shore power.  Then go in and flip on the main breaker.  Wait a minute...iif it stays on, then flip on the other breakers one at a time  and again....wait a minute after each breaker is flipped on.

That'll narrow it down to one circuit.   Have an electrician check out that curcuit.

 on: April 10, 2015, 08:11:23 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by campmuch
I assume you are talking about the breaker in the coach. If not some campgrounds have a fault breaker on their elec. I have had those to trip.


 on: April 10, 2015, 05:29:59 pm 
Started by JJCruiser - Last post by randallandchris
If getting a slide make sure there's no potential interferences in or out like cabinet doors or drawers that can hang up or be hit during operating.  If it's possible to happen then eventually will.  Also slide seals not all perfect and may have water leak if raining hard enough with unfavorable wind and/or rv level.  Understand PC has a good backup plan for retracting a slide in event of electrical problem.

 on: April 10, 2015, 03:55:06 pm 
Started by suekg - Last post by suekg
I have one one or two of those testers, my brother is an electrician, and has checked the boxes out, I was wondering if the converter should be off, but I didn't do that before, and we took a month trip out west with no problems. My brother said that maybe it could be the circuit breaker is weak? He has a class A and is not too familiar with this type motor home.I can try the off but I wanted to make sure it was working before we went on our shake down trip.  ThumbsUp Thanks for the replys though. I guess I will call the factory, see if they know.

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