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 91 
 on: September 16, 2014, 05:10:39 pm 
Started by Bergie - Last post by keelhauler
I broke the same part (1-70535 Bayonet) and got a new one from Carol for about the same price.
Thetford bought Sanicon and you can get parts diagrams from http://www.thetford.com


This part is a little hard to remove. I used an oil filter band wrench to be able to unscrew the part from the pump.


 92 
 on: September 16, 2014, 12:54:34 pm 
Started by Benny820 - Last post by ragoodsp
It is very valuable to compare coaches side by side and then you do not forget even the little stuff.  Having owned 7 motor homes I can tell you PC makes a nice coach compared to the majority out there.  Best of luck with your purchase that I know you will enjoy.  ron

 93 
 on: September 16, 2014, 12:33:16 pm 
Started by Bergie - Last post by gradygal
A little leak!

On the last day of our 3 month trip and the last dump at 5:00 AM, in the dark, I opened the gray water valve. Water poured out under the coach. I shut-off the valve. I washed the pavement but did not look for the problem. With a full black water tank and no visable sign of leaking, we headed home. This is what I found.


The macerator bayonet had broken. I've called Carol, she is sending out a replacement at a cost of $40.

 94 
 on: September 16, 2014, 12:05:43 pm 
Started by Benny820 - Last post by Benny820
Hi all,    My wife Bev and myself attended the Hershey RV show and saw both the Pheonix Cruisier and the  Nexus. Now I must admit we do plan on going with the P.C 2552 with the dinette. We did spend some time going through the Nexus models and from what I saw I was not impressed at all with the Nexus line. Both Bev and I  feel comfortable with the  PC, and Earl and his wife could have been nicer kindly answering all our questions. Thanks to all , and hopefully we will run across some on our travels, just need to get the PC first.  Smile ThankYou HighFive HighFive.  Bev and  Tim

 95 
 on: September 15, 2014, 10:30:23 pm 
Started by monacoman - Last post by Barry-Sue
Let us know what you find!

 96 
 on: September 15, 2014, 10:14:00 pm 
Started by jas - Last post by jas
Got a quote Rickson Truck Wheels 7 wheels 17.5,7 Michelin xze2 215/75r17.5 tires,1 set stainless steel simulators, balanceing,
shipping for a total of $5,560.65. Not what I wanted, But??  Tires 3,750# single and 3,530 dual. This should do the job. Real axel would
go from 9,600# to 14,120# front axel 5,000# to 7,500# Not that I would load to this weight but over the 5,000 and 9,600 lbs.
Tires would not be the problem.  JAS

 97 
 on: September 15, 2014, 09:39:26 pm 
Started by monacoman - Last post by monacoman
Thanks, guys.  Mine works as you describe, but just won't turn.  Next stop: remove seat.

 98 
 on: September 15, 2014, 09:34:50 pm 
Started by frecklestweety - Last post by TomHanlon
Picture will be in the club news letter.

I heard that some one from the forum stopped by, but I did not see them. Who was it?

 99 
 on: September 15, 2014, 08:13:02 pm 
Started by monacoman - Last post by Barry-Sue
Barry and I went out and took a picture of how ours works.  (login to see the picture)  When you pull the lever toward you a locking tab is released from a slot, at that point I hold it in the released position and then can turn the chair in either direction.  

When you pull on your handle can you see the tab  being pulled away from the slot as shown in the picture?  If it is not then you will not beable to turn your chair.  If you click on the picutre you can see it in greater detail.

If the locking tab is being released from its slot and it still doesn't turn I wonder if a bearing(s) is out of place or rusted out.

 100 
 on: September 15, 2014, 07:55:36 pm 
Started by wnc2551 - Last post by BGolden
I remove my SaniCon pump when I winterize, if I recall the pump fuse is an inline fuse just above the plug connection.

Bill G

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