I'd call Dave at PC and ask about your particular unit.
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As a fellow hippie in disguise I really admire those tapestries.Nice! You had me worried for a minute with those first pics - no more hippie rags!!! but then I got to the inside pics. You've gone stealth hippie. I like it.
My hair may be short now, but still a hippie. Sometimes it does pay to be low profile, however.
We normally do have much more for outside decorating, but this was a working fest. And with the neighbors...we kept the decorations inside. Tapestries like that cost $150-200 each, and are hard to secure. NORMALLY we are camped next to friends, and many eyes make safe campsites. This was not a group I would trust.
Video and audio on 57 bands over 5 days and 3 stages....and got them all. I was on main stage from 9:30am to 1am every day.
Working out details on mounting the 14 foot awning...gonna be REAL tight, but worth it.
DougnMy bad, I wasn't very clear.
Coiled under the bed? Think filling and the overflow tube. You really don't want water under the bed with the heater inverter, etc. That are also under the bed.
I guess another thought is... Do you avoid rain? Do you wax the paint? I personally can't see anyway of avoiding getting water on the outside from pretty much any source unless you want to park it in a sealed garage and never take it out.
I am not trying to be a smart a$$, I just figure getting the outside of the RV wet is part of using it.
I replaced my shocks with Monroe’s and also replaced the steering stabilizer with a heavy duty one. We noticed the steering was noticeable better with new stabilizer versus the factory original. It cost $60. Don’t see any need for saf-t-plus. But everyone is different.Our 2010 2551 also drives comfortably and quietly. At 36k miles, I'm sure the slight "wanderlust" I've tolerated will be improved by any steering stabilizer. At $24 from Amazon, I can buy 10 of the Monroe's for half the price of the designer models. That should last the 400k miles I plan to drive our phabulous PC....
By the way our 2551 drives like a dream. Very little noise on the road, handles wells and comfortable. Biggest impact seems to be tire pressure. I take out a little air and it makes it more like a “Lincoln” ride.
https://www.rvwithtito.com/download/Onan4000MaintenanceManual.pdfGood advice from CalCruiser above, I'd add to start by getting informed about the whole process from page 76, sec. 8-9.
Adjusting the generator engine rpm changes the output frequency and voltage. See page 80, section 8-13, spec D and later.
Try connecting your voltmeter to an outside 120v socket and measuring the voltage while tweaking the altitude adjustment knob (mixture screw) before messing with the throttle stop screw (governor).
How were you able to get in to remove old faucet?Not too tough, helps to be a skinny armed contortionist that isn't afraid to do plumbing! Assuming things are the same as in my 2010 2551, all fittings are finger tightened. Pulling out the silverware drawer helped some. Removing the P-trap can help see what is going on. Again, hand tightened.