Have you measured you bed platform?
Standard mattress size chart: https://www.americanmattress.com/pages/mattress-size-chart
RV Mattress sizes: https://rvmattress.com/blogs/main/t...5Zfxq3MS-SniSPhxfOtff-mYBz4appIRoCvFoQAvD_BwE
We have the same model and year you do and no problems. I did have the bottom track leak as they forgot some sealant on one end of the bottom track. A shot of tub and shower silicone solved the problem.
We do in our Big Horn 3120 RK. We had one incident when the door lock came off. Once we learned how to organize it and put a different lock on it we have had no problems.
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I use these in both our house and RV from Amazon for 12.62. I have used these for 3 years and removes sediment and taste.
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I have several access flaps cut in mine. As Jim said use a 3 sided cut and I leave the uncut side towards the front of the RV and use the Scrim tape. None of mine have come loose, but if one would happen to while driving the wind would not blow it open. I use alcohol to clean with before...
I do both and suck enough antifreeze through the pump to fill the strainer bowl. I also put several cups of antifreeze into each trap. I also open low point drains on hot and cold and leave faucets open when done.
Mike, I had the front part of one of mine come loose and the screw was gone. I found a little longer screw and by putting it in at a sight angle was able to catch good wood and it has been ok for a year or so.
I had a problem with the ground wire on my trailer. The screw was tight but when I took it loose there was a layer of paint interfering with a good ground. I wire brushed it clean of all paint and have had no problems since.
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Good luck and we hope to see you in Texas soon. Your guidance and wisdom will be missed. Thanks for all of your help with your knowledge and advice the last few year and your support of all Heartland owners.
I dropped a 2" duct into the basement when I installed my cheap heat. My unit is a bit different than yours in that it has an aluminum plenum running the entire length of by main living area feeding 3 floor ducts. This allows more radiant heat the entire length of the underbelly. In cold weather...
Was it Bear Frame and Axle in Grand Island, NE? They fixed my bent axle on my boat trailer and also on friends boat trailer too. Very well respected company in that area. Once fixed I never had any problems.
Thanks to Don & Vickie for putting on a fun rally and serving way to much good food. It was great seeing both old friends and making new ones. We got home today and looking forward to snow here tomorrow. (not)
I also had the check valve on my water pump go bad and filling my water tank. I got one and placed it at the inlet of the pump before the strainer bulb. It was a quick 5 minute fix.
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We used our Cheap Heat for our 6 week trip to AZ this winter and love it. We spent about $200 on propane for the same trip last winter and only about 1/2 of a tank this year. It is much quieter when running on electricity compared to propane and a more comfortable consistent heat.
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I used it for planning our trip this winter. I like it because you can customize the trip and edit as you go. It was able to keep track of my mileage, campground costs, and total trip cost.
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