Mini breaker with manual reset
So let me ask you this…do the 12v appliances ie:lights, furnace fan, roof fan in bathroom, power awning, etc all work when on shore power but do not work when disconnected from shore power?
Do the leveling jacks work if not on connected to shore power?
Something doesn’t make sense. If the 12v...
Curiosity had the best of me. Had to look. Here’s a picture of the backside from in the fridge compartment in our bighorn. Same 2118 norcold. Kreg screws and staples
IMO it’s a remove the fridge fix. Barely enough room to snap this picture
After tearing into both of my grey tank valves, I’d say one of the two rubber gaskets has been dislodged.
IMO it’ll require you to get underneath and either cut a door or drop the coroplast for replacement of the internal gaskets. While you’re at it rotate the valve housing 180 degrees and...
Have had a set of Hartland’s on the BH since May 2019. At about 23K miles I’m pleased. Even wear, hold pressure well, ran cool last year in 90-95* air temps with, I think, minimal pressure increases. Would recommend
Thanks. Thought so but wanted confirmation.
I’ve experienced front jack drift on both travel days and when extended on a site pad
I have the lippert instructions too. They say it’s a bad seal in one of the front jacks. I replaced leaky hose hoping that was the cause but it wasn’t
If you have level up, scroll through the functions to see the battery level (voltage), keeping in mind a full charge is 12.4 volts or higher.
I too upgraded breaker & cables to eliminate the proverbial start, stop, reset
Good suggestion about changing the fuse! I forgot that the first cool weather we experienced in our ‘17 BH we had some furnace issues. During trouble shooting the fuse looked ok but while brainstorming with others we were rallying with someone suggested changing the fuse just for giggles...
One of our sons lives in Columbia Falls. We were there this past September mooch camping in his driveway
We too like the Flathead valley but prefer to visit in May or September. Like any other NP destination, it’s freaking crowded in the summertime
Feel free to reach out for any of our...
Another BH owner here in PA just had a set of Sailuns replaced under warranty. Upon inspection before a trip, he discovered tread separation starting to occur on 2 of the 4 tires.
Others I know have walked away from Goodyears
None are “perfect”!
Add Gladiator tires to your comparison too. Similar to Sailuns and Hartland tires, all steel belts. I bought a set of those in 2015 for our previous BH from Les schwab. Good reviews then. Only had that rig for a year afterwards before the current rig so don’t have a lot of history personally...
Any tire can/will fail and I agree with the 5 year maximum replacement. We’ve had these 29 months (date codes March 2019) and over 20K miles and they are “looking” better than the OEM Sailuns which I replaced at 32 months and just under 30K miles. IMO items, machinery, etc that’s used...
Have 4 of them from discount tire purchased early 2019 when we were out west. Just about to finish a 9000 mile trip. My records show we’ll have just over 20K on them upon arriving home. Still lots of tread. Wearing evenly. Hold pressure well. TPMS indicates they run cool even in 90+* degree...
Toppers, YES, especially if you’re from the east. For the couple months we spend in TX, I complain of their existence most days because of the wind.
We’re currently in a piney woods and without them I’d be cleaning slide roofs