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Old 06-20-2018, 05:51 PM   #11
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Washed the whole roof with Fantastic and a car wash brush. Sealed the front seam that I made another post about and a couple of other suspect places.

Found a good sized hump where something is between the decking and the membrane. And another place where the membrane is separated from the decking. Going to take sized pictures and send to dealer.

Also found AC cover was not snapped together in 3 places.


New Carlisle HD LREs are installed but I haven't pulled it yet.
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Old 06-21-2018, 07:15 PM   #12
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We've not paid much attention to the entertainment center on our two outings. Today I tried to play a DVD. No sound. I found the TV audio output and the head unit audio output were connected via RGA cable. I corrected it and it works for now.

I also found that the clamp that holds the wire bundle up in cabinet was directly behind the head unit and head unit was jammed in there so tight it popped out two inches when i took the screws out. All of the wires were jammed together. Moved clamp and dressed up the wires with zippies.

While I was there I added an audio in cable from the TV so i can hear the TV through the head unit.
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Old 08-06-2018, 07:01 PM   #13
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Furnace ducting

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ID:	17911I turned the furnace on and noticed something in the register. It turned out to be foil tape. I removed all the registers and found multiple instances of leaking ducts at the boots. Repaired all with foil tape. Most disturbing leak shown in pic.
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Old 08-24-2018, 08:16 AM   #14
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TV reception

TV antenna cable connector is loose or defective somewhere behind an enclosed area. When I open and close the main cabin door the signal strength varies (TV goes out). I tightened up all of the connections I could get to through the entertainment center but that didn't help.

The antenna happens to be directly above one of the kitchen lamps so i removed it. I can see the antenna connector in the mounting tube but i cant get to it.
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I'm parked at a campsite for a while and it came a driving rain. Both entry door windows leaked a small amount of water at the bottom of the window on the inside.

Kitchen window leaked heavily through the butyl rubber on the side of the frame. Topped the butyl with some Proseal to stop it.
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Toilet water valve leaks at random. There was a screw missing so I installed a new screw of the correct size. That slowed it down but didn't stop it.
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Old 08-24-2018, 12:07 PM   #17
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Toilet water valve leaks at random. There was a screw missing so I installed a new screw of the correct size. That slowed it down but didn't stop it.


The valves are pretty easy to replace. I replaced mine once already (picked up new rig in Apr). The new valve has started leaking too. Since we turn off the water when we leave we donít worry about it for now. My dealer has shipped me a new valve.
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Old 08-24-2018, 02:21 PM   #18
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The valves are pretty easy to replace. I replaced mine once already (picked up new rig in Apr). The new valve has started leaking too. Since we turn off the water when we leave we don’t worry about it for now. My dealer has shipped me a new valve.
Would these be Dometic 3xx series toilet valves? Great thread, by the way!
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Would these be Dometic 3xx series toilet valves? Great thread, by the way!
Yes itís a 310.
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