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Old 02-14-2020, 03:38 PM   #1
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Fuzion 427 two weeks old

We just picked up our 2020 Fuzion 427 two weeks ago. Noticed a few things I am scratching my head on.

1) It appears that the black tank is not closed although the handle up front is closed. I found this wonderful issue when I took the cap off and sewage came pouring out. I would LOVE to find where I can manually check these levers to verify open or closed and fix the issue.

2) I also find that the garage has very little heat coming out of the one duct that is near the washer hookup. Does anyone know if a heat pump can be added to the AC unit in the rear to help heat things up quicker? Not sure if in-command would see it anyway?

3) We have only 1 battery. Would like to add some batteries and a 3K inverter so we don't have to run the gen for TV or charging phones. Anyone do this and if so how many batteries can the battery compartment hold - looks like 3 in the top and 1 just below for a total of 4. Be interested if anyone utilized the solar port own the roof as well.

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Old 02-14-2020, 04:44 PM   #2
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Black tank valve are notorious for have an occasional leak, stuff get caught up in the slide. If it is an always thing, could be a cable adjustment. I added a twist on gate valve so no surprises.

Garage heat, yep. 1 duct 35 ft away from the furnace. I carry a oil filled electric if I have people staying and I will be at powered sites.

Not sure if our compartents are the same, 2 -6 volts fit in the upper tray. I added an invertor in the pass thru near the batteries and added a receptacle behind the TV from the invertor. Your floor plan is differnt but a bit of ingenuity will get you there.

Nice looking rig.
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Old 02-15-2020, 02:40 AM   #3
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Black tank valve are notorious for have an occasional leak, stuff get caught up in the slide. If it is an always thing, could be a cable adjustment. I added a twist on gate valve so no surprises.

Garage heat, yep. 1 duct 35 ft away from the furnace. I carry a oil filled electric if I have people staying and I will be at powered sites.

Not sure if our compartents are the same, 2 -6 volts fit in the upper tray. I added an invertor in the pass thru near the batteries and added a receptacle behind the TV from the invertor. Your floor plan is differnt but a bit of ingenuity will get you there.

Nice looking rig.

Thanks. appreciate the input.
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Old 02-16-2020, 02:10 AM   #4
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Also check to make sure the handles aren't labeled incorrectly. RV manufacturers are notorious for swapping colors and labels.
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Old 02-16-2020, 04:51 AM   #5
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Adding a clear valve prevents nasty suprises.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Valterra-...saAjwfEALw_wcB
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Old 02-16-2020, 07:26 AM   #6
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............. We have only 1 battery. Would like to add some batteries and a 3K inverter so we don't have to run the gen for TV or charging phones. Anyone do this and if so how many batteries can the battery compartment hold - looks like 3 in the top and 1 just below for a total of 4. Be interested if anyone utilized the solar port own the roof as well...
I have a 265 watt solar panel mounted on the roof with a 2000 watt inverter and 2 batteries and will see how that works when we boondock.
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Old 02-19-2020, 07:14 AM   #7
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ok so i have a new raptor i am learning and am going to ask something on a new post. I know you have the 2 valves in that compartment but if you look on the same side of the trailer down by the wheels you will see 2 more valves. I am still trying to learn on how it works and what valves need to be open for what bathroom or whatever.

as for batteries i have a 2000 watt inverter and plan to put in 2 6v batteries which should be more then good for the rig.

the heating i would look into a bit and make sure that duct is not kinked somewhere when it was routed
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