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  • Mcfry
    Mcfry, CiCiDrop and shellbell joined.
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  • Donnab
    Will add later at work now
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  • fotolace
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    November 22
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    November 21
  • kkfouche
    CH, I had sent you a message earlier about buying your brake controller. I found a Curt from another Tab Forum person and went ahead and bought it since I was afraid you might have sold yours and I would end up with neither. Your controller should sell. You put a nice price on it and it is a great device. Good luck and thanks.
    November 21
    • CalvinHobbes
      CalvinHobbes
      So sorry I missed your messages. I've had the crud and was offline for the past week. Yes, we sold the controller to someone locally and I totally forgot to mark my posting.

      I'm glad that you were able to get one.

      Happy camping!
  • vhollow
    Thank you, Denny. Do you know how the Isotherm 65 external heat is vented? The Norcold, also supposedly with the same compressor type, and for marine use too, and 2.7 cu ft compared to 2.3, vents out the bottom. I did pull mine and confirm there is no way to add refrigerant or check the high/low pressures. It is a sealed system. If it breaks you toss it. My unit also has the copper oxide on the soldered joints. I just wonder if the Isotherm is better?
    November 22
  • eramir
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    November 20
  • AMC4
    Hello All,
    I have a TAB 320 and I would like to use the toilet in the winter. How much anti freeze should I pour into the black tank to begin with and how much should I us for each flush?
    November 20
    • Sharon_is_SAM
      Sharon_is_SAM
      Saw your post on the public wall. Please note that you should not use the large Activity box on your own profile page. By doing so, you essentially send a message to yourself. Use that area on another member’s profile page to send a wall message to that person. Copy your post and start a New Discussion from the Home page.

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  • suky1955
    Hello All
    How do I go about posting my [email protected] for sale. Don't see a "posting" option
    Thank you!
    November 20
    • Sharon_is_SAM
      Sharon_is_SAM
      Saw your post on the public wall. Please note that you should not use the large Activity box on your own profile page. By doing so, you essentially send a message to yourself. Use that area on another member’s profile page to send a wall message to that person. Copy your post and start a New Discussion from the Home page.

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  • kkfouche
    I would like to buy your Tekonsha 90250 Prodigy RF Electronic Brake Control if it is still available.
    November 20
  • cookes1989
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    November 19
  • sbhtennis
      Per your double bed design mod. 
    My table is attached on  a bracket on the  wood panel on the drivers  side. Do you know if I can just unscrew the bracket  and mount  it on that rear sofa  panel. Then I can reproduce your design. It sounds like you just added the memory  foam  onto the  cushions of the [email protected]   Did you make  base wider with any wood 
    November 20
  • sbhtennis
    I just saw your post with your Plano box. How did you attach it to your platform. What size did you use and how much weight is usually in it. I assume I could just put one on and it would not affect balance. I just would put hoses and light stuff in it 
    thanx for any info
    😀👋
    November 20
  • Lisamorrisette
    Jim, This is the most complete and thoughtful account I have read. I will be printing it and saving it-re-rereading it until I feel I truly have it down. Everyone has such useful information, but you included littler things  like which way is open and closed on the valve ( BTW my 2014 piping is more higgly piggly than the straight lines you have). I love the pill jar as I just learned, the hard way about the fuses. Also I do not have all the valves you point out. I see only three the yellow on the blue line, a white valve on a red line and, a silver on the blue line. NuCamp identified these as—
    The yellow topped valve is the Alde hot water tank drain valveThe valve on the red piping is the low point drain valve for the hot water plumbingThe valve on the blue piping is the low point drain valve for the cold water plumbingI had thought I would just blow out the lines, but got nervous with all the conflicting information and added antifreeze. I should also add that I didn’t open one line/valve at a time so I probably didn’t do a good job. Also I did not open the black and gray water tanks. Is there any problem with doing that on ones driveway?
    My 2014 does NOT have a bypass valve so the antifreeze was a big mistake. Lesson learned!

    So I guess my next steps are to wait for it to warm up and drain all the antifreeze. Can you do that on your driveway? Rinse until all AF is gone and sanitize the system and refill. Since I did not have an Alde bypass will i need to change out the glycol for the Alde? Or is that separate? I believe the clear line with greenish yellow fluid is the glycol. Please let me know if I am missing anything. Thanks again.
    November 19
  • Lisamorrisette
    That might be a great option. So I would have to purge the system of the AF and sanitize then blow out the lines and only add AF to the sinks and toilet is that correct?
    November 18
    • Sharon_is_SAM
      Sharon_is_SAM
      Yes, you basically need to dewinterize by flushing the entire system thoroughly with water - no need to sanitize right now - just in the spring. Then drain your tanks and plumbing lines, blow everything dry - don't forget the toilet line. Lastly after your gray and black tanks are empty, add AF to the sink and shower P traps - enough to get down to the gray tank valve and down the toilet to get to the black tank valve. Here are instructions that I wrote a few years ago. https://us.v-cdn.net/5021717/uploads/editor/6r/eust2xvs5t11.pdf apply, just ignore the Bypass valve advice. Let me know if you have any questions. Pay attention to making sure the hose leading to the pump is dry and the pump filter.
  • TeresaAndDavid
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    November 18
  • charlottenewbies
    Hi there.  Thanks for your advice on the 7 Pin connector on the Subaru Outback Onyx.  The service department at our dealership at first was hesitant, but once they got the service manager involved he was quite knowledgeable.  It was an upcharge to install the 7 Pin rather than the standard 4 Pin, but I'm sure it will save headaches.  Now just waiting for our camper to arrive !  Thanks again.
    November 18
  • hamrx
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  • Jrsmitty1979
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    November 15
  • Freespirit
    BrianZ,  thank you for taking the time to post your pictures of the PWM Controller install. My wife and I followed your picture instructions to the “T” and everything went back in place perfectly and worked as expected the first time. No issues at all!!  We can now leave our portable fan home and use that space for something else. 
    November 14
    • BrianZ
      BrianZ
      Glad you found it useful, and nice to know that my extra attention to capturing/describing details helped at least one person to get it right the first time. Thanks for letting me know, @Freespirit.
      MuttonChops found a really great improvement mod for the stock fan with this PWM controller. It has been a most valuable one for us to sleep well, and for conserving battery power without hookups.
    • Freespirit
      Freespirit
      I noticed your location indicates Chester Va, we drove 1400 miles from Texas to Orange Va to pick up our [email protected] last month. Really enjoyed Va.
    • BrianZ
      BrianZ
      Wow, that's amazing! I've heard of the Orange location - I believe it's relatively new, but have not been there, though it would be the closest to us. We got ours in Wilmington, NC, as a package deal with our cousins who live down there.
  • Rockcjjeep
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  • KevinMcJunkin
    Thanks for the interest. The camper has been sold.  Be safe 
    November 15
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  • SgtYork
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  • MandMStevens
    Thank you for the response regarding the heater... 

    I guess we're still confused, which setting on the thermostat should we use to get heat?  The Heat Pump or the Furnace?
    November 10
    • Denny16
      Denny16
      I would set it to Furnace, to get the main heat source working.
      Cheers
  • Moochie21
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    November 12