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RE: has Forest River upgraded their furniture covering

Exactly what Bucky said. We are having the dinette cushions redone locally with quality material, $480. We are replacing the couch with theater seating from Lippert, $1100, with 5 year warranty. Can only hope that warranty isn't BS. The guy that is doing the cushions thought this a mistake, but hopefully he only wanted more business, and the new Lippert seating isn't ****.
Timeking 11/13/21 07:11am Tech Issues
has Forest River upgraded their furniture covering

2018 Rockwood 2606WS ... the faux leather junk on both the couch and the dinette has begun to disintegrate, pieces of covering littering floor. From what I"ve read elsewhere, 1000s of people have this issue, and are solving various expensive ways. Does anyone know if FR upgraded their furniture to make it more durable or is it still all junk?
Timeking 11/10/21 09:28am Tech Issues
RE: Decal replacement

As posted elsewhere, Marabu Classic coating is for graphics, to protect them.
Timeking 11/10/21 09:24am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: From whom does Rockwood get their tank heaters

What model relay, where purchased? This all gets back to what I originally posted, to find out what FACTORY KIT Rockwood used to install. No dice from Ultra Heat.
Timeking 11/04/21 08:18am Tech Issues
RE: From whom does Rockwood get their tank heaters

The 2606WS has 4 tanks, and if each tank has a heater drawing 9 amps 12VDC, then that means the panel switch has to handle 36 amps!! That seems impossible?
Timeking 11/03/21 07:51am Tech Issues
RE: From whom does Rockwood get their tank heaters

I wonder where I might get a diagram of what the Rockwood factory heater install looks like, as in what goes where, etc.
Timeking 11/02/21 08:36am Tech Issues
From whom does Rockwood get their tank heaters

It would seem there would be a 'kit' available for this option. Am having difficulty resolving who to contact. Not only would I need the heater pads, but also the switch that fits the existing panel. Also, from calling about, there seems to be some confusion regarding need to put tank heater on black tank. Frozen black tank does not seem to be overly fun situation.
Timeking 11/01/21 02:47pm Tech Issues
RE: Question about tires

I have the Nokian HT One tires (51 psi max) on my 2016 RAM 1500. TT hooked up with WD. With 50 psi in rear and 40 front, rims are both at 24 1/4 inch high (top of rim to ground). With 44 in rear and 40 front, rear is at 24 and front at 24 1/2. So ... it seems advice to max rears is valid.
Timeking 07/24/21 10:20am Towing
RE: WFCO Converter/Charger won't go to Float

After 72 hrs with no use of TT, still at 13.6, never went to float.
Timeking 06/28/21 08:03am Tech Issues
RE: WFCO Converter/Charger won't go to Float

Here is what WFCO says (and like howardwheeler above, no 13.2): "First, if your battery burned up just supplying 13.6 vdc to it, there was a problem with it such as a bad cell. A good battery should not have an issue with a constant 13.6 volts being supplied to it. With regard to the Float mode, if the load current being supplied from the converter is 5 Amps or less for 44 hours, then the converter will drop the output voltage to 13.2 vdc. Once in Float mode, any rise in output current draw above the 5 Amp level will cause the converter to go back to Absorption mode (13.6 vdc.). To go back into float mode again, the process would start over. Thanks and regards - Ted Krueger"
Timeking 06/25/21 01:21pm Tech Issues
RE: WFCO Converter/Charger won't go to Float

Parasitic draw on my 2018 Rockwood 2606WS TT is 0.33 amps, which is apparently sufficient to keep the WFCO at 13.6V. Yes, I could turn off CO and propane detectors ... risking not turning them back on. Bad idea that. So the question is "does any converter drop to 13.2 over a 0.33A parasitic draw"? I'm thinking not. Although posts above say 13.6 not a problem, but 13.6 did burn up a battery when I didn't check the water level for 3 months. At 13.6 I can see slow out-gassing going on in all the cells. It would be nice if there was a button I could press and the voltage would drop to 13.2, overriding all this 'automatic' techno babble that doesn't actually work on modern RVs.
Timeking 06/25/21 01:11pm Tech Issues
RE: water heater works fine - IF- I leave door open

It turned out that it was the igniter/sensor (DSI electrode). Replaced and works as it should. $11. Of course I needless replaced the controller ($90 with cover). And I stupidly thought while I was tearing things apart, might as well replace the switch ... which wouldn't come out, and wires too short, then wouldn't go back in. Just a tremendous pain for something that should have been easy, and in hindsight shoulda been left alone.
Timeking 05/26/21 12:08pm Tech Issues
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