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RE: 12 Volt reset ??

Not at all unusual find a 12 volt reset will get an inoperable slide to work. It has happened to me before. A different time I lost the ability to read current for L1 on the EMS panel. A reset of the 12 volts and all was well. I for one need to learn that when 12 volt dc things stop working, a simple hard 12 volt reset is the first thing to do before tearing into the electronics.
chuckftboy 12/04/21 09:22pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago quality

I have a Winnebago and have owned 3 prior RVs Newmar, Fleetwood (pre Bankruptcy) and a REV Products Ambassador. I feel the quality is as good or even better than any of them. The customer service has been better than any I have preveously owned.
chuckftboy 12/03/21 06:53pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black water tank overflow

Winnebago has always plumbed the 1/2 bath sink into the black tank on the 43 and 45 foot Class A rigs along with both toilets. The grey tank gets connected to the rear sink, kitchen sink and shower.
chuckftboy 11/17/21 06:21pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Adam Graphine ceramic coating

Ceramic coating might last 7 months but I hardly thing is could last 7 years unless you never wash the motorhome and maybe keep it in a garage. If it doesn't last you could never prove it because it's invisible and can't be measured.
chuckftboy 11/15/21 06:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: A/C Issues??

You say both are set to 75 and the rear is 74. That means the rear is cycling the compressor off because the temp is satisfied and the compressor is cycled off. Just leave the front set to 75 and bump the rear down to 68. You need both running to drop the temp up front where all the glass is. At night you can bump the rear back up because you won't have the sun load on the front of the coach.
chuckftboy 11/15/21 06:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Advice please

Body moldings on cars and trucks is installed with 3M VHB tape. If it holds door amd trim molding on a pickup it should hold on an RV
chuckftboy 11/12/21 08:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2012 bounder scare light

While some refer to that light as a scare light its not meant to scare anyone or anything so putting a switch by the bed would serve no purpose. The light is to help when hooking up after dark so the dash switch makes the most logical place to install it and why its over the wet bay.
chuckftboy 11/11/21 09:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago Vista front end noise

I had that happen to me after doing the Cheap Handling Fix on an 09" F53 chassis. Somehow a the factory sway bar would tap the bottom of the coach when coach body would sway a little. I had front air bags on that coach so the fix and the bags didn't play well together. Look closely at your Super Steer sway bar.
chuckftboy 11/08/21 03:18pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Stability Issues

There are a few that that have had issues. Maybe some people expect there class A to handle like a car or SUV and maybe there are some lagit issues with coach handling but I have owned a Newmar 34' FRED, a Fleetwoof 37' gasser, a HR 39' diesel and my current coach 43' Winnie. None of them had handling issues and I never needed to do any suspension work on any one of them.
chuckftboy 11/06/21 06:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Plug and play wiring harness for Jeep

You could use the Mopar 82216358AA wire harness made by the manufacturer.
chuckftboy 10/26/21 07:24pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Automatic air tank drain valves

Look a little closer. My lanyards were ty-wrapped to my frame and I had to cut the ty-wraps and stretch them out through the frame. That's probably how mine left freightliner and neither Winnebago or General RV took the time to do a very good PDI.
chuckftboy 10/23/21 06:50pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Any 80mph PLUS - class Aers still on here ?

I occasionally slow down to 80, when I'm not in a hurry.
chuckftboy 10/12/21 05:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Non-level campsites Class A

Carry some 2x12 or better 2x16's to drive your low wheels onto so that you start fairly level. Then level so that your wheels aren't hanging in the air. It may be necessary to put a few boards under your jacks depending on how much travel your jacks have.
chuckftboy 10/09/21 05:30pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Awning leak

The bigger issue is water coming in around a closed basement door and the furnace panel. That shouldn't happen no matter how hard it rains
chuckftboy 09/21/21 06:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago High beam replacement

Just like a double pane window, if the seal fails eventually you will end up with moisture in and 6 or 7 years is about average before failure. During the day the air inside heats up, expands and leaks out. During the night the air inside cools, condenses and pulls in moist night air. Any metal inside will eventually rust and replacement is the best fix but it will happen again some day. Sealed, glass beams back in the 60's and 70's seldom had the problem but the foreign manufactures don't properly seal the plastic.
chuckftboy 08/26/21 06:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Safe-T-Alert RV Carbon Monoxide/Propane detector

Drew has a good plan. The detector draws such little power that it probably isn't fused separately anyway.
chuckftboy 08/26/21 01:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Mirada Select Steering

You should first check that your Safe-T-Plus is installed correctly and has been adjusted to drive straight.
chuckftboy 08/14/21 04:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Getting help from ALISON

Always a **** shoot with almost any customer service. There are a few that really shine though, Winnebago and Freightliner have been the best for me.
chuckftboy 07/31/21 05:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Convection oven - phooey, Switched to Toaster oven

I agree that the convection oven takes a long time to preheat but it does a great job once you get used to it. I also carry a toaster oven in one of the cabinets but seldom use it for some reason. Maybe next time out I'll do some cheese toast and chili.
chuckftboy 07/29/21 05:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2012 Sightseer slides, do they all need to be opened?

It makes no difference on how many slides are out on any motorhome that has levelers. If you weigh your RV you would find that the 2 sides are not equal in weight anyway.
chuckftboy 07/08/21 06:31pm Class A Motorhomes
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