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Old 03-24-2015, 02:20 PM   #2031
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Spent an hour today trying to figure out why my Visio TV's sound won't play over the 5th's speaker system. I yanked the Jensen out right away (I wanted built in wifi for Netflix) so I don't know if it would have worked or not. I can get the iRV's radio and DVD player sound to work over the speakers (for the DVD I use the iRV AUX IN port and the cables I found in one of the 5ths drawers). Tried every tv/iRV combo I could think of with what I have but nada. So, I'm thinking something isn't hooked up right on the iRV and hoping service will be able to fix it when I take it in for a couple of other repairs. Unless the TV sound isn't meant to go to the rv speakers? That doesn't sound logical so I hope that's not the case.
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Old 03-24-2015, 03:12 PM   #2032
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We have a 2015 Jayco White Hawk 21FBS with the tv/iRV combo and our TV doesn't come thru the TT speakers either. I thought there was a problem but the dealer said that's the way they are made.
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Old 03-24-2015, 04:46 PM   #2033
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After I posted I read another thread that mentioned that they are able to listen to the tv through the rv's speakers! So, what gives? I bet Jayco gets a lot of calls/complaints about the darn iRV.
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Old 03-24-2015, 06:44 PM   #2034
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Old 03-24-2015, 08:38 PM   #2036
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Trailer out of storage today, dewinterized, packed up to leave to the beach tomorrow morning!
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Old 03-24-2015, 08:39 PM   #2037
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I noticed this morning that my shower was flowing stronger than "normal". I went outside, after the shower however, and looked at the pressure gauge on the 5'er side of the Watts 263A pressure reducer. I keep it set at 50 psi, but this morning it was on 58 psi? I tried to reduce it in the normal manner, but it crept right back up to 58 within a few seconds. Soooooo, I turned the water off, removed the 263A, put it on the tailgate of my TV. Over the next 30 minutes or so I disassembled it and cleaned it with CLR and an old toothbrush. It was pretty nasty inside after 4 years of full time use. After the cleaning I installed new parts from a rework kit I have had since I bought the 263A and put it back in service. After a couple of minutes adjusting the pressure it now holds 50 psi like it used to.

I have also just ordered another rework kit. I hope I don't need it for another 4 years, but it is nice to have it.

Maybe I go overboard at times, but I also have spare water heater thermostats (both the propane side and electric side), replacement water heater electric element, and a spare fresh water tank low point drain valve. I am absolutely convinced the existing valve will freeze and break at some point, but it hasn't down to 8 degrees. I'm sure it freezes, but it is still operational. I know it would fail if I didn't have the spare.

I haven't even talked about all of the fuses and spare light bulbs. Maybe having a home base in a town of 680 population and no parts of any kind even close is the reason.....Or maybe not.
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Starting to pack up for the long trip home. Currently in Fort Myers and will head home for Ottawa Thursday. Taking our time to head back.
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Did our first wash job Saturday. It went well enough, didn't take terribly long. We used wash and wax combo, so I hope that was sufficient. Unfortunately, there already is black streaking I can't seem to get off completely, even using remover. I tried vinegar also with little result. I'm thinking of Magic Eraser next.
WD40 and a little wiping will make those black streaks disappear.
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Starting to pack up for the long trip home. Currently in Fort Myers and will head home for Ottawa Thursday. Taking our time to head back.
Don't hurry home to Ottawa for sure, weather is above freezing during days for a bit but still down at nights. I'm sure the weather is much nicer down there!
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