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Old 01-24-2016, 10:05 AM   #3041
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I opened the old one up, after installing the new pump and had water. I dried the diaphragm out and then placed it horizontal and poured a little bit of water on it. It started leaking through, but I couldn't see the pin hole without knowing where to look. With the hole in the diaphragm it wouldn't self prime as it was supposed to. It was a very small hole and took some time for the beginnings of a drip formed. With it trying to prime and air leaking through that small hole.......No water.
Thanks Ed, I will take it apart at our next stop and take a look.
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Old 01-24-2016, 05:27 PM   #3042
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I cleared 20+ inches of snow off the top.
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Old 01-24-2016, 08:12 PM   #3043
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I cleared 20+ inches of snow off the top.
Same here only 12" but had slides open as we were planning on heading out on a trip tomorrow. Cleared the slides today and about half of the snow on the top. 40's tomorrow so that should take care of the rest of it. Have about a 150 yard uphill gravel drive to reach the main road and my tractor is stuck in a drift near the top. Can't finish clearing the drive until I get the tractor out and so far its too slick up there to pull it out. Won't be leaving for a few days.
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Old 01-25-2016, 07:54 PM   #3044
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I got my 50 amp Progressive EMS in the mail today...gotta love Amazon Prime!
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Old 01-25-2016, 07:59 PM   #3045
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I got my 50 amp Progressive EMS in the mail today...gotta love Amazon Prime!
That is a fact. Just ordering dog food pays for itself. Two day shipping is just icing on the cake. The video privileges are not the best, but they get better every year.

I am holding off on my purchases for the TT till closer to pick up. Do not want to waste any warranty time.

But, I could order the Progressive since it has a lifetime warranty.
Amazon, here I come.
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I got my 50 amp Progressive EMS in the mail today...gotta love Amazon Prime!

Now it's time to get that father in law busy installing it!
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Old 01-25-2016, 08:56 PM   #3047
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Finally got a break from the non-stop rain and was able to un-zipper it a bit and check out the condition inside. Been covered since early November and still looks good - no signs of any condensation. Also went through everything in the under-bed storage. Pulled a few things out that we didn't use and re-organized it. Found the white electrical tape and barber-poled the negative cross-over cable between the batteries. Cover comes off late February so I can get it down to the dealer for a wheel bearing re-pack/brake inspection before heading off on the first trip of '16.
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Old 01-25-2016, 11:07 PM   #3048
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I cleared 20+ inches of snow off the top.
X2, but in my case it was closer to 30".

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WOW. Ordered yesterday, arrived today. EMS HW50C with remote digital display.

Even came with a cool pen with built in flashlight. Progressive Industries rocks!!
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Tried to turn on the 50" TV in my 5 day old Precept 31ul. Nothing on the scan on either antenna or cable. Also no DVD. I traced all the wires and the connections and found that the dinette slide cut all the wires leading to the TV. I don't know if all the Precepts are wired this way but the DVD player in the living area sends the signal to the bedroom TV and outdoor TV as well.
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