My intent was to go for a shakedown trip for a weekend prior to Spring Break, alas, we never had the opportunity.
Anyway...plugged the camper in to shorepower next to the house and all was well until about 45 minutes prior to departure. My wife said "the refrigerator is making a beeping noise". So I paused silently for a moment and then went into inaction. The message on the screen was "LiOP". Anybody have that one? I have done a few searches but not seen much on this or the Woodall's forum. It means a high-temp limit switch has tripped and you need to have it serviced by a dealer, because it no longer works. A few phone calls were made and we decided to press on to Zion Nat'l park which is aboout 150 miles from Vegas. The next day, the local RV guy tells me that I can bypass that switch by unplugging two wires from a little black box on the outside access panel and connecting them together. Used a spare 20 amp fuse from the truck and it worked like a charm.
Other than the fridge, we were pleased. Fit and finish seemed great. I don't remember the dealer telling me about the idiot switch on the outside access panel to the electric water heater, but a neighbor clued me in on that.
I installed a pair of Firestone Air Bags on my 2012 Ram 3500 DRW that same weekend. One thing that bothers me is the bed rail clearance when hitched to the truck. There isn't much - maybe 5.5-6". The trailer looks fairly level. I started with 50# of pressure initially and then reduced it to about 25 psi. It looks like the trailer is set to the highest bracket hole back by the axles. Not sure if I could lower the MOrryde pin box or if I would want to. Any opinions? The attached pic is before the air bag install.
Any experience with the Norcold problem? The mfg lady I spoke to said it could be tripped by outside air temp or poor ventilation. Let's see....I live in vegas. Shouldn't be too hot this summer. Norcold authorized a service call from a mobile RV guy. Emailed him all the info and the replacement part is ordered. Hopefully it should minimal hassle having come out to replace it.