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Old 05-12-2016, 09:53 PM   #191
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I installed my surge protector last week before going camping. Worked good until it everyone had A/Cs going in the afternoon and it shut off power for 2hrs because of 95v in the plug.


That's exactly what it's supposed to do. Be glad it worked because you'd be buying new ACs, tvs, microwave, etc. if it didn't.
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:01 PM   #192
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Inverted my cable reel and I like the way it works better. Also made a shelf to place tables under and bbq pit above. Need to make a spot for my palm tree, lol
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Old 05-13-2016, 08:31 PM   #193
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Is that a piece of your door seal dangling?
And why is your levelling controller mounted to a piece of plywood and not to the underside of the floor?
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Old 05-13-2016, 09:12 PM   #194
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That is the way my slide control came. Mounted to underside of floor on plywood. Yes, some of my rubber seal was coming off. Had that fixed too.
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Old 05-14-2016, 12:56 PM   #195
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Priced a removable 50W surge suppressor, then started reading-up on the benefits of the installed one, and wound-up ordering a EMS-50 with the remote display today....

Once I get all my electrical system mods complete, I'll post the photos and narrative. I've already switched-out the single factory battery for four 6V golf-cart batteries, the MPPT solar converter with remote panel and my 2000W PSW inverter with remote switch are installed, and I have the roof brackets for my pair of 150w panels on-order.

It's getting there....
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Old 05-15-2016, 04:02 PM   #196
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Tom,

Thanks again for the advice regarding the surge protector. I'll be installing one soon.

I have yet another question. Has anyone installed a washer/dryer in their 377 RLBH yet?

I just took out the shelving in the front closest to expose the drain and water hook ups for it. I measured, and I believe the Splendide stackable separate washer/dryer combo will fit. I'm not excited about taking a hole saw to my new fifth wheel but it will have to be done. During my PDI, I was told there was a spot pre-marked for me to cut the hole for the vent. I didn't see any such markings. Wondering if anyone has had experience with this yet?

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Old 05-15-2016, 06:07 PM   #197
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Today, I finished mounting my four 6V golf cart batteries in the nose compartment. I also built a vented battery box for them that gave me a small storage area above the batteries. I mounted my cord reel in the space where the factory battery mount was originally located.




I like the way that my project is coming out, so far!
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Looks good fire instructor!


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Old 05-16-2016, 06:36 PM   #199
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Tom,

Thanks again for the advice regarding the surge protector. I'll be installing one soon.

I have yet another question. Has anyone installed a washer/dryer in their 377 RLBH yet?

I just took out the shelving in the front closest to expose the drain and water hook ups for it. I measured, and I believe the Splendide stackable separate washer/dryer combo will fit. I'm not excited about taking a hole saw to my new fifth wheel but it will have to be done. During my PDI, I was told there was a spot pre-marked for me to cut the hole for the vent. I didn't see any such markings. Wondering if anyone has had experience with this yet?

Thanks!

Has anyone found the label (also reported to be there by owners manual as well) for where to cut the hole for the dryer vent?
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Has anyone found the label (also reported to be there by owners manual as well) for where to cut the hole for the dryer vent?
I just went out and looked in mine. No label for the vent that I saw anywhere.... I'd contact Jayco customer service. Make sure that you give them the unit serial number (not the same as the VIN), and they've always gotten back to me within a couple of days...
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