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Old 09-27-2016, 09:41 PM   #1
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So turns out we have a 93 Jayco Designer Series King 6 SD 25th anniversary, if that means anything.

The door is kind of wonky on it and we need the crank. I'm having a hard time finding these parts, or any older parts for that matter.

Any leads?
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Old 09-27-2016, 10:59 PM   #2
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So turns out we have a 93 Jayco Designer Series King 6 SD 25th anniversary, if that means anything.

The door is kind of wonky on it and we need the crank. I'm having a hard time finding these parts, or any older parts for that matter.

Any leads?
The crank is just a piece of 1" square tube with a handle welded to it. Should be able to get something like that fabricated.
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Old 09-28-2016, 07:07 AM   #3
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The crank is just a piece of 1" square tube with a handle welded to it. Should be able to get something like that fabricated.

Okay. Well it has a square tube, no handle so I'm assuming it probably broke. We can figure out something. What about the door? We also can't find anything about lighting the pilot light, or how anything works like the toilet and shower, sink. There's nothing like that in the manual.

Thanks for your help btw, it's appreciated
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Okay. Well it has a square tube, no handle so I'm assuming it probably broke. We can figure out something. What about the door? We also can't find anything about lighting the pilot light, or how anything works like the toilet and shower, sink. There's nothing like that in the manual.

Thanks for your help btw, it's appreciated

The Jayco manual is pretty useless. I was a senior in highschool when we got our '92 Cardinal SD. I have all the documentation that came with the trailer. Each component had its own paperwork. I will show you a bit of what I have on the crank. That winch is not a Jayco part, totally different company that may still be in business. I don't know. You inset the handle into the square tube under than little door in the trailer. I am sure its not broken, just missing. How did you get it up with no handle or does it have the electric lift?

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Old 09-28-2016, 09:06 AM   #5
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Okay. Well it has a square tube, no handle so I'm assuming it probably broke. We can figure out something. What about the door? We also can't find anything about lighting the pilot light, or how anything works like the toilet and shower, sink. There's nothing like that in the manual.

Thanks for your help btw, it's appreciated
Now...

Pilot light for the water heater?

Thetford toilet I bet.

What about the sink and shower?
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What do you mean when you say the door is "wonky"? Can you provide pictures?
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Old 09-28-2016, 01:57 PM   #7
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That crank handle shouldn't be too hard to find. It has changed in decades. Exactly the same handle on our 2008.


Here's one on eBay:
L w Jayco Viking Coachmen Pop Up Tent camper Crank Handle | eBay
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Honestly, considering the age of the unit, the one thing I would have professionally looked at is the propane system before lighting anything. It should have a pressure drop test performed to make sure there are no leaks from cracks or loose fittings that may have occurred over time. A certified gas tech can also show you how to light any pilots and make sure they are in operating order. Also, your propane and CO gas detector has got to be long past it's expiry if it has never been changed; replace it. Get a new smoke detector at the same time.
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Honestly, considering the age of the unit, the one thing I would have professionally looked at is the propane system before lighting anything. It should have a pressure drop test performed to make sure there are no leaks from cracks or loose fittings that may have occurred over time. A certified gas tech can also show you how to light any pilots and make sure they are in operating order. Also, your propane and CO gas detector has got to be long past it's expiry if it has never been changed; replace it. Get a new smoke detector at the same time.
They didn't come with smoke detectors and CO detectors back then. My 92 didn't anyway. I'm not saying they aren't a good idea, it'd just there isn't anything to replace.
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Old 09-28-2016, 03:25 PM   #10
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Check Ebay for part! Crank Handle

Another option, can you weld or know someone who can? Fabricating a new crank handle is child's play for someone who can weld. All the pieces can be bought at local hardware/farm supply stores.
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