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Old 04-30-2016, 04:46 PM   #21
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And is it normal for ONLY the lights and bathroom fan to work when unplugged?
No tv, no outlets, ect...


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Old 04-30-2016, 04:49 PM   #22
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ps to that I have also always released the pressure on the valves first by opening hot and cold faucet with pump off before trying to turn the valves so they turn easier because they are plastic and I have heard of people breaking them trying to turn them
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Old 04-30-2016, 05:17 PM   #23
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I think so because they are 12volt. Remember that your unit has two systems. A 12 volt and a110.volt system. They each work independently of each other. If you have an electrical problem first determine which system, then trouble shoot.
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I guess that explains why the radio works then. Must be a 12v head unit and speakers


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Old 04-30-2016, 05:53 PM   #25
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Maybe a read of the owners manual. Lots of things in a new rig. It's good to know how they are powered. Some require both 12Vdv and 120vac, some work on either and others need one or the other.

There's loads of stuff to absorb and I hope we can help you. I just wonder how a dealer can sell a unit without showing the new owner a few things to get them started.
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They did, but it began to storm pretty bad as we got started, so we were kind of rushed through


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Old 04-30-2016, 10:57 PM   #28
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New in Georgia 28BHBE

You mentioned it had the bedroom 2nd A/C. If you paid for the 2nd A/C in the bedroom from your pic I don't see it on the roof...
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Ok so here is the story with that...still pretty pissed.

I found the trailer through RV Trader and inquired about more information that set me up with a salesman at Camping World.
Once we got to camping world, we went out to look at it, and it was exactly as the ad described.

We walked back inside to negotiate a price and ended up going back and forth with the bank for about 3 days. Once all the issues were worked out with the bank, we returned yesterday to finalize it all.

We spent about 3 hours signing our lives away, getting Good Sam, and getting insurance paid for.

They took my truck and installed the hitch, sway control, electronic brake controller, and leveled my truck to the trailer since it has a large lift on it.

Once it was time for orientation, I noticed it wasn't the same one.... The options missing were the 2nd AC unit, ladder, and kitchen skylight.

We argued for a bit, but once I got inside I realized that the one AC unit actually did a really good job since the roof is ducted. He told me that it was completely his fault and that he must've grabbed the wrong VIN after we originally looked at it. He said the price was still the same for the VIN we got, and it would be higher for the original trailer we looked at.

All in all, I just decided to go through with this one since it had already been a nightmare. I told him the only thing that I'd really like to have is the ladder since we will be going to Road Atlanta for a lot for races. He promised to order one and pay for the install out of his pocket.


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Just my thoughts but if you are thinking of going to the race and using the roof for observing the the race I would not. Just saying.
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