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Old 05-22-2022, 01:26 PM   #1
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We just purchased a 2019 Melborne 24L last week and went on our 1st trip from Deadwood to Billings. Windy trip up but beautiful trip back. I will definitely be looking into the Sumo springs, Helbig Swaybars & Fox 2.5 or Bilstein shocks if anyone has a link on which ones to get. We also had a problem with the shower running out of pressure after about a minute or 2. I could turn the water off until I heard the pump build up pressure again & then turn the water back on & try to finish showering before running out of pressure again. I ordered a Oxygenetics shower head & hopes that solves it. New cabinet & drawer latches are also on the way(ugh!)
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Welcome from Wisconsin. Congrats and enjoy your 2019 Melborne 24L.
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After days of troubleshooting, removing pump, disassembling pump, resetting pressure on pump, reinstalling pump, changing filter, testing pressures, and checking every pipe that was visible I finally found my pressure problem! Yahoo. The main feed coming out of the bottom of the tank went thru the floor & was kinked in 1/2 from the factory and covered with foam. Whoever sprayed the foam at the factory had to see the kink and didn't bother to correct it. Very disappointed with just plain poor quality control on various other wire & routing issues from the factory. I wish I could figure out how to post pictures on this site. Ugh!
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