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Old 07-06-2015, 11:25 AM   #31
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So I tried the rear camera advice today. The rear camera works while backing. While underway, however, when I switch to the camera it says no signal. Any ideas?
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Old 07-06-2015, 01:51 PM   #32
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Unfortunately, no. Hopefully other posters will have something, that is the power of forums like this!
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Old 07-06-2015, 08:11 PM   #33
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AugerN........do you have the Clarion radio? That is what I have. In post #21, I indicated how mine works. I miss-spoke some. Once you have the screen loaded, press (touch) the top button above the volume knob. That will load 6 screens, once they have loaded, then slide the whole screen (with your finger) to the left ONE time. You will see 6 screens. The screen on the upper right will look like a drive way or roadway. Touch that screen with your finger and the window will open up with a view of what your rear camera views.
I always have the engine running and ready to roll, so I don't know if you will have this result if you are sitting, hooked up, jacks down etc.
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Thanks Darrell! I do have the Clarion but that doesn't seem to work. That's what I was doing and still getting the no signal message. And BTW with regard to my previous question about removal of the Clarion, I'm told via phone from the local service center that I need to remove the faux wood trim from around it to gain access. I will try tomorrow when I get it back from the Ford service center and see if I can fix the constant turning off with every bump problem that I previously had described.
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22. Warranty issues... So actually when we took delivery about two weeks ago the check engine light was on. They told me not to worry but at some point to take it to the local Ford commercial center for evaluation. We had a trip planned which is why we bought it so I checked with an OBD2 reader and saw that it was cylinder 5 injector and misfire codes that were being thrown. So since it didn't really idle rough we pressed on. So after our trip I dropped it by and they found that the injector wire had been eaten by rodents apparently while on the lot waiting to be sold. So of course Ford wouldn't cover the approx $600 repair. CampingWorld made an immediate call and paid for it. Great service so far. Interesting though, the Ford service girl pointed out that our 2015 Precept has a 2014 Ford Chassis that in their system shows it went into service in April 2014. Thus, I'm already a year down on our 3 year, 36k miles warranty. Really?!? How can this be right? This was sold to me as new just 2 weeks ago.
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I had the same issue.......2014 chassis, 2015 Jayco. I was told when I titled the RV it was listed as a 2015 and the warranty begins with the first individual that titles the vehicle........on both the chassis and RV body.
Hope you obtain some clarification.
Thank you for this info. It is good to see CW responding to your situation and resolving it for you.
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23. In an effort to streamline my docking operations and to better organize, I am going to try the setup pictured below. I've added quick connects to the water fill/black tank wash inlets. A Y connector with quick connects and I picked up two 25' handi hose and added quick connects there as well. This fits into the good sam bag. I then bought the sewer solution and a carrying bag. Now I won't have to worry about leveling the stinky slinky. Takes up much less space too. Hopefully these additions will save space and speed up my current 15 minute connect time (from the time we park until all is out and connected). Where was all this when I was a kid? lol. Feel free to add any time/space saving suggestions that you may have.
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I'm curious to hear how the Sewer Solution does for you. From what I've read, you'll lose the time you made up (and more) on your docking procedure in your dumping procedure. While the Sewer Solution is a much more economical alternative to a macerator pump, I understand they are very slow for dumping. You'll also want to make sure you use your tank flush with the sewer solution. This is an interesting video that sheds some light on the Sewer Solution and getting your tank clean:

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Thanks, Camper Bob! The rate limiting step for me thus far has been the sewer - both set up and dumping. The set up slows me down because I spend some time trying to get a good downhill flow and it never seems to work out anyway. So I suspect I'll save some time there. The storage was another big issue. Even at dump stations I'm slow with the current set up and still have been spending 10-15 minutes after the dump trying to get the hoses clean etc. I think the doctor side of me screws things up because I change gloves multiple times if I think I may cross contaminate clean equipment, touch something with a gloved hand that may have touched the hose, etc. It's crazy and I'll eventually get over it but I have factored in the longer times at the disconnect but like to get set up quickly in the beginning. Not because I'm in a hurry but more as an astonishment from what I remember as a child helping my father. I also picked up the sewer solution as a possible solution to dumping in my sewer clean-out at home. I figure if I don't like this, then I might eventually graduate to the macerator pump. I'll let you know soon as we have a 10 day coming up.
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Oh, and I just assumed with this system I wouldn't really benefit from the tank back flush and would still rely upon the built in flush system.
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