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Old 05-16-2016, 12:30 AM   #31
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Finally got home in some torrential rain. No major issues when I picked up other then the cover over the light in the fridge and some sealant on the roof at one of the front corners needing to be touched up. The guy swapping out the stock lippert pin box to my Reese Elite Airborne was a little lost. I could have done it in less time but had no tools! 😆😆
Oh yeah, this was a pleasant surprise "gift"! A $350+ Yeti will always make me smile!!👍🏻😀
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Old 05-16-2016, 06:11 PM   #32
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Progressive EMS-HW50C installed!

Ok, so I installed my Progressive EMS-HW50C surge protector into our 317RLOK today. It was pretty straight forward. I believe the under belly storage and access of most Eagles are going to be similar so theres nothing unique about my install. I did find an interesting issue when I opened up the power socket. It appears both of the hot wires had been cut thru and were open to what ever may come in contact with them.

I repaired it when I installed the surge protector so its not an issue anymore but this is something that could definitely be a fire hazard down the line if I didn't.

Wonder if I need to contact Jayco and inform them that their installer for that part isn't paying attention when he strips the casing off the cables, or he just doesn't care and QC isn't catching it. I believe I'll send them an email.

Anyway, I've attached a couple of pictures to show placement in case someone wants to see where I put it.
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Old 05-16-2016, 09:07 PM   #33
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Ok, so I installed my Progressive EMS-HW50C surge protector into our 317RLOK today. It was pretty straight forward. I believe the under belly storage and access of most Eagles are going to be similar so theres nothing unique about my install. I did find an interesting issue when I opened up the power socket. It appears both of the hot wires had been cut thru and were open to what ever may come in contact with them.



I repaired it when I installed the surge protector so its not an issue anymore but this is something that could definitely be a fire hazard down the line if I didn't.



Wonder if I need to contact Jayco and inform them that their installer for that part isn't paying attention when he strips the casing off the cables, or he just doesn't care and QC isn't catching it. I believe I'll send them an email.



Anyway, I've attached a couple of pictures to show placement in case someone wants to see where I put it.


Looks good. Where did you install the remote display?
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Old 05-16-2016, 10:20 PM   #34
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Looks good. Where did you install the remote display?
Actually I haven't yet but eventually it'll go up by the other controls. Where? I haven't decided.
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