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Old 04-28-2019, 09:05 PM   #221
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I had problems with the ref when running on gas. Took it back twice and still had problems until I noticed a partially pinched gas line running to the back of the unit coming down out of the gas tank compartment
Took the bracket of that was installed backwards turned it around and no more problems.

Wow, you would think that the dealer would have catch that but anyway I love it when it goes like that what a relief.
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Wow, you would think that the dealer would have catch that but anyway I love it when it goes like that what a relief.
They replaced every thing twice. It was kind of interminent when we traveled. We would check it every time we stopped, sometimes it would still be running sometimes not and we would have to start it again. Of course it always worked at the dealers. The stove never had an issue working so everyone assumed it was getting gas. I figured it out when I went to use our gas cook top off the rear gas hookup. It's a triple 39000 btu grill and I couldn't get enough gas to keep all three burners lit. If it wasn't for that I don't know if we would have ever figured it out.
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Just curious, why did you switch from Class A motor home to 5th wheel? I always like to know because it was such a tough decision process for us. We started out with Class A thought process, but ended up changing to 5th wheel.
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Old 04-29-2019, 07:11 PM   #224
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They just said the assembly line had changed to steel. They did not say when. Go inside your trailer magnet in hand with swinteck slide pulled in. The aluminum plates where painted white in mine. Steel have the inside wallpaper stuck on them but a magnet will stick to the steel.
Also if you have the Norcold gas electric fridge you should carry a magnet anyway.
If the runaway safety device gets damp (like from a blowing rain or washing trailer) it trips Gives you the NiOp error. You need a magnet to reset it. Don't ask how I know!

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Can you please elaborate on location of these "steel or aluminum plates"?
I know you said you have to look for them with slide pulled in. So I'm confused as to location of these plates? Want to test it with a magnet.
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Old 04-29-2019, 07:53 PM   #225
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They are next to the track on your slide out on the wall. My 2019 Eagle brackets are painted black.
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Old 04-29-2019, 11:59 PM   #226
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Well I drop it off today at the dealer I told them about the hot water board that they goes bad and he was aware of it and said that they have some in stock, we have another trip plan the end of next month so will test it out for sure.
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Can you please elaborate on location of these "steel or aluminum plates"?

I know you said you have to look for them with slide pulled in. So I'm confused as to location of these plates? Want to test it with a magnet.

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With the slide in on each end of the slide near top and bottom. Our original brackets where white thin aluminum. Like aluminum siding thickness. Replacements are steel 2inches taller and maybe two inches wider. The steel ones show when slide is all the way out. They stuck matching walpaper on the steel plates. There are 6 visible screws
So far slide is working great! Runs in and out smoothly!

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With the slide in on each end of the slide near top and bottom. Our original brackets where white thin aluminum. Like aluminum siding thickness. Replacements are steel 2inches taller and maybe two inches wider. The steel ones show when slide is all the way out. They stuck matching walpaper on the steel plates. There are 6 visible screws
So far slide is working great! Runs in and out smoothly!

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Hey RoadrunnerII can you take a pics and post how it look? I think that I know what you are talking about but just want to be sure.


BTW: The dealer ask me about installing toper on my slide the price that he quoted me for all three slide were about $2000.
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It's a beauty... we have the SAME one in the 2019 model with the Modern Farmhouse interior!!!
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It's a beauty... we have the SAME one in the 2019 model with the Modern Farmhouse interior!!!


Yes we love ours and are looking forward on going out again the end of this month, before we bought the one we have we did took a look at the Modern Farmhouse interior but decided on getting the other.
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Well guys the dealer call me Saturday and said that my unit is ready for pickup, just in time the take her out again the end of the month.
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Hey RoadrunnerII can you take a pics and post how it look? I think that I know what you are talking about but just want to be sure.


BTW: The dealer ask me about installing toper on my slide the price that he quoted me for all three slide were about $2000.
Sorry for the delay.. Better half got a full knee replacement! Been busy looking after her!
Here's the pics of the front side brackets. Rear are the same.

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Oh man I'm so sorry about your wife getting a knee replacment I know that can be painful, thanks for the pics.
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Oh man I'm so sorry about your wife getting a knee replacment I know that can be painful, thanks for the pics.
She is recovering fine. Bad news is she needs the other knee done. Sometime between now and July 2020 is the schedule.
As you can see on the pics Jayco tried to blend the plates into the walls with the wallpaper.
We are happy with the fix. Now onto next things. Front Cap is oxidized. Getting it redone under warranty. I gave it a good wax job last fall. Stored inside most of time. Just a bad clear coat job is my guess. Looking at adding paint at our cost. Jayco allows 1500 US$ to sand and clear coat only.

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Sorry for the delay.. Better half got a full knee replacement! Been busy looking after her!
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Be sure she takes her physical therapy seriously! Getting her range of motion back will take a lot of work but it's well worth it!

I had both knees replaced in 2002.
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Be sure she takes her physical therapy seriously! Getting her range of motion back will take a lot of work but it's well worth it!

I had both knees replaced in 2002.
Thank you all for tge kind thoughts! Yep she is serious on the physio! I slipped 5 years ago dislocated left knee and tore patella tendon off the knee cap. We went thru the physio with me together. A wise person said "Your knee will get no better than your last physio session." We are faithful to physio! She is now at 110* of motion this week. Thats just over 3 weeks from surgery.
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She is recovering fine. Bad news is she needs the other knee done. Sometime between now and July 2020 is the schedule.
As you can see on the pics Jayco tried to blend the plates into the walls with the wallpaper.
We are happy with the fix. Now onto next things. Front Cap is oxidized. Getting it redone under warranty. I gave it a good wax job last fall. Stored inside most of time. Just a bad clear coat job is my guess. Looking at adding paint at our cost. Jayco allows 1500 US$ to sand and clear coat only.

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Okay RoadrunnerII take care of mamma, you think that Jayco can buy it back or will they do that but anyway hang in their.
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Be sure she takes her physical therapy seriously! Getting her range of motion back will take a lot of work but it's well worth it!

I had both knees replaced in 2002.

I agree with this.
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a little help needed.

My wife and I just purchased a new to us 2015 eagle 321rsts. I have a couple of questions. There is a large plastic switch on the hallway way that I can not figurer out what it is for. Also, is there a light swith for the bedroom or the hallway outside of bedroom? I have looked at a large amount of camper this length and we like the layout of this one better than any we have seen. We have downsized from a 41 ft crossroad lincoln. Had a hard time in state parks getting a site for that size. Thanks in advance for any help with my questions.
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The large switch should be for the ceiling fan if there is one.
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