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Old 08-19-2014, 03:24 PM   #11
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The trick for communicating with JAYCO (both email and/or phone) is to always have your trailer VIN NUMBER handy. We have found JAYCO to be the best support company out there...
That is true if your unit is out of warranty. If your unit is under warranty, Jayco will not provide you squat! I have tried getting the cable wiring setup from them on my 2014 33.5RETS and that is their response. I finally figured most of it all out with a lot of trouble shooting that a schematic would have eliminated.
That being said, I still like Jayco the best!

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Old 08-21-2014, 05:22 PM   #12
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We are not so happy with Jayco. Our nex redhawk 26xs had mold under the floor and turns out the floor had been replaced before and a very poor job of it. Had to pull that floor when it std curling at edges then noted the mold. Turns out there was a leak in one of the lines that had probably been there all along. The TV wires were not spliced in one of the runs, the door gasket outside fell off, the drawers wouldn't stay closed, etc.We had it in the shop for 4months because Jayco dragged their fee approving the work and wanted to micromanage every step. After it was done went dry camping and again another water leak, country fill did not work, could not put LP in the tank(wouldn't take it). We would not buy another Jayco for sure. Also, I am a hobbiest wood worker and not impressed with the wood work in the house-cheap mold, drawers stick, etc. Wah,wah,wah...
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Old 08-24-2014, 04:13 PM   #13
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2012 Jayco Pinnacle 36REQS Fifth Wheel RV Orientation - Thompson Family RV

Check out link above,I also have a 361REQS and the video was a good watch.It is for the Pinnacle but the valve panel is the same.
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Old 08-25-2014, 08:53 AM   #14
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2012 Jayco Pinnacle 36REQS Fifth Wheel RV Orientation - Thompson Family RV

Check out link above,I also have a 361REQS and the video was a good watch.It is for the Pinnacle but the valve panel is the same.
That is a nice video. At about 25 min he's discussing hooking up 2 batteries and I'm not sure I agree with his explanation. What it sounds like he is recommending is a connection for 2 6v batts but he doesn't say anything about 6v or 12v.
For those of you that watch this video I'd be interested in your take.

He also recommends lubing the slide-out rails which I recall my owner's saying not to do.
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