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Old 04-26-2020, 03:37 PM   #21
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Congratulations on your new rig, my buddy has the same one and loves it.
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Old 04-27-2020, 03:05 PM   #22
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We got the same one a week before Christmas after thriving and surviving in 27ft RLS for 4.5 years.
We got the white, antique country finish on the inside. We absolutely love it even with a few aggravating issues... Bit of a heads-up:
-- Furnace issues with the infamous Sail Switch AND a kinked LP hose... (warranty covered)
-- Had to tighten all 3 of the sink "P" Traps as they were barely hand-tight and one actually fell off...
-- Had to tighten all of the water connections inside the water docking station. Small leak developed and after pulling the left cover off, found that all of the water connections (Cable and Satellite as well) were barely hand tight.
-- Had to replace 2 window shades, big 6ft one at the back window and a small one beside the bed. (warranty covered)
Aside from the issues though, we freaking love this model and are thrilled! Finally have my outside Beer Fridge stocking with good stuff as well.
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Old 04-27-2020, 03:52 PM   #23
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Ours is the country finish as well. I've already checked the sink connections during PDI but the others I will follow up on. My living room satellite connection is actually the AUX input in the docking Bay, so I'm sure I'll find other surprises in there as well. Thanks for the heads up. We are talking her out for her maiden voyage this week ����. We love the floorplan. I picked up the washer and dryer to install after we get back. I see y'all are in Savannah not to far away, we are close to Athens. Enjoy yours also.
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We were sitting in the theater seats today and there seems to be a subtle but noticeable "clunk" at two points in the massage cycle. I am going to move the seats away from the wall tomorrow to see if it's something that can be adjusted.
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Old 04-27-2020, 06:33 PM   #25
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Beautiful rig...enjoy!!
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Old 04-27-2020, 06:36 PM   #26
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-- Had to tighten all of the water connections inside the water docking station. Small leak developed and after pulling the left cover off, found that all of the water connections (Cable and Satellite as well) were barely hand tight.

I really appreciate the heads up, I looked behind the DS today everything appeared to be secure except the cable and satellite connections, all were touching but none were more than a single turn from falling off.
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Old 04-27-2020, 09:22 PM   #27
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Thatís a good looking trailer. Enjoy.
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Old 04-28-2020, 06:32 AM   #28
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Savannah is the home base but we are in the Charlotte area now. I make it home every few weeks and was just there last weekend. You are in a good place in Georgia.
Also the tension connector on the large band that holds the LP Tanks in place hits the doors when you close them and makes a little bit of a bulge. Take out the tanks, unscrew the bands and shift them about 45 degrees.
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During PDI I removed the panel at the back of the left hand cabinet under the sink to check the pump and plumbing there and found when I put the panel back in I was able to move it back almost 2 inches. Makes that cabinet a lot more useful.
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Hooking her up today for our maiden voyage. Headed a few hours from home to Pine Mountain. The great adventure begins!
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Nice! I hope "she" is really good to you...
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Here is a pic of the fix. I just unscrewed one of the screws that secure the underbelly, looped a zip tie over the washer, tightened the screw down then tightened the zip tie. Thanks for the ideas.

There you go, that work.
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Hooking her up today for our maiden voyage. Headed a few hours from home to Pine Mountain. The great adventure begins!

Oh, be safe and enjoy.
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You have the same floor plan we have in our Pinnacle. Love the 1/2 bath with the grandkids and other visitors. The don't have to go up front through the bedroom during the middle of the night to use the restroom. Enjoy and safe uneventful travels.
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Make sure the gas line doesn't move out with the slide before installing a clamp.
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Goco, that is very good advice. Thankfully in my case it is not under, or near a slide. Someone else reading this thread, that advice may save them a bunch of grief. I love people helping people!
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Just got back from Pine Mountain, great first trip! Only issue that came up was both toilet seats were just a little loose, no biggie there. Also looking to tint/ darken the bedroom windows somewhat, but other than that everything went as expected.
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Greating looking rig and by self. Mable Mn.
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