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Old 09-25-2015, 01:25 PM   #11
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Not sure what type of wdh you have but I've read on the Equalizer and other friction bar type sets is you want that popping at low speeds. The friction is what is doing the job, you don't want the bars to easily slide on the frame supports (L-bars).
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Old 09-25-2015, 01:33 PM   #12
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Good thought. We don't have the outdoor kitchen.
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Old 09-25-2015, 01:41 PM   #13
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can't make bacon and coffee at the same time...

WHAAA?? This just won't do.
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[QUOTE=Gone campin;343901 can't make bacon and coffee at the same time...[/QUOTE]

Now that is the definition of roughing it!
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Old 09-25-2015, 05:12 PM   #15
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Good thought. We don't have the outdoor kitchen.
We don't have the outdoor kitchen either - just use a griddle out on a table plugged into the outlet on the side of the trailer - keeps the camper from smelling like bacon grease. I need to get a good cord like said above to plug the griddle in right off of the pedestal so it won't pop. I need my coffee in the morning
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Old 09-26-2015, 07:59 AM   #16
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Not sure what type of wdh you have but I've read on the Equalizer and other friction bar type sets is you want that popping at low speeds. The friction is what is doing the job, you don't want the bars to easily slide on the frame supports (L-bars).
Missed this reply earlier. The dealer told me I'd hear popping in the chassis of the TV if the sway bar (Husky) was too tight. Maybe I should take a cruise around the block with out the sway bar and see if I can isolate the bar from the spring bars? If popping in the sway bar is the result of properly tightened or a bit too tight, I'll live with it, because it is doing it's job well.

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keeps the camper from smelling like bacon grease. ......I need my coffee in the morning
And what in the world is so wrong with the TT smelling like bacon.
YES on the coffee.
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Old 09-26-2015, 08:48 AM   #17
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When it comes to the WDH, I learned a ton by downloading the manufacturer's info off of their website - the dealer set up the WDH on our Tahoe when we bought the TT, but I had to set it up myself (I don't pay for anything I can do myself) when I got my Silverado. Turns out that many of the things the dealer did/told me about the hitch were incorrect. I set it up per Reese on the truck and it works even better than it did on the Tahoe.
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Yea, I watched the Husky you tube set up videos. The only thing I didn't double check was the head angle. Mine is slightly down, but the set up is working well.
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Old 09-29-2015, 11:03 PM   #19
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It would be worth checking your actual load, just to make sure there isn't an issue between the inside panel and the the 30A cord. My first thought was low voltage at the pedestal, but figure that breaker would trip first. And it wouldn't have repeated at the house. If your expected loads don't add up to 30A, you could have a wiring or device issue causing the overload instead of a weak breaker. Worth getting it looked at pretty close to be safe.
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Old 09-30-2015, 06:39 AM   #20
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Thanks, I haven't purchased an EMS yet, and setting up a breakout to run an amp meter is more than I wanted to do at the time. I do have a clamp style amp meter, but it's cheap gear and I'm not sure how accurate it is. I did check voltage at I believe 125 volts before I plugged in.
Also, this has happened at a site using the pedestal and the TT cord, and at home using my home service with a 50' extension. Common denominator is the TT. Still could be other factors, but troubleshooting 101, what's the common link, and where is the last place you "fixed" something else..haha. At least that's how we approach robotic submarines.
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