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Old 02-18-2013, 05:59 PM   #1
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Question for owners of 32TSBH or similar(dinette question)

Just got back from a 3 night stay at Pirate Land in Myrtle Beach SC. Friday was nice, Saturday morning was nice. By Saturday afternoon it was getting colder and cloudy. Around 9pm that night there it came.....SNOW! Woke up Sunday morning cold. My tank ran out of propane, and unlike my last TT, which when you opened both tanks, automatically switched tanks, my Jayco doesn't do that! My dealer said something about a safety thing. On top of that, the water pipe froze! The cg workers came and thawed that out, and I switched over propane tanks so everything was fine then. On to my question. While sitting in on Saturday night, I decided to see how my dinette made into a bed. BTW, it is an extendable dinette if that matters. I tried and tried to arrange the cushions to fill the space and couldn't! I got out the owners manual, it said how to, but still couldn't make it into a complete bed. Do I have to use the cushions that are stored as part of the extendable part? The owners manual was very vague, and it didn't mention using them. It wasn't till the way home I even thought about it. I really don't plan on using it as a bed, but just in case I would like to know how to do it. It says something about using the back cushions(which are "L" shaped and a little rounded, at the back. Have any of you tried and had success at this? There are two cushions the same size(side seat cushions)and one cushion a different size(back seat cushion). There are 2 "L" shaped cushions and one other back cushion which is a size of its own. It's like a puzzle! TIA
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Old 02-19-2013, 12:19 PM   #2
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Not sure about the dinette question, as I don't have a unit like yours. But as for the propane transfer, you can replace your current regulator with one that has the automatic change over feature. Not sure the exact price, but don't believe it is expensive.
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I cannot help with the dinette.

It is interesting about the propane thou. I did not use a full tank last year (new HTT), so I did not get to test that feature. However, I did ask the dealer about this during my walk through and they stated on my HTT, it would automatically switch over once one tank was empty. I do not recall if they said there was any special instruction to do so. On a previous TT, we had to have the indicator aimed upwards between the two tanks to use the automatic switchover.

I guess a call to Jayco with your vin # maybe needed.
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Old 02-19-2013, 12:57 PM   #4
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Talked to Jayco today as it was driving me crazy about the dinette. You need the 2 cushions from the extendable part to make it all fit. Mine did not automatically switch over. Course it was turned off. I will have to look when I go back next month.
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