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Old 07-28-2019, 03:21 PM   #3417
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Timken bearing sets (both #4 and #17) and ten seals (#441151) for the 10" brakes system used on the 23D and sold on Amazon
Thanks Ronnie the Set4 and Set17 bearings come up together as that 'purchase together' feature on Amazon, but also these seals: https://www.amazon.com/Timken-473336...A8E0YCK2Q70XVC
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Old 07-28-2019, 05:17 PM   #3418
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New Problem seeking a solution. The corner bathroom door has the lever hardware. How about a solution for a door handle that doesn’t grab you coming out of the bathroom. One idea is to buy a deadbolt set and use the interior portion for the lock. Any suggestions
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Thanks Ronnie the Set4 and Set17 bearings come up together as that 'purchase together' feature on Amazon, but also these seals: https://www.amazon.com/Timken-473336...A8E0YCK2Q70XVC
Looks correct.
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Thanks Ronnie the Set4 and Set17 bearings come up together as that 'purchase together' feature on Amazon, but also these seals: https://www.amazon.com/Timken-473336...A8E0YCK2Q70XVC
Here is the seal number (Lou) Switz had. #442251
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New Problem seeking a solution. The corner bathroom door has the lever hardware. How about a solution for a door handle that doesn’t grab you coming out of the bathroom. One idea is to buy a deadbolt set and use the interior portion for the lock. Any suggestions
Can you post a photo of what you have?
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Old 07-29-2019, 02:24 PM   #3422
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Here is the seal number (Lou) Switz had. #442251
Thanks Ronnie. I'm probably being WAAAAAYYYY too anal about this. The 473336 and 442251 seals are virtually the same...note the minor difference in shaft size (1/1000 of an inch!). And one is a style '440' and one is style '470', whatever that means. I guess either would work but I'm still curious why there are two that are virtually the same?


We appreciate you taking your time to contact us for this matter. As we have checked, the differences between Timken® 473336 - Premium Seal and Timken® 442251 - Premium Seal is the Shaft size and the style. The Timken® 473336 - Premium Seal has Shaft Size: 1.719" and Style: 470 while Timken® 442251 - Premium Seal has Shaft Size: 1.718" and Style: 440.
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New Problem seeking a solution. The corner bathroom door has the lever hardware. How about a solution for a door handle that doesn’t grab you coming out of the bathroom. One idea is to buy a deadbolt set and use the interior portion for the lock. Any suggestions

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Old 07-30-2019, 11:28 AM   #3424
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We are currently on our longest journey ever in Dora after being off the road for a couple of years. We left Lexington, KY last Thursday and are currently in southwest Idaho, heading to near Portland, OR. That's 2,425 miles one way. Got new tires for the AS and the 4Runner before leaving. Nothing major so far (stink bugs in the water heater air vent causing soot on the side). Fingers crossed, we arrive late tomorrow in Wilsonville, OR, ready to start the visit.

We're contemplating a different route on the return trip, just for something different. It's maybe 100-200 miles different if we take one of the two northern routes.
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Finally

Finally got around to adding my switch position indicator LED’s to my water heater switches. I’ll do a bigger write up in a blog post but here’s a few photos of the dirty work.
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Fuse in the wall

While I was installing the LED light for my water heater switches I found a 10amp fuse in the wall. Any idea what it is for. I did not spend the time investigating.
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Killer LEDs. Great upgrade. Should be stock. Time to update my mod list - again
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Old 07-30-2019, 12:45 PM   #3428
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While I was installing the LED light for my water heater switches I found a 10amp fuse in the wall. Any idea what it is for. I did not spend the time investigating.
The 2014 Manual shows a 10A fuse between optional solar panels and the charge controller, but on yellow wire. Since the prewires start out next to the Fantastic Fan sort of above that area, maybe that's where they put that fuse? I don't recall seeing a fuse in the rat's nest, just the terminated prewires.

Remove fuse and see if you lose solar since you are using the prewire?

Only other 10a I can see in the diagram is between charge controller and a 20a breaker on positive bus, but that wouldn't be all the way in back up in that wall since the charge controller would be under the dinette.

Curious to know if you figure it out...that would be an interesting thing to know in the event of some mystery power outage here or there (if it's not for the solar but for something else.)
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One more! The 23FB guys were making a run at it.

Here’s one more I did this morning. My International name badge was starting to show a little fading. The blue was fine but the red was looking more pink than red. A little rattle can red and good as new...
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The 2014 Manual shows a 10A fuse between optional solar panels and the charge controller, but on yellow wire. Since the prewires start out in that vent near there, maybe that's where they put that fuse? I don't recall seeing a fuse in the rat's nest, just the terminated prewires.

Remove fuse and see if you lose solar since you are using the prewire?

Only other 10a I can see in the diagram is between charge controller and pos bus but that wouldn't be all the way in back up in that wall.

Curious to know if you figure it out...that would be an interesting thing to know in the event of some mystery power outage here or there (if it's not for the solar but for something else.)
It’s in the wall behind the thermostat. I’ll do some more digging. I hate the fact there is a fuse that is hidden inside the wall.
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