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Old 10-22-2015, 06:56 PM   #15
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I knew you did, I just didn't take the time to find the posts
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Old 10-22-2015, 07:16 PM   #16
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Thank you to all for fun and/or informative comments. BTW, WHAT is that vent thing under the passenger window? There is an electrical cord inside that can be plugged in, which then generates a whirring noise from an inside box on the floor by the passenger seat, up front.
the vent thing is the vent for the univolt (110 to 12V plus battery charging) which is on the other side. It probably should be one of the very first things to replace, since the original ones are loud, overcharging and possibly dangerous.
I personally like Progressive Dynamics with the remote charge wizard.
60 amp would probably be plenty even if you have currently a 70 amp dinosaur
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Old 10-25-2015, 01:54 PM   #17
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Re: Stuck Sliding Windows
Ha - Those fuzzy window tracks got a nail brush, elbow grease, vacuuming and then sprayed with Method Home all purpose cleaner (the best grime cleaner I have ever found - Target and some graocery stores carry this), method | all-purpose cleaner. I let it soak in, then started wiggling, pushing, pulling, anything until they moved. Now they SLIDE!!! I do not have to replace any seals, just keep them clean and moving. Kinda like everything else in life.
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Make a perfect decision taken, please you have to put more photos of your motorhome congratulations
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