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Old 08-29-2011, 04:02 PM   #15
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There were definitely Argosy luxury models. They were called Airstreams.

I was just about to post that: you beat me to it.
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Old 08-29-2011, 04:25 PM   #16
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Wow proud ol gal isn't she..Big concern for myself would be the running
gear starting with tires,they are not easy to change so about the last thing
you want to go bad. I would invest in towing insurance, from Good Sam or???
Bottom line, check tire dates..over 6 years..they should go.
Brakes Ok??
If you want the water to work, disconnect inlet to hotwater tank and plug it, see if everything else is OK.
Good luck, make a nice project
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Thanks Jim.. Is the water heater accessible from the inside on this model or outside via a flip-door like many trailers? I think it's probably the door just ahead of the drivers-side rear axle -- correct?
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The water heater is an Atwood/Bowen 6 gallon. You have to undo the water lines inside the coach and the floor mounting screws, the LP line from outside, unscrew the 2 dozen or so screws holding it to the outside skin, and wiggle it out from the outside.
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Thanks.. I guess for the short term to diagnose whether further issues exist in the plumbing of the rig, I could just disconnect & cap the lines inside as you indicate and see if further leakage ensues..
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