My trailer went to the dealer today -- the thermostat did not have to be replaced
everything worked. My trailer had sat since September in storage after our being in CO (Priest Gulch) where everything in the climate control dept. quit working.
Apparently the whole thing reset itself; the dealer suspects low voltage in the RV park???? anyway that works now.
Over-tourque (sp?) of the lug bolts is not good; I had mine replaced to the "tune" of $330..... that included the acorn knuts (sp?) but the techs told me that some of them were torqued to 210....and they had been stretched. That is why they got hot when I had flats and had to work very hard to remove each knut.
Interesting to me (they packed the bearings) but I did not need brakes and we have been about 20,000 miles. Guess gearing down helps
Anyway, Moosetags, you were correct on the climate control