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I had my coolant tank removed the other day to disconnect my Trik-l-start because of an electrical upgrade that makes it obsolete. While under there I found an inline fuse just hanging around that I believe (base on wire color) went to my docking lights. It was on pretty long leads so you could probably just feel around under there and pull it up to check. Good Luck.

General Discussion / Re: 2013 2910d fuse and breaker labels, GFI switch
« on: October 19, 2023, 09:37:13 pm »
Might want to check the switch near the entry for the one over the refer. On mine, that light is controlled there so you can turn it on before entering the RV.
Also, GFI's are 120 volts. I think all of the lighting in a PC is on the 12V system so may want to check the fuse box if it is not the switch.
Good Luck!

Glad to hear you're back on the road Ron!

General Discussion / Re: Vroom Slide System
« on: July 16, 2023, 08:08:12 pm »
I was quoted $4,500 from an installer in Connecticut. But they do seem to be looking for more money because the PC in different than most RVs  regarding the slide configuration due to the curved wall.
The factory seems more wiling to "get the job done" for that price per the folks that have been there.
Here's a list of the installers:

General Discussion / Re: Sanicon Hose Sleeve?
« on: July 04, 2023, 08:18:08 pm »
Wow, Thanks Zolman for this good info!
I will come back to this thread at the first sign of issue with my current hose.
Sounds like a great solution.

Best regards, Jim G.

General Discussion / Re: Sanicon Hose Sleeve?
« on: July 04, 2023, 08:13:53 am »
Zolman: Did you install this as a replacement for your macerator pump? What are the advantages? Thanks!

General Discussion / Re: Cab heat and sound insulation - floor
« on: June 10, 2023, 09:07:50 pm »
Nice report and nice job! How does it work?

General Discussion / Re: PC sighting in WV
« on: May 11, 2023, 08:53:52 pm »
The PC at the KOA is a mid 2000s white with green lower body paint. Similar to Ron D's but Florida plates and a brush guard over the grill.

General Discussion / PC sighting in WV
« on: May 11, 2023, 07:51:01 pm »
PC sighting.
At the Harpers Ferry KOA.
We are in site 40 till Saturday morning if you feel like stopping by talk all things PC!

General Discussion / Re: LogicBlue LevelMate Pro
« on: April 29, 2023, 09:11:52 pm »
I have this and love it as well. With this I can get my rig more level than my HWH auto level which always seems to have  the rig over lifted and often can't get us level. I also gave one to my son in law that has a tagalong trailer and he too loves it. With a trailer you can use it along with those curved blocks to get leveled in a jiffy.

General Discussion / Re: Catalytic Converter Theft Protection
« on: April 09, 2023, 08:45:08 pm »
CALCRUISER: I did it myself (so two hands) but wouldn't say it was easy (I hate working on the ground under vehicles). All told with getting the parts (Home Depot and 3 Auto parts stores because 31/2" muffler clamps are not stocked in high quantities), getting the RV in the air, installing the straps, painting and engraving, it l took the better part of a day. I started by securing the straps in the front and working my way back. Used bar clamps to get good contact where necessary , strapped or muffler clamped it down and then move back to the next section.  It felt like spring steel layers inside the sheath so it did not bend and take a set. The hardest part was at the front of the CAT where the flange is only a few inches away so getting it clamped down between the flange and the CAT tight enough so I could get the nuts started on that muffler clamp, not fun. Couple of disappointments in the kit are the SS ties they provide which I didn't think held very well (unless I did them wrong) and the spacers they provide for between the muffler clamp and the pipes did not fit around the strap. I'm pretty sure they are made for the cable straps they sell for other applications. I did not use the spacers and added their straps only in between the hose clamps that were actually doing the work. Regarding weight of the kit, I'm not sure really but do remember when I first picked it up thinking "not as heavy as I thought it would be" . Guessing maybe 5 pounds for the whole thing?

General Discussion / Re: Catalytic Converter Theft Protection
« on: April 07, 2023, 08:06:38 pm »
Just got through installing the CAT STRAP. Bought the RV kit which has the layers of spring steel rather than cables inside the sheath. It does not take the shape of the exhaust system willingly. But with the help of a bar clamp,  think I got a reasonable installation. In hindsight, I probably should have waited to paint it till after the straps had bonded to the bare steel rather than the painted CAT, but at least it LOOKS like I don't want my CAT stolen. The heat shields are welded to the CAT so instead of cutting them off, I routed the straps outside the shields top and bottom. Not ideal but ...   :-[

General Discussion / Re: Please Help on Reunion Registration
« on: February 28, 2023, 08:54:15 pm »
You may want to log into your PayPal account to see if the invoice is there. That's how I found mine as the notice had gone to spam.
Good Luck and see you there!

General Discussion / Re: Glad we have a Phoenix Cruiser!
« on: January 12, 2023, 06:02:32 pm »
This type of communication is part of the reason I am happy to own a PC.

General Discussion / Re: Forward A/C Wiring Run
« on: January 09, 2023, 08:13:53 pm »
Wow! Had never heard of the Truma AC.
Looks promising but not a lot of details on the web site yet.
They say it is not available for aftermarket, do you know when it will be?
Good Luck!

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