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General Discussion / Re: Plant still closed
« on: April 09, 2020, 10:11:27 am »
Garmp, you have a 120,000 dollar plus PC sitting at the factory, they have extended the shut down and no one from PC got a hold of you, and you can't reach anybody,  Any number of people from PC or Campers Inn could have contacted you from home. This lack of communication shows an (I don't care} attitude from the sales people at PC. PC is a small company only building 2 to 3 PC's a week. Staying in contact with this small number of customers should be no problem at all. I wonder if PC will survive the next down turn in business? I would be temped to cancel my order and ask for my down payment back. In reality you just want to know the latest status on your new motorhome.

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Another mistake, the 2100 and 2400 have always had the 23 gal black tank and the 35 gal grey tank. On the new website it is just the opposite, the black tank is listed at 35 gal and the grey at 23. I doubt if they switch the tanks.

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On the home page, the floor plans for the rear kitchen models, the 2400 floor plan is incorrect, it was incorrect on the old site also.
Couch in the slideout, not a dinette?  Is that what's wrong?
Correct, plus the closet sides out.

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The floor plan shows a small slide with dinette, across from the dinette is 2 chairs with small table. The floor plan they show has no bed. My 2018 2400 has the large electric sofa bed that slides out
along with the large 2 door closet, across from that I have the optional full size dinette, 2 chairs with the small pull out table is standard.

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Look at the floor plan then play Earl's video.

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On the home page, the floor plans for the rear kitchen models, the 2400 floor plan is incorrect, it was incorrect on the old site also.

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General Discussion / Re: High Milers?
« on: March 13, 2020, 10:38:29 am »
It's nice to see a PC owner interested in putting on some high miles. There doesn't seem to be a lot of interest on that topic on this forum. Put on another 100 or 200 thousand miles and keep us posted.

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General Discussion / Re: 120V Electrical Outlets
« on: March 11, 2020, 08:08:19 am »
I had one that pulled out of the wall and fell into 3 pcs. Who ever installed it just put the cover on it and let it go. I have 2 others with cracks in them, all were just simply over tightened.

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General Discussion / Slide Opening
« on: January 18, 2020, 10:06:16 am »
Look under the slide, there's an opening, a slot with 2 rubber flaps on each side, it's there so the slide can pass by a wiring harness when put in and out, It doesn't seal out the outside. Critters can get inside the rv, mice, spiders, snakes. Is it possible, or has anyone ever rerouted the wires so that opening can be closed up?

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General Discussion / Re: Water leak behind passenger seat
« on: January 13, 2020, 08:22:38 pm »
Have Phoenix Cruisers always been leakers or is this something new?

 

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Adventure Anywhere / Re: Grand Isle SP, LA
« on: December 30, 2019, 09:12:00 pm »
Garmp we were at Grand Isle S. P. 3 weeks ago, we've been there several times. The State Park is nice, you can't see the Gulf from your campsite but  a short walk of about 50 yards will put you on the beach. We walked out on the pier and saw dolphins jumping. Shrimp boats were working close to shore. Stop at
Jo Bob's Gas and Grill for the shrimp basket, it's very good. The 8 mile bridge you have to cross to get there offers great views. We like it.

  Lynn

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General Discussion / Re: Norcold
« on: December 14, 2019, 11:20:04 pm »
Thanks Luvshack, I had heard rumors about a metal hinge repair but could not find it on the net. I called Norcold Customer Service and was told they didn't have a repair hinge available. Thanks again.

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General Discussion / Norcold
« on: December 14, 2019, 08:55:28 pm »
My Norcold fridge door has fallen off for the 2'nd time in 20 months. I'm on the road for the winter and have been held up for 3 wks waiting for a new door. Don't tell me i'm putting to much  weight in the door, we keep almost nothing in it since it broke the first time. I looked up norcold problems and the PC forum came up,
this was 2013. The shop that has my door on order said it will be no better than the last 2 that broke. I called Norcold customer service and was told the same thing, new door will have the same problem, they wouldn't warranty my broke door because it's been over a yr since the last one broke. I called another motorhome builder and they have used nothing but Dometic for yrs with no issues. They said they have heard of Norcod problems. If Norcold problems are common knowledge in the industry, including PC, why is PC still putting them in there motorhomes? I know the PC faithful will say the fridge is not PC's problem but why do they use them when they know they're poor quality?


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General Discussion / Re: 2017 2910T Dinette Leaking From Rain
« on: December 06, 2019, 09:19:44 pm »
Your slide is different, can't tell you for sure.

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General Discussion / Re: 2017 2910T Dinette Leaking From Rain
« on: December 06, 2019, 02:47:44 pm »
My slide is on the drivers side, the rail that holds the slide awning pulled away from the side of the rv allowing water to bypass the seals and run in on top of the slide when the slide was in. It then simply ran off the top of the slide and on to the floor. My second leak was running in the bottom of the slide rails and on to the floor with the slide in, like Joseph said, were the water is coming out isn't always where it's going in. They could not find the leak at the factory, It wasn't because they weren't trying. I took it back to my local small town dealer and he was determined to find it. At the top of the slide, on the corners, there are 2 caps about  5 or 6 inches square, mine were caulked around. Those caps do nothing except cover up a 45 degree seam so it looks nice. Water can get behind those caps, run into the 45 degree seam and run down behind the seal. The water then found a path on the rail attached to the side of the slide and ran into the rv. This was with the slide in. Caulking that 45 degree seem stopped the leak. I'm thinking they forgot to caulk mine but I'm not sure PC caulks that seem at all. Funny thing, mine didn't leak when it was new that I know of but it sure leaked shortly there after. If PC recommended not to order the slide to avoid leaks, they would lose 90 % of their customers.

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