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I want to replace canvas on jayco camper
take the camper to a jayco service center and get the correct replacement items for that camper
then it is a matter of removing all the fitting strips to allow removal of the old canvas and the fitment of the new items
a clue her is to when the new canvas id fitted is to leave the camper opened up and to wet the new canvas with silicon fluid and allow it to dry put before folding it away
why , it stops water coming through the canvas when touched in the rain and prevents mould if folded away when wet
Jayco 2008 Baja...
on Feb 06, 2018
What is the best TPMS for RV, travel trailer?
We purchased EEZTire-TPMS for our new 33' travel trailer right before a 4500 mile trip through the upper Midwest to the Washington coast, so lots of different terrain. We experienced snow, freezing rain, dust, salt water and the temperature extremes associated. These monitored the pressures and temperatures very well.
The distance from the monitoring unit to the sensors was about 25ft and connected well. We did occasionally see a short disconnect with one sensor (maybe twice during the trip) that resolved after about 20 min. Overall these have worked Very well and I would recommend them to all RV travelers.
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on Dec 19, 2019
SLIDE OUT ON FLEEETWOOD BOUNDER 201P
If you're having issues with the slide mechanism, figure out the manufacturer of the slide and Google it for a troubleshooting guide and repair manual. Their website will often have instructions for manual retraction or extension.
on Nov 07, 2019
How to reroute a cable on a slide out
The question doesn't have a lot of detail -- model of RV, which slide out if more than one, what kind of cable?
Generally, if it is a power cable, disconnect from shore power and disconnect both the cabin battery(ies) and the engine battery(ies). Find the end of the cable (fuse panel, switch) and disconnect unless there is a junction or connector that is easier to access. Carefully unmount any cable ties or holds/clamps to free the cable. Reroute to your preferred location, clamp in place. Things to consider: is rerouting necessary? Will there be enough slack in the cable to operate when the slide out is extended, or doesn't k*1*n*k, pinch or droop below the chassis when slide out is retracted. Any sharp corners or wear points it will rub against? If replacing with a new cable, is the cable suitable for exterior environments if it is outside/underneath -- and if it is power, is it sufficient gauge for the power running through it?
You can probably see why it's hard to answer your question -- many variables and unknowns. Can't believe k*1*n*k is a naughty word on this forum.
on Oct 20, 2019
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