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If they are blade valves (a T-handle that you pull out and push in) then they are probably your black water (the largest diameter one) and grey water. The third is probably a 2nd black water tank if you have a bath and a half. They often have a separate black water tank.

Jayco 2008 Recon... | Answered on Feb 06, 2018


You'll probably have to crawl under and trace where they go. You could possibly put some dye in one of the grey water tanks (ie: the kitchen sink drain or bathroom sink or shower drain) to figure out where it comes from. The black tank is your toilet drain. It always has the larger diameter pipe going to the valve (usually 2 or 3 inch diameter) The grey water tubing is usually 1 1/2 inch tubing.

Jayco 2008 Recon... | Answered on Feb 06, 2018


check to see if setiment has settled on the pilot....blow it out with air if it has. This issue comes up often with water heaters and rv refers. If that is not the problem and the pilot remains lit, but never increases when the thermostat is turned up, you probably need a new gas valve/thermostat.

Jayco RVs | Answered on Jul 13, 2019


next to water pump inside of where you fill it

RVs | Answered on Jan 16, 2020


make sure pressure released then pump should come on if not just inside where water is filled in tank should be a panel or divider to remove to access pump check inline fuse if bad possible water was froze last time turned on

RVs | Answered on Dec 29, 2019


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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RVs | Answered on Dec 19, 2019


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.

RVs | Answered on Nov 07, 2019


Contact the manufacturer/distributor directly to request the manual.

RVs | Answered on Nov 04, 2019


I can only suggest to try a dealer....EBAY...Amazon or even try Craigslist. Surely someone has one. Good Luck!

RVs | Answered on Nov 02, 2019


I would start by checking your 12 volt battery voltage, should be 12.5 to 12.8 voltage reading, as with out it the heater will run briefly and then shut down. There are many factory trouble shooting guides on line for free. Not sure if you have a ATWOOD Suburban heater?
Normally if the fan motor comes on... it blows against a flat plate called a flail switch. That switch tells the ignition device to give spark to the GAS CHAMBER. So my guess is....with your start stop condition....the the electronic control is not working correctly due to low battery voltage. As you said....when on 120 volts going to the 12volt invertor...things work correctly. Lots of information on U-Tube on furnace troubleshooting! Good Luck Goodn

RVs | Answered on Nov 02, 2019


Contact Komfort directly to request the manual.

RVs | Answered on Oct 28, 2019


usually close to the storage tank

RVs | Answered on Oct 25, 2019


should be on tag on front side of driver side

RVs | Answered on Oct 22, 2019


There are quite a few manual websites out there -- not knowing the model is a challenge. Hopefully this link will continue to work for a while:

https://www.gocaravanning.com/caravan-specs/Sprite-Caravan-Data.html

RVs | Answered on Oct 20, 2019


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.

RVs | Answered on Oct 20, 2019

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