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Depends where it is and who fitted it.

RVs | Answered on May 10, 2019

Sometimes these valves are identified by the color. Grey for grey and black for black. Another way to tell is that most of the time the black fittings and pipes are larger than the grey. Look at your plumbing underneath the unit at the dump valves. The valve that accepts the larger pipe will most likely be the black.
black water valve-k50eh1y5xmgj3eof3glhupqe-3-0.jpg This is a good illustration of the two valves. You can see that they are color marked, and that the black valve piping is much bigger than the grey beside it.

RVs | Answered on May 09, 2019

Check on info tag where vin and other info is DOOR FRAME

RVs | Answered on May 05, 2019

Check in your basement under the slide outs. Often there is a manual screw where you can put a socket wrench on and you can manually bring the slide out in. Check to see if battery is at full charge and all connections are clean and rust free. Also insure your ground wire is clean and well grounded. A good first start.

RVs | Answered on May 03, 2019

Go to E-trailer.com for wiring diagrams on trailers

RVs | Answered on May 03, 2019

Here's a link to Jayco manuals: https://www.cunninghamcampers.com/download--jayco-owner-manuals. You could also contact Jayco directly to find out what part you need. Photos of the top raised show straight roof support 'legs.'

RVs | Answered on May 02, 2019

The cover is often held in place with screws that might be covered by the carpet nap. Carefully search for the fastenings. You could also check at the Winnebago website for the PDF owner's manual for your RV or contact Customer service.

RVs | Answered on May 02, 2019

Your question and facts are a bit terse. Usually when shore power is present you can leave both house and chassis batteries connected so they are charged/maintained by your charger/converter. Using a multimeter, test all parts of the 12v circuits to be sure the converter/charger is outputting at least 13v to house and chassis batteries.

RVs | Answered on May 02, 2019

Need a bit more info. Is this a boat? Is it battery or AC power not working? (i.e. is there an inverter?). Any sign of corrosion? Does the battery charge? What does battery voltage measure?

RVs | Answered on Apr 30, 2019


RVs | Answered on Apr 28, 2019

Disconnect clear water supply/hose. Turn on 12v pump. Turn on the sink faucets and open the grey water drain. Wait until the faucets start spitting water (you'll know).
If you wish to split hairs yes there will be residual water left somewhat in the system but the tank will be emptied. Good luck and happy camping

RVs | Answered on Apr 24, 2019

Fresh water drains should go directly onto the ground, not into another tank. I'd think a previous owner made the modification you describe. I'd correct it and allow fresh water tank drain go onto the ground.

RVs | Answered on Apr 23, 2019

You could try contacting Forest River RV manufacturing, but many wiring changes are made on the assembly line.

RVs | Answered on Apr 23, 2019


RVs | Answered on Apr 16, 2019

Hello, Joyce.

First thing time discuss is getting the same make and model, if possible, to prevent excessive fabrication work and so you do not have holes in your exterior wall. Other things tio consider are replacing the entire awning or maybe just a few components. If the arms are still on good condition, consider replacing the motor and aching fabric instead. This could save you a lot of time, money and headaches. If you can replace just the fabric and motor, you will need to remove the motor completely and get the measurement of the fabric length. Take them to your camper store so they can hemp make sure you get the correct replacements. There are several fabrics available you choose from and different brands and types of motors. Having the motor on hand and the length of the fabric will let them find exactly what you need.

To remove the motor, first thing to do is DISCONNECT the power to the awning. Pulling out the fuse will do this safely without having to shut off everything. If the awning is extended, this will make the removal easier. Either way, you will most likely need a ladder and a few basic hand tools to remove it. Depending on the brand and age, the screws will be a star patterns (torx) or cross tip phillips. There may be anywhere between 5 to 7 screws. Look for 2 or on the issue case to open it up, then a few more to be able to remove the disk motor. Take a picture of the wiring to make sue you know how to reconnect it on the new one. Once you have a new motor, reverse the order to reinstall.

Regarding the fabric, there will be a small screw on each end of the slide plate that need to be removed. On the awning arms, remove the cap on the opposite end of the motor assembly to be able to open the slide out area. If you have a 2nd person to help, it will be much easier. While one person pulls the fabric out from the mounting plate on the camper, the other person should also pull from the tube section, EVENLY. Installing the new one is simple, just reverse order again and slide ends while leaving excess rubber rib in tact. Once in position, insert the screws into the plate and cut off the excess rubber rib.

RVs | Answered on Apr 16, 2019

Best to take it to a dealer/repair place to secure it correctly

RVs | Answered on Apr 16, 2019

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