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    Richard
  • Make
    Monaco
  • Model
    Windsor
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    2002

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  1. Joe, You are lucky in that your 02 Windsor chassis is the RM8H and not the RR8S. Plus it is also called the S- Series Chassis which is the Semi-Monocoque Chassis that is described here - https://docplayer.net/22482555-Roadmaster-s-series-semi-monocoque-chassis.html The RM8H simply stands for Roadmaster 8 Bag (H-??) Don't know what the H stands for though. The RR8S Chassis is a Raised Rail 8 bag with a side Radiator. Whereas the RR8R is the Raised Rail 8 Bag Rear Radiator. Hope this helps!
  2. Dennis, I can understand your reasoning with the Electric Assist Aqua-Hot switch (which mine is a simple small Carling switch with no light) whereas the Aqua-Hot diesel switch light is important as it signals whether the Webasto has faulted or is working.
  3. The FS 1242 is not the original one that came from the factory on that engine. Someone has replaced it with the FS 1242 generic water/separator filter which is a 20 micron no bowl filter versus the Racor S3201P 30 micron filter with a clear bottom bowl. The FS 1242 will work fine however I still like the clear bowl so I can visually see if there is any crap being collected in the primary filter.
  4. I have gotten under the coach on rare occasions and each time which is NOT often there hasn't been ANY moisture in the tanks when I open the drain valve. I guess I have an exceptionally efficient Air Dyer and maintenance schedule.
  5. I do a significant amount of R&R plus custom upgrades on my coach but if it requires me to get under the coach I leave it to the experts who are equipped to handle the job. I am pleased of my recent HWH 6-Pack repair which I had done at Josam's in Orlando. I had been plagued for years with the ass end leaking down plus the raise function would not work in the rear. They found one valve leaking plus the wiring harness was hooked up to some of the valves and check valves incorrectly. They didn't have all of the o-rings in stock but they did have one complete valve so I had them replace
  6. Andy, My ISC-350 uses those exact same filters for the primary (Racor S3201P) and secondary (FS1022). I now purchase my own fuel filters because the Racor S3201P was so hard to find. Luckily the shop I have my engine service done at allows me to bring all of my own filters. In the past I was using Speedco for service and they NEVER had any filter for the primary plus I always watched to make sure that they never disposed of my plastic bowl. It is quite yellow now so maybe I will invest in a new one now that I have a part number.
  7. I have only one Carling switch which stays lit ALL the time when on, that is my Aqua-Hot Diesel Switch. All of the other Carling switches are located on the main forward drivers console, center console, passenger console or the drivers side console. Those only light up when I have the headlight switch turned on and/or the ignition switch on. Since I seldom drive at night requiring the headlights to be on the bulbs in those switches are still working after 20 years. I was switching out the Aqua-Hot switch often until I finally bit the bullet and removed the small blown incandescent bulb an
  8. "All of the lights in the overhead cabinets and the ceiling are working fine." These are all 12 VDC power lights - not 120 VAC where you are having the problem. It is most likely tripped GFI's that need to be reset.
  9. I have one in the generator for the tow truck driver which is dried air from the tow truck and the other is in the drivers side fuel LPG tank bay which is used to air up tires, etc. Both use engine compressor - air drier air.
  10. Any air line that came with the coach goes through the air drier before going any place else. The specific one in the generator compartment is used by tow truck drivers to air up the brake system and release the park brakes for towing.
  11. My red button is under the front dash just above the fuel treadle to the right.
  12. Walter, My Essex Key-less Entry has only one RED button for programming a personal code into the keypad. The FOB is authorized by unplugging the receiver box. Then plug the receiver box back in and within 3 seconds press and hold the lock button of the FOB. There is no additional red button for programming the FOB.
  13. A lawyer and a senior citizen are sitting next to each other on a long flight. The lawyer is thinking that seniors are so dumb that he could put one over on them easily. So, the lawyer asks if the senior would like to play a fun game. The senior is tired and just wants to take a nap, so he politely declines and tries to catch a few winks. The lawyer persists, saying that the game is a lot of fun... "I ask you a question, and if you don't know the answer, you pay me only $5.00. Then you ask me one, and if I don't know the answer, I will pay you $500.00," he says. This catches the senior's atte
  14. For anyone looking to rehab their onboard air leveling compressor, search for my thread which explains in detail plus photos. I did the rehab back in the summer of 2019 but posted it sometime afterwards.
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