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    Bradley
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    Monaco
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    2004
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    Dryden, New York

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    49 South Street, Dryden, New York, 13053
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    03/11/1951

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  1. OK Folks, the noise was somehow coming from my dead Kenwood radio, GPS and disk player. I removed the radio head and the amp for it and now silence is golden. Thanks for your suggestions.
  2. The noise is in the ceiling speakers closest to the front. These are the speakers for the Kenwood Dah radio which is dead.
  3. Yesterday I was in my coach and discovered that two ceiling speakers are putting out a form of noise similar to a radio that is between stations (white noise). If I turn on the Aladdin the noise is reduced about in half. Same noise if the engine is off or running. All radios are off. Vehicle is in storage in a large garage at my residence. The noise is the same with shore power connected or not. Even more strange is that I went into the coach late last night and could hear faintly a radio station. Repair history is that recently the coach was in the truck garage for a replacement of a defectiv
  4. Yes, those are the locations of the rod ends that you can adjust. Also, I just adjusted my door. The inside of the door is covered with a heavy vinyl fabric which is glued to and covering a heavy plastic door skin. I was able to pull this fabric loose and then drill a 2 1/2 inch hole just below the bottom latch to adjust the lock release. The top one can be accessed by removing half of the window molding and then finessing the door skin back. My top release was more than 1/4 inch out of adjustment. This was completed without any sign of the access hole because I just re-glued the fabric and re
  5. Contact Paul Whittle. He is great on figuring out the problems with your toilet. BPP
  6. Paul, I am having a problem with my Sealand Magnus Opus toilet. AT the Gathering last winter I spoke with you about the contraol board that you are manufacturing. Well, prophesy come true. My toilet is not stuck with the ball open and will not flush. There are three lights on the board and one flashing. Does this mean the board is deflective or is there another problem? Brad Perkins
  7. I drilled mine straight through and used stainless stove bolts washers and nuts. Works very well .
  8. Remove the strainers from the faucet clean and reinstall
  9. I have repaired mine twice now. The cable broke each time. It is silver soldered to the stainless. It is a challenge to get it just right but can be done. Lubrication is, as you all say, very necessary. I used assembly lube on the one that I soldered and will use oil on the other one simply because I can pour it in from the top. New assemblies are available (or they were a year ago when I checked) for about $1500 each. ouch! I think one would want to be sure the oil doesn't drip inside the coach when the slide is in. The system is not perfect as I can still hear some wind noise when driving. J
  10. NAPA has similar rivets. That is where I got mine.
  11. Another member just paid $970 shipped in from England. 5 or 6 days delivery. I'm thinking the limies also sell a rebuild kit. Perhaps I get a new motor and rebuild my old one as a spare?
  12. I have my radiator and other cooling units out for service. Thinking that I will repair, clean and restore all before they fail on a trip. Question is this, Should I replace my Hydraulic fan drive motor at this time as a proactive effort? It is not leaking and works as it should. Coach is a 2004 Signature with Detroit Series 60. 85K miles. We are replacing all hydraulic hoses, cooling hoses and pipes and a two year old exhaust system that is rusted through. ugh. It is a Saur Danfoss that was built in January 2004 according to its tag.
  13. I thought mine was missing and eventually discovered it was all the way back in the wall where the table recesses into the wall. Quite by accident when pulling out the table it appeared. I suggest you pull the table out as far as you can and look with a lite yo see if it is there
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