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HarleyR

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    Harley
  • Make
    Beaver
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    Contessa Pacifica
  • Year
    2007
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    Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada

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    73 Bardin Crescent, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1E1N2, Canada
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    9023943979
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    07/02/1957
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  1. Rubber valve stems with a half-ounce TPMS sensor should be no problem. I've been using the RVI system on my Ford Flex for years.
  2. I'm in the process of replacing my 2007 Sony Bravia 32" TV with a 40" Hisense Smart LED. The height is similar, and I have sufficient width between overhead cabinet doors for a nice overhead installation.. I had bought a 58" Hisense for my house last year and have had good results with picture quality and reliability. When we bought the coach, the previous owner gave us the 3-page tutorial on how to use the satellite dish, DVD player and surround sound. We haven't turned on the TV in 2 years. Netflix and Youtube are our go-to's for entertainment at home. A good data plan and setting resolution at 720 will serve us well on rainy days.
  3. I had my dash A/C recharged last season after my compressor seized and shredded the serpentine belt. All of the recharge fittings are below the windshield in the generator bay on my 2007 Beaver Contessa. Easily accessible.
  4. It sounds like a short in one of the rear lamp sockets may me the culprit. Test one, then the other. Possibly a bad socket or a bare wire short circuit behind the socket.
  5. Just fill your tank and run water through all taps and appliances. Also ensure any water heater bypass is off so you can fill the water heater tank. Throw out the first two fills from your icemaker. You're ready for the season. Happy camping.
  6. They all come with a dump valve. Some are mechanical, some are electric. All use gravity to drain. And unfortunately, every model is unique. If the manual is not available, or simply no help, try to follow the plumbing lines, starting at the tank.
  7. I have fried my 30/50 dogbone trying to use both A/C's on a 30 amp service. The A/C units have a sharp high-amperage draw when the compressor starts up. As I understand it, the soft start device softens the spike in current draw at start-up. Might well be worth the investment!
  8. My acrylic handle is illuminated by a single led bulb in a reflector inside the chrome trim cap at the bottom end. Perhaps it's something you could retrofit if the factory didn't install one.
  9. Great info, Dennis. Brings me back to my boating days before upgrading to a land yacht. Had a few sh*tty stories, mainly from guests treating the head like a trash can!🤬 I love being the envy of my camping group of friends. While they are setting up their stinky slinky's for a week-long stay, I put the macerator wand in the drain at the end of the stay.😁👍
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