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David Pratt

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    2016
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    Owner/Administrator/Moderator-Bill D's Monacoers.org
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  1. You Bet it hurts!!!! But things may change, you never know what the future may bring!
  2. I understand that many of you are wondering if we may have a 2021 Gathering. I have been trying to get some kind of commitment from Lazydays and it looks like it will not be happening for 2021 Because of COVID_19 Lazydays wil not take any reservations or do any scheduling for rally's at the present time. The Campground is being limited to only 50% of its capacity. I have been unable to get a commitment from them to schedule a Gathering for 2021, so I doubt we will be able to have one. The campground has under gone many changes because of COVID-19. They have a new manager and he has n
  3. Every time someone posts that they are going to, or want to get rid of the "NOT-SO-COLD" and convert to a residential refrigerator the discussion goes all over the board. In the sixteen years that I have been on this group, I have seen every comment, good, bad, ugly or just plain cow manure. The stories just keep getting better. When I purchased our 2005 Monaco Exec 45 CAQ we had it built with a Whirlpool Residential Refrigerator installed from the factory. The Whirlpool Refrigerator was the exact same refrigerator that you would go down to your local Sears store to purchase. Sandy likes
  4. Chuck Thatcher (TYRON USA) forwarded an email that a Member sent to him. With all the current discussion on this thread about TYRON BANDs, I felt compelled to share this information with our members. It is another Testimonial of a first hand experience with a Steer Tire Failure with the TYRON BANDs installed. The Email speaks for itself!! Dave From: Marc Franken | Frankentek <Marc@frankentek.com> Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 3:15:54 PM To: Chuck Thacther <chuck@tyron-usa.com> Subject: Motor Home Front Right Blow out - Family saved by Tyron!
  5. Jarred The control module for the TV LIft is located inside the Lift on the left side. The lift will have to be down to access it. Hopeful you have the manual. There should be a reset button on the module. I believe that TrI-Metal Corp was the manufacturer. You can try Googling them for information The part number for the lift is 62427. Maybe a member might have a manual and can help you out.
  6. Chuck Thatcher (TYRON USA) forwarded an email that a Member sent to him. With all the current discussion on this thread about TYRON BANDs, I felt compelled to share this information with our members. It is another Testimonial of a first hand experience with a Steer Tire Failure with the TYRON BANDs installed. The Email speaks for itself!! Dave From: Marc Franken | Frankentek <Marc@frankentek.com> Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2020 3:15:54 PM To: Chuck Thacther <chuck@tyron-usa.com> Subject: Motor Home Front Right Blow out - Family saved by Tyron!
  7. Neil The fuel line coming from the fuel tank to the filter should be a rubber fuel line. Take a pair of Vice Grips or ant type of clamp and use it to clamp the line to stop the fuel flow. The fuel flow is gravity and not under any pressure. Using this method should not damage the fuel line. Let us know how you make out.
  8. I would start inspecting the shock absorber bushings and the suspension bushings.
  9. OK Folks I posted the information about the Rettroband Issue to inform those members of our group that had purchased them and had them installed would have the information and take appropriate action as necessary. I did not post this information to start a DEBATE. There has been some very good incites and knowledgeable information posted and should give many an education to help in making a purchase decision in the future. TYRON BANDS have been on the market for years in the Military and First Responders in the USA, all over Europe and elsewhere in the world. The TYRON BANDS w
  10. All Members; This information below is for those members of the Group that may have purchased this Product instead of TYRON BANDS. Special Note; I have been involved with TYRON BANDS for over fifteen years and I do not know of any TYRON BAND failures from a Tire Blow Out. TYRON BANDS have performed as stated when a tire has failed. "When Poly Carbonite Meets Concrete, Poly Carbonite Loses" IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR ALL RETTROBAND OWNERS
  11. Tom In the FRB on the bottom left side are four circuit boards that are grouped together that all look the same.The boards are numbered left to right. The top two boards are left board is 14 and the board to the right is 12. The bottom two boards are left board is 15 and the board to the right is 13. On the bottom of board 13 on the lower right side there is a 10 or 12 Gauge white wire with a push on blade connector that is plugged into the bottom of the board and just above it is the fuse for the HWH Leveling system. That white wire is the power B+ lead that powers up the HWH comp
  12. Yes, you are correct depending on Coach, Engine, Year and Model, but Once and if you have do the reset the Cruise Control works, it just doesn't have the VORAD functions. That is why Owners Manuals are a great thing if they ever get read.
  13. The VORAD system is an Accessory to the Cruise Control and has its own ECM and interfaces with the cruise control to perform its functions. If the VORAD were to fail it will not stop the cruise control from operating, you just lose the VORAD functions. The CC will still operate as a normal CC holding and maintaining the selected speed.
  14. The following is the sequences that must happen for the engine to idle up with the cruise control. 1 . Start engine 2. Check to make sure that the park brake is set and the transmission is in neutral. 3. Turn the Cruise Control ON and push the resume button. The engine should idle up to about 1000RPM. If the above procedure fails then your ECM is not seeing that the Park Brake is engaged or the transmission is in neutral.. The only Brake Switches involved are the Park Brake Switch, Brake pedal brake light switch (NO)and the Brake pedal cruise control disconnect switch
  15. When you start the engine an engage the cruise control and then hit resume button does the engine idle up? The only switch that shows up in the wiring diagram is the brake light switch. Both switches are side by side on the firewall in front of the brake pedal. The switch on the park brake is located on the park brake in the console.
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