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Technical Support / Re: Thermostat error
« Last post by Fred Brooks on Today at 04:08:12 AM »
   Dale, did you have a 5 button thermostat? If you replaced the bedroom thermostat tell me the model you replaced it with. Fred
Technical Support / Re: Thermostat error
« Last post by Bill Lampkin on Today at 03:20:32 AM »
try resetting the thermostat:

If your thermostat gives the "EE" error code, use the following instructions to reset the thermostat.


1.) Turn the ON/OFF switch to “OFF” position.
2.) Simultaneously depress and hold the MODE and ZONE push-buttons while turning the ON/OFF switch to “ON”. FF should appear in the LCD display until the MODE and ZONE push-buttons are released. If EE appears when the buttons released, do the reset again. If EE keeps coming back there is a communication problem with the cable.
3.) When a dip switch is turned on or off after initial configuration, a system reset will need to be done before the Comfort Control Center will recognize the updated selection. Any time a component is added or removed it would be best to do a reset. There are no repairs to be done to the Comfort Control thermostat.

Technical Support / Thermostat error
« Last post by Dale Malquist on Today at 12:25:22 AM »
Our 2007 Contessa has three rooftop air conditioner/heat pumps. The center and rear are controlled by the thermostat in the bedroom. Zone 2 center is working on heat pump. Zone 3 rear heat pump is not coming on. The furnace setting works. I replaced the thermostat and it displays a EE. Other forums suggest communication cable or corrosion problem.
General Discussion / Re: Tire chain recommendations?
« Last post by Mike Shumack on October 14, 2019, 10:56:10 AM »
Maybe Spikes-Spider would be worth having as they look to be much easier to install than chains.

If they make them in 22.5 wheel size (they show a listing for wheel size 22 and 23 but the pics don't look like our tires). I only heard of these because they were mentioned in the CA info link above.
Technical Support / Re: Fuel Gauge Reacts to Top Off
« Last post by Gerald Farris on October 14, 2019, 02:40:10 AM »
I will put in my 2 cents worth here. I do not think that diesel algae is the problem with your fuel gauge because the microbe growth that is called diesel algae (it is not really algae since it grows in total darkness and algae requires light) grows in the layer where the water in the bottom of the tank contacts the diesel fuel. This microbe growth will clog fuel filters, and the full tank storage method is the best way to prevent water in your tank therefore preventing the microbe growth.

The problem with your fuel sending unit is either poor continuity between the contact that rides on the resistor strip and the resistor strip, or a bad resistor strip. The vast majority of the time this problem requires replacing the fuel sending unit.

Motorhomes and Tow Cars / Re: For Sale 2002 Beaver Marquis Emerald
« Last post by Frank Bergamo on October 14, 2019, 02:32:01 AM »
Price is now $85,000.00. Thanks.
General Discussion / Re: Tire chain recommendations?
« Last post by Harry Kew on October 14, 2019, 12:07:02 AM »
Tire socks maybe an option 
General Discussion / Re: Tire chain recommendations?
« Last post by Jerry Carr on October 13, 2019, 10:01:09 PM »
For many year I have always carried chains in the rig with no intention to ever use them, the law tells us we have to carry not use. IMHO
General Discussion / Re: Tire chain recommendations?
« Last post by Bill Lampkin on October 13, 2019, 10:00:13 PM »
General Discussion / Re: Tire chain recommendations?
« Last post by Lee Welbanks on October 13, 2019, 09:17:15 PM »
I ran Ca for years, chain up take'em off, chain up take'em off. Go out a get the cheapest set of single drive axle cable chains you can find and carry them just to show the boys at the chain control stop. A friend of mine got wrote up for not having a set for his semi flatbed and there wasn't even any snow anywhere.
Best advise is to always check the Cal Trans road condition site and don't go if they are talking snow.
On I-5, I-80 and I-15 if two snow flakes hit the pavement they will throw up the chain signs. Reason is the idiots can't drive in snow or ice and don't understand that you can't go 80 mph on snow.
And you only required to chain up the outside drive axle tires.
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