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Technical Support / Re: Looking for this sliding door latch
« Last post by Bill Lampkin on June 23, 2019, 07:59:57 PM »
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Technical Support / Looking for this sliding door latch
« Last post by Stan Simpson on June 23, 2019, 07:30:02 PM »
Here is a picture of the sliding door latch for our bedroom closet doors. I need to replace on of them, and can't find the manufacturer name. Click on the attachment to make the picture larger.

Does anyone have an idea where I can find this? NWRV Supply has a similar one, but not the same.

Thanks.
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Technical Support / Slide Lock for 2003 Beaver Marquis
« Last post by Doug Till on June 23, 2019, 07:29:01 PM »
My Dining/Living Room Slide Lock broke and I am trying to decide if it should be replaced, repaired or just removed. Does anyone have a spare driver’s side rear Dining/Living Room slide lock for a 2003 Beaver Marquis? I ordered a slide lock set part number 10113606 from REV Group. It’s overall height is 64.25”. My slide lock is 66” so the REV part is too short.

I have removed the slide lock. I found the spot weld on one of the studs that hold the bottom locking device failed. I think if I can get the stud spot welded, the rest of the sheet metal might be repairable. Any suggestions of a good sheet metal shop in the Phoenix area?

I noticed one post that Bill Jordan that he posted in 2017 that he removed his slide locks and did not have any problems in 3000 miles . Has anyone else removed theirs? If you have, have you seen any problems? Thanks
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Technical Support / Re: Splendide 2100 - Replacement?
« Last post by Fred Cook on June 23, 2019, 06:09:58 PM »
 Just a side note. I had to replace my washer too and I found one at Colaw RV salvage in Missouri. It is a 2017 model that was rebuilt with a six month warranty. Bought it last year for $500 and so far, so good.
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"But why would she not be able to shut down her generator?"

Because the AGS is sensing low batteries.   The batteries may or may not be low, but the AGS might continue to think so.
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Technical Support / Re: HWH Moscow Iowa
« Last post by Peter and Connie Bradish on June 23, 2019, 03:07:30 PM »
They are pretty busy especially in summer time. Ashley, the secretary, makes the appointments. Usually you should call several weeks in advance to make an appointment. The usual drill is that you arrive the day before. There are four electric slots on the side with the service bays and there are three electric slots on the "south" side around the corner from the service bays. We usually arrive around one or two pm to get an electric slot (50 amp). Your appointment will be at 7 am. They start early and the employees leave around 3:30 pm. We usually stay the second night and hold our camping slot with our car. Since they lock up the fences for the weekend there is no over weekend staying in your RV. We make our appointment for Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, that way we get 2 nights at the facility and if they didn't complete the work we can still stay another night. Be sure and say hi to Paul, the owner, he has a 1988 blue Beaver Marquis. Connie B.
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When our AGS started the generator for whatever reason, I still was always able to shut the generator down using the manual start/stop button on the dash.  Jill indicated she was unable to shut down her generator; I assume by using the same manual start/stop button.

I agree with Joel that the AGS likely started her generator which would perhaps be by design depending upon the batteries' charge status and inverter programming.  But why would she not be able to shut down her generator?
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Jill,
While Joel is probably correct in pointing at the AGS, be sure to check the voltage on your batteries to be sure the house batteries are charged. If not and the voltage drops to the AGS set point,  probably around 12V depending on what you have he set point at, it may trigger the auto start process.
Steve
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It may be more the inverter/AGS (Auto Generator Start) Control that’s askew than the genset.

If you have a Magnum inverter/charger digital control panel, there may be an AGS button on it that lets you turn it off.  Mine aggravated me (and a young BCS tech) so much when the coach was new, that I gave up trying to configure it altogether;  it’s been off ever since.

https://youtu.be/9PaGsHkIZkg

Joel
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Technical Support / Re: HWH Moscow Iowa
« Last post by Fred Cook on June 23, 2019, 02:20:41 AM »
We are on the road, heading home through Iowa around mid to late August, and would like to stop there. I would also like to know the advance reservation times. I'd just call them, but I've read dozens of posts saying they don't call back for several days.

Does anyone know the lead times?

Been there twice. Make appointment about 3-4 weeks in advance.  Leave a message and your phone number and they will get back with you usually in a couple days. If not then just keep calling until you get them. You can stay in your coach  on the factory grounds. They have electric hook ups for your coach but no water or sewer. They provided a great service.
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