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Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Oct 02, 2018

washer motors are in the bottom of the reservoir

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Sep 30, 2018

if small panel in shower take off faucet behind if no check behind in closet or wall

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Sep 01, 2018

if underbelly peel back under fresh tank if no look under at fresh tank possible line to pump or hard plastic elbows

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Sep 01, 2018

is suburban check lower left outside access for switch if ok or no switch bad electric heater element or high limit tripped

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Aug 04, 2018

12 volts hot to red black to ground hot all the time

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Jun 01, 2018

We dare not present with you at your location, so we can only guess, but here are some thoughts.
1) You may have a bad battery. Have it checked.
2) You may have a current draw, like for some item that uses electricity all the time.
For example, an electric clock, a TV set, a burglar alarm, a smoke/carbon-monoxide alarm.
3) You may choose to install a manual "shut -off" switch in your system that will shut off all electricity when you are not using the RV.
God bless your efforts.

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on May 11, 2018

AC may be the 3rd belt. 1 belt may be water pump & power steering, the other belt may be water pump & alternator. Water pump usually has 2 belts for redundancy , that is if one belt breake , the other belt will still turn the water pump. All 3 belts must go on the bottom pulley (crankshaft)

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Mar 06, 2018

Good luck on finding any piping information, even from the MFR for that. Your best bet is to remove the access panels where the fresh water inlet connects to the camper and distributes throughout the unit. Typically, the connection will be near the hot water heater then once inside, there will be a "T" connection where the water will split off to the Hot Water Heater. After that, you should see the water go back towards the wall to go through a bypass valve, which is the lever used to bypass the tank fill or direct the water into the tank fill. This is where is can get difficult to find. Many 5th wheels will have the fill line go into and behind panels that are not easily accessible or they get directed under the camper where you will have to remove belly skin panels to be able to trace.

At each one of these areas where there is a connection or corners, have someone outside turn water on/off to prevent excessive water spillage and keep any water from getting inside your unit to get soaked into wood and carpeting.

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Feb 20, 2018

A lot of the newer coaches and travel trailer are like that. The best thing to do is use a mirror and a light to look back or up in there. You will see a lever or sometimes a lanyard connected to a lever. Just remember, they had to get it in so there is a way to get it out. Just take your time so you do not do any damage to the wall mount bracket or your TV.

Justa hint, if the only mirrors available are for the ladies to beautify daily, consider spending a couple bucks at a local automotive store and ask specifically for an Inspection Mirror. They are about 1.5"x3" and have an extendable handle. A small price to pay for years of practical use.

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Feb 17, 2018

make sure step switch is on if ok see if magnets on door ok and wire ok under see if power to orange and yellow wire or ground might be bad

Holiday Rambler... | Answered on Feb 05, 2018

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