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Get a tap for the same size threads (probably 3/4 pipe) and run it into the fitting a couple of turns. Don't go all the way - a few turns should remove any burrs that are preventing you from starting the plug. Get professional help if you don't think you want to handle this.

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notify manufacturer or an rv dealer

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With Ing. key on do you have 12 V at the + side of the coil. - connects to the distributor. Check the ceramic ballast resistor on the fire wall should have 12 V on both sides with the key on.

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best option if its an old toilet, get a repl, typically 150 on up . if not too old its needs a new ball seal or water valve is leaking, and theres also a seal at floor that could be leaking....

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look for a removable access panel, typically near water in line on ext of unit

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Will it go back out? Check for something obstructing or possibly a wire getting pinched in the mechanism.

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furnaces work off of propane and the fan motor runs on 12 volts if ac unit on roof has a heat strip or can add on some units that would be electric

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No, not at all the blinkers are controlled by the tow vehicle. You my want to check bulbs and trailer and tow vehicle wiring....good luck

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Use a multimeter to check the input AC voltage (110-125VAC), the fuse(s) for the DC out and the voltage (12-13.8VDC). Have the batteries disconnected when doing this and check the battery voltage(s).

If your batteries have low voltage and the output is into correct range, you may have dead cells. This has been my findings on many units, which means battery replacement. Make sure your get a MARINE DEEP CELL or DEEP CYCLE battery, not a regular car battery. Clean out replace the battery terminals well when installing new ones and use the battery terminals grease that it should come with liberally for future corrosion protection.

If your input voltage does not match the voltage coming from the shore power connection, check the continuity of your power cable.

If your input voltage is in the proper range but the output voltage is not, your inverter may be faulty and in need of repair or replacement.

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I had to remove the motor. Removing the motor should make pushing the slide in easier

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The cable hook up is almost always in a driver's side compartment, mine is in the compartment with the shore cord, not the water hook up. Remember that if you have an antenna booster it must be turned off or it will interfere with the cable signal.

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Request the manual directly from Holiday Rambler.

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Most gas operated refrigerators have difficulty above 5000 ft altitude, especially if it is cold. Have you tried adjusting the flame?
I generally switch to electricity when it is available.

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If you have low batteries (<11.8VDC) the system will not function properly are all. You will first have to make sure the battery or batteries are fully charged before you can go further. Recommend a trickle charger or, if you want to do it with jumper cables, remove the batteries from the coach for safety. If they are not holding charges well, take to an auto parts store to get checked. They can charge properly if all the cells are good; if not, replace.

Once voltage is corrected, turn the LCI system back on. Once it has booted up, you should be able to press and hold the MANUAL button for 3-5 seconds until the LED light indicator light up.

If the problem still persists, you will need to check each of the sensors wiring for visual damages or breaks. This would typically happen at the jacks or near the hydraulic station itself. Sometimes people will store items in the area and they move around. Also, if you have done any work out had work done in the camper, go over any areas to make sure wiring was not damaged. Unfortunately, i have done this accidentally to my own unit so I speak from experience. ??

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Contact manufacturer

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