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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same trailer and had the same problem. The trailer has a button that shuts off all power when the swing down stove and sink are folded down (this prevents anything from turning on when the trailer is folded down). The button is red and one of the wires came off the terminal.Once I hooked the wire back up everything worked fine.The button and is visible as soon as you fold down the sink and stove. The funny thing is that there is no mention of it in any of the literature that comes with the trailer
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
Ha, right in my wheel house! Correct there are two sets of rollers on each side of the bed slide out. The second roller (one closest to the interior of the trailer) stops at about midpoint on the roller. There typically is a small square piece of metal that is pop riveted to the inside of the track, located about where the middle of the bed is. You should see that the aluminum frame work for the bed slide out rivets together at the center of the bed, this is your working area. I would suggest removing all of the screws on the underside of the slide. You will also need to drill out the rivets on the center support and where the two parts of the bed framework meet. Pull the outer portion of the slide frame out and that should reveal your problem area. You will need to re rivet this stopping piece so the slide out will stop. If this piece is missing, you can fabricate a small square piece to replace it. If you have any other questions about tent trailers, let me know. I have stripped them down to the frame and gutted them only to rebuild them. Hope this helps. D
Posted on May 25, 2010
the instructions are useless anyway. you put the red poles through the 2 side bedrooms. the black rods and the black poles with the bends in join together and go diagonally through the middle of the tent. the yellow rods join together with the black poles with the yellow tape round the ends and u fit these from the inside of the front and back entrance then when the tent is up you just hook the bedrooms in. hope this was usefull
Posted on Oct 23, 2010
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