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  Tag axle
Posted by: NeBob - 06-08-2018, 09:06 AM - Forum: Air Operated Systems and Leaks - Replies (2)

Upon returning from our latest trip I accidentally bumped the tag axle switch to the up position. I immediately heard air coming from the axle area. Now when I start the unit as soon as it has pressure built up the air discharge can be heard. This does not immediately affect the main air system. My question is the tag axle switch is a three position switch. Does the bottom position deflate the axle and the upper position inflate it? I have not been under the coach yet but will do so this weekend. My understanding is there is a pressure gauge in the curb side engine housing. If this is the appropriate gauge it is inflating to around 100lbs which seems high. 
Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.

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  Shore line light
Posted by: HoosierDaddy - 06-07-2018, 06:39 PM - Forum: Electrical - Replies (2)

I was starting to open the gauge panel up and accidentally grounded the shore line light that is on the front instrument panel. I still have 115 to coach from shoreline but the light and the voltmeters are not working. Can anybody tell me where the fuse is?

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  2003 triple slide #652
Posted by: BobALou - 06-07-2018, 04:40 PM - Forum: Coaches for Sale (Please read the info in the Category description) - No Replies

2003, 40' 6", mid-entry, triple slide, 100,500mi, king bed

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Posted by: Newbie - 06-07-2018, 08:06 AM - Forum: Coaches for Sale (Please read the info in the Category description) - Replies (3)

Does anyone have any information about coach 777?

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  washer/dryer removal
Posted by: Little - 06-06-2018, 07:16 AM - Forum: Appliances - Replies (5)

DW has decided the washer/dryer combo needs to be replaced with a full sized fridge. How does the unit attach? and any idea as to how to remove it? Neither works at the moment, but the washer still has water in it. Thanks in advance, Mark

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  thanks for being courteous and nice on the gurus forum
Posted by: encantotom - 06-05-2018, 10:35 PM - Forum: General - Replies (5)

i just got a new to us car with 3800 miles on it and i joined a forum dedicated to my new car.  i have made a few hands full of questions and comments and i have to say it has given me an appreciation for all of you.  some of the folks on that forum are snippy, nit picky and eager to point out faults in most anything i comment or question.  

since i started our forum 6 years ago, we still have a kind, courteous and generous group of folks all willing to help out both newbies and experienced folks.  

thanks again


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Posted by: rocksnap - 06-04-2018, 01:42 PM - Forum: Howdy and Welcome to Newell Gurus - Replies (2)

Wife and I are doing our homework for a multi-year RV lifestyle.  Selling most everything, house/contents, cars etc.  I'll be combing this, and other sites, to explore how things work, where to go, what kind of RV to buy (towable, 5th wheel, class A).  Our timeframe to take the plunge is late winter/spring 2019.  Planning to chase the seasons across the country and Canada.  Looking forward to this!

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  Anybody At Newell This Week (June 4-7th)
Posted by: rcantrell52 - 06-04-2018, 06:46 AM - Forum: General - Replies (1)

Anybody at Newell this week?


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  Help me with your experience camping in your rig.
Posted by: TexasBob - 06-03-2018, 08:13 AM - Forum: General - Replies (4)

A little background on our family.  We're from Texas.  Grew up in tents, pop-ups, and trailers.  My wife hauled our kids all over the lower 48 pulling a variety of different very long trailers.  I was the lucky one and mostly flew in and out through the summers to catch the highlights of various areas.  We've hit all but two of the National Parks in the lower 48, and just loved the trout fishing, campfires, hiking, and being outdoors.  Although we've enjoyed all of our historic cities, we mostly prefer the parks.  Now for our dilemma...

We've vacillated back and forth about purchasing a coach.  We're heading to Miami to sit with Glenn to teach Carol about driving one, and make sure she's comfortable.  However, are there enough "camping" areas that we can actually enjoy in a 45' coach?  Although we appreciate some of the nicer places we've stayed, we're concerned about being limited to most of the places where you get a picnic table, a tree, and a concrete pad.

We're debating purchasing a pickup bed camper and tow a 4WD 1 ton for some day or two getaways.  So help us out here.  Given our love of hiking, kayaking, fishing, and campfires by the water, are we wiser to just get something that's smaller?

My bet is, we are not alone in this, and some of you here have figured out how to have both.  Enlighten us with how we do that!


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  #225 1990 For Sale
Posted by: Fulltiming - 06-02-2018, 01:34 AM - Forum: Coaches for Sale (Please read the info in the Category description) - Replies (4)

98k miles on odometer but not original miles. Ferrari red, owned by Ferrari/Risi Racing. Lounge in lieu of bedroom.



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