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Oliver Newsletter July 2018

Issue 07 Volume 3 July 2018
Featured Content
Who will win? You decide! You can vote in as many categories as you like, but you can only vote once.

Voting begins June 4, 2018, and ends September 4, 2018.

Oliver is found under the "Travel Trailers" section of the survey - 5th section down from the top.

Thank you all for your consideration! Use the button below to vote.                
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Welcome to the Family
Ross, Alison, Annika & Phoebe
Paul and Rachel F. With dogs Spitfire and Boudicca
Frank & Lori S.
Mike, Rane & Aaron N.
Marco, Hattie & Cubby H.
Ken B. and Tom S.
Paul W. with friend Garland
Ed & Rita M.
Oliver Owner  Anniversaries
Stephen M.
Aubrey L.
Charles M.
Bill & Terry L.
Michael & Karen H.
Dennis M.
Kerry J.
Neoma W.
Karen B.
David D.
Bradley C.
Claude C.
Robert G.
Claire & Kathy R. Jonathan A..
How to backup a trailer like a pro can be a tricky business.

Since it isn’t exactly attached to the vehicle it can be really hard to manage while turning.

In this article you will find the steps and basic tips and tricks to backup your trailer if you are a beginner.

Here are a few steps to follow that will make you a backup like a pro.
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Flag Pole Oliver
By: rideadeuce , Hull No. 263
Used the Flag pole setup this past weekend and it worked great! Got it here: http://www.flagpolebuddy.com
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Progressive Industries 
Surge Protection  
The integrated “Electrical Management System (EMS) helps to protect your RV against voltage fluctuations, power surges and incorrectly wired shore power which can cause severe and costly damage to RV appliances and electronics” (ProgressiveIndustries.com).

The EMS Surge Protection system is a great tool to help protect your investment. With that being said it can also be quite frustrating when it stops power from coming inside the unit and you’re A/C doesn’t come on to cool off the camper. Don’t get too alarmed just yet as this is what it is designed to do when it senses an issue at the shore power in the campground. There are several reasons why the surge protector stops the power but all of the reasons are protecting your camper from possible damage. When this does occur, we want to take a look at the surge protector display. This is typically mounted in 2017 and prior models under the street side bed compartment. You will simply lift the access panel located under the bed and you should see the display mounted on the wheel well. On 2018 models this display has been moved to the rear cabinet on the interior wall next to your fuse panel. Below we will review each error code and what it means.

•Display is blank – This means there is no power getting to the surge protector itself. It could be that there is no power at the pole or the display is not connected to the main control box.

•E0 – Normal Operating Condition. This is what you should see if everything is working properly. It will also scroll through other information to display volts, hertz, etc…

•E1 – Reverse Polarity – This is a common issue at many campgrounds where the Hot and Neutral wires are reversed. Without a surge protector you would still get power and never know that there was an issue but reverse polarity can have negative effects on sensitive electronics.

•E2 – Open Ground – This is common when connecting to a generator as it is not grounded. The only resolution to get power into the camper is to use a Neutral Ground Plug in the generator or switch the surge protector into bypass mode. – *Please see note below on switching into bypass mode.

•E3 – Line 1 High Voltage – This occurs if the voltage jumps above 132v. This will cause the system to work intermittently and can be very frustrating as it might cause you’re A/C and Microwave to kick on and off erratically.

•E4 – Line 1 Low Voltage – This occurs when the voltage drops below 104v. This will have the same effect as the E3 error code.

•E5 & E6 codes are reserved for the HW50C models only and should not display with the model equipped in the Oliver camper.

•E7 – Line Frequency High (Above 69 cycles) – this is a measure of how clean the power being supplied is. The normal reading should be 60Hz. This is where the term Pure Sine Wave comes into play as it needs to produce clean energy or a rhythm.

•E8 – Line Frequency Low (Below 51 cycles) – Same as above

•E9 – Data Link Down (Call Progressive Industries Tech Support 919-264-6964)

•E10 – Replace Surge Protector Module (Call Progressive Industries Tech Support)

*Switching the surge protector into bypass mode is not recommended unless you are certain that the power supply you are connected to is a good power source. A generator must be pure sine wave to ensure that it is producing clean signal to the camper. If you do choose to bypass the surge protector, it does still disable the surge protection portion of the EMS; however all other features are disabled.

Progressive Industries Tech Support: 919-264-6964
Oliver Travel Trailers Service: 866-205-2621
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Music City Walk of Fame
The Music City Walk of Fame on Nashville's Music Mile is a landmark tribute to those from all genres of music who have contributed to the world through song or other industry collaboration and made a significant contribution to the music industry with connection to Music City.

This is the Music City Walk of Fame. It's always open and everyone's invited to come to the free induction ceremonies. It's a uniquely Nashville experience. Don't miss it.
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Trip Planning:
Hiking Shenandoah
Just 75 miles from the bustle of Washington, D.C., Shenandoah National Park is your escape to recreation and re-creation. Cascading waterfalls, spectacular vistas, quiet wooded hollows—take a hike, meander along Skyline Drive, or picnic with the family. 200,000 acres of protected lands are haven to deer, songbirds, the night sky…and you. Plan a Shenandoah escape today!

Nature's Calling!
Plan Visit
Breakfast Foil Packs
Because even in nature you still gotta brunch.

Total : 20 min

Prep : 10 min

Cook : 10 min

Yield : 4 servings

Level : Easy
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Monthly Trivia
Last Month's Trivia :
In what year was the first public Fourth of July event at the White House?

Answer :

This Month's Trivia :
In 1781,  what state became the first one to declare Independence Day a holiday?
In Closing
On behalf of Oliver Team and Family we'd like to thank you for your interest in Oliver Travel Trailers.

We look forward to helping you learn more about the Oliver difference.

Feel free ask us any questions you may have at this time or if you would like more information please give us a call at
1-888-526-3978 .

Until next month,
Jason K. Walmsley, Newsletter Editor

We encourage you to research further and I can promise you, you will like what you see in an Oliver Travel Trailer. Visit our website at olivertraveltrailers.com to see more and schedule a plant tour or field visit. Happy Trails from Hohenwald, TN, USA!
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