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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2018
  • Model
    Legacy Elite II
  • Floor Plan
    Twin Bed Floor Plan
  • Hull #
    311

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  1. Being a turkey hunter i deal with ticks each year, spring and fall. Spraying down your clothes with permethrin is the most effective way to dealing with them. I also use light Camo coveralls uninsulated and insure that pants are tucked into boots. Also don’t forget about ginger’s“ a mite size bug that burrows under your skin. You can’t kill them by washing your clothes . They say the dryer will. And also if you do find a tick on you remove it right away and watch for signs of a bullseye rash that may appear around The site. Also see your doctor if you start feeling poorly Aches fever, etc.
  2. With the help of Jason was able to acquire a new propane and co detector, the latest models were manufactured in 2018 so you are two years behind the curve from the get go. It is my understanding that you can expect around 5 years of service, even though the paperwork that came from the unit stated 7 years. As with most RV parts qualify in manufacturing is poor. Because of that I have installed quick disconnects to our unit. I figure I will be changing it out in a few years.
  3. Ok done thanks for the help, anyone need a thermal fuse I will send. The parts are real junk, standard for the industry I guess. And if you don’t watch the condition of your gasket material you will be doing the same . Not much fun hanging from a ladder. I will advise on how my gasket material holds up. Thanks all.
  4. Ok then, thanks for your help. It seems to me with the bathroom drawing moist air one would want a watertight crimp, just saying I don’t know much about this. I am going to give it a shot see how it goes thanks for your help..............
  5. I just tried a magnet 🧲 and there was no attraction, do you guys know what size wiring , as I cannot read the writing on the wires. I never used butt splice connectors do you crimp them twice?
  6. Do you remember what type of connector was used when you replaced the thermal fuse?
  7. Anyone know where I can pick up high Temp Parallel crimps, can’t seem to locate them🤔
  8. No Two screws, and don’t lose them , as ace hardware puts them in specialized list and does not carry them, different threads.
  9. Ok, thanks I figured as much always tend to the safe side. Ordered up the fuse now . Thanks for the 9V test, I am heading in the right direction now. Still could be the switch but I don’t think 🤔 so. I have some heat shrink butt terminal s from my boating days that should work for connecting. 👍🏻
  10. Update, 9V has the motor spinning, it must be the thermal fuse, ordered from Amazon. Hopefully not switch.
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