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WandR

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WandR last won the day on December 18 2019

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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2015
  • Model
    Legacy Elite II
  • Floor Plan
    Standard Floor Plan
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    104

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  1. Thought I would follow up on this thread. Our Oliver Elite II is #104 manufactured in 2015. We have a SAFE-T-ALERT RV propane alarm under our dinette. It just began to alarm last month at approximately 5 years of age. The End of Life (EOL) signal began to beep and I reset the alarm which silences it for 3 days. After 3 days it occurred again and the the EOL light once again came on. Per the front panel the EOL will not mute after 30 days. I was able to find a replacement alarm (30-442-P) on Amazon with a manufacture date of March 17, 2020 (so they are shipping new alarms). I removed t
  2. Congratulations on the new Oliver! So glad you were able to get it for the fall camping season. I know you will really enjoy it!! We are.
  3. I wanted to share that the outside courtesy (puddle) lights that Mossey recommended. They are a perfect fit. I have attached some before and after pics. Thanks Mossey! -Walter
  4. Mossey - thank you! Looks like an exact match and not to expensive. Thanks!
  5. Great information. Does anyone know the part number or where to order a new puddle light? I have a puddle light with only 2 of the 3 LEDs working. It appears the lens has a crack in it. Not to big a deal but would like to replace. I also assume the puddle light is the same for all Olivers as mine is a 2015 Elite II. Thanks!
  6. Thanks John - this is very helpful as we enter the camping season!
  7. I appreciate Bill's suggestion I take a look at this thread on bathroom curtain rods and I wanted to follow up with our implementation. We really wanted to have the option of opening the bathroom window while still maintaining privacy. I did not want to drill into the hull and was able to find a 'command strip' option which seems to be working well. After installing the curtain rod (which is plastic but looks like metal) Rebecca made a curtain and we now have privacy! It is important to note that this is a command strip solution so it will only hold 3 lbs and the rod ends do not come off t
  8. Thanks Bill. I will definitely take a look. I welcome all the assistance and insight I can get. I appreciate it! - Walter
  9. Hi Trainman, Good one! We have the same plumbing layout as you have. ? Sure is nice when dry camping. We have a couple of extras added such as a raised bamboo shower mat and we are getting ready to put a small window curtain in so we can leave the bathroom window open while using. See you at the rally!
  10. Thanks for the warm welcome and we look forward to seeing everyone at the rally!!!
  11. Rebecca and I (Walter) are very excited to join of the Oliver family and feel fortunate to have purchased "SoGo" (Hull #104) from very caring original owners Kenny and Kay Alligood. We took our maiden voyage from VA back to TN (Knoxville Area) in June. In July we headed out to the Upper Peninsula (UP) of Michigan by way of Kentucky and Ohio. Our three and a half week trip (2,700 miles) was great and the Oliver pulled and operated like a dream. One highlight was dry camping at Twelvemile Beach at Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore on Lake Superior. We even had to use the heater in July! We
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