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    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Year
    2020
  • Make
    Oliver
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    Legacy Elite
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    Standard Floor Plan
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    664

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  1. That is the exact same site that was assigned to us for our first couple of nights after initial pickup. We called and extended our stay another night just in case we needed to follow-up with Oliver on any issues that might arise. Excellent spot and easy access to bathrooms. Enjoy the stay.
  2. Bill, Welcome to the family of Ollie E1 owners. It just seems like yesterday we picked up our Elite I Hull #664 on September 14. We also live in Texas and have really enjoyed exploring the State Parks over the past few months. Wishing you safe travels to wherever your journey takes you. Mark
  3. As others have already stated, the most likely cause is that the refrigerator has come unplugged and needs to be plugged back in. It happened twice on our Elite I during the first few months of ownership and at first I was baffled by the 10 error code. I was able to come across a post someone had submitted awhile back that described the location of the plug. Once plugged back in it works as designed. Jason recommended we use a zip-tie to secure once we had it plugged back in. We have not had another problem with the refrigerator since.
  4. As others have already stated, the most likely cause is that the refrigerator has come unplugged and needs to be plugged back in. It happened twice on our Elite I during the first few months of ownership and at first I was baffled by the 10 error code. I was able to come across a post someone had submitted awhile back that described the location of the plug. Once plugged back in it works as designed. Jason recommended we use a zip-tie to secure once we had it plugged back in. We have not had another problem with the refrigerator since. As for your outside door cable breaking lo
  5. We are booked for Site #E28. We will be arriving on 5/13 and heading out on 5/15. We will only be there a couple of nights but we are looking forward to meeting the other Ollie owners.
  6. mjrendon, The smaller Elite 1 trailer also has a 12v port located in the attic. Post this install, we now have two open 12v ports (1 under cabinet, 1 attic) and 2 dual usb ports. Perhaps we will need the 12v ports for other uses we just haven't come across yet. For now, wife and I are both happy we can now charge our phones/watches at the same time without the need of an adapter.
  7. Oliver Owners, It was mentioned to us when picking up our Oliver that we might want to consider purchasing a portable water softener for use with the trailer. We arrived on pickup day with a water filter but never considered the need for a water softener before. Not sure if others on this forum have had issues with hard water but our orientation rep indicated that they had several trailers in the shop for decalcification while we were there. Upon returning home I purchased an inexpensive kit to measure the hardness of our water here at home and was surprised to find we were on the
  8. The Legacy Elite I trailer has two interior 12v ports and one dual USB port located under the cabinets just before you get to the bed. We replaced one of the 12V ports to a dual USB port after we discovered our USB adaptor for the 12V port pulls out easily. I would frequently end up with my phone not charged the next morning.🙁 Perhaps it was just my adapter as the 12v ports have a twist-lock feature that is supposed to reduce this from happening. Can't ever think of a reason we would ever need the 12v port anyway and this allows my wife and I to charge our phones and apple watches (4 USB p
  9. Even with the new 6' cable, the cable is stretched out pretty much as well but it has not been a problem when traveling.
  10. Overland, The original cable was just a straight cable about 4' in length (not sure as I threw it away). We could only clip it on one of the trailer chains (not a good option) until we could replace it with the longer cable. I decided to go with the "coiled" style to eliminate any slack caused when turning left. The bright red color ended up being an additional benefit in that it is easy to see and acts as an additional reminder when hooking up the trailer.
  11. Not sure if others came across the same problem but when we went to pickup our trailer with our F150, the original trailer breakaway cable was not long enough to connect to the hitch on the truck as required. We have since replaced the original standard cable with a longer "coiled" cable that allows for the cable to reach the hitch connection point on the truck and eliminated any slack in the cable while towing. Below is a link to what we purchased and installed on the trailer and have been very happy with it. Fastway Zip 6 Foot Breakaway Cable 80-01-2160 To repl
  12. JRK, I just saw this after responding to your private message. Please see my response there and let me know if you have any additional questions.
  13. In response to Mainiac's question above: That would be a cool idea. Might get confused with the Joker in Batman tho. 🤣
  14. I must say Oliver (Jason and the Service Team) has been great and have asked if I would want to repair on my own or take it to a shop. I have chosen to do the repairs myself as the overall issues have been mechanically easy to fix, once the parts arrive, and having my trailer sit at a shop that is backed-up is not ideal. It would have taken me longer to drive to a potential shop than it took me to replace the window frame and doing it myself ensures it meets my expectations while educating myself on the inner workings of the trailer. The door window frame problem took a little longer to
  15. Just a quick note to let everyone know that our new door window frame came in today. Happy to report that it was easy to replace and is now as good as new. Please note that you have to have special plastic "keys" to get the old frame to release and install the new one. Oliver had the "keys" sent with the new frame so I could replace without having to take the trailer anywhere for repair. After removing the old frame it was clear that the initial install at the door factory did not have the frames lined up correctly when pressing together, thereby breaking a few of the clips.
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