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  1. You better get that clarification from Oliver and Life Blue. My interpretation based on the warranties online there is no warranty. The limited parts warranty covers this RV for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase by the original retail purchaser. The limited warranty covers manufacturer's defects in material and workmanship on parts manufactured and installed by Oliver. 6. This Limited Warranty does not cover batteries sold by LiFeBlue or any authorized distributor or dealer to an Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM). Please contact the OEM directly for warranty claims.
  2. It’s all about more storage.
  3. I don’t see how anyone could recover the cost of the lithium batteries. They will reduce the dry weight by 140 lbs and increase stored energy by 33% eliminating management for those camping between the spring and fall equinox Expanding the camping season ( the shorter days, less direct light and increased furnace use) make the lithium batteries more attractive.
  4. If all you want to do is charge batteries.....https://www.centurytool.net/Plug_In_Cable_Kits_s/16302.htm
  5. So the 2021 F150 option for an onboard 2000 watt generator has me thinking. a. Why did if take a manufacturer so long? b. Does anyone really want a 2000 watt generator with a >200 cu in engine? c. Wagers this is a >$1400 option?
  6. Dometic 310 Floor flange spec: “3 in ./76 mm ID, 1/4-7/16 in . (6-11 mm) thick” ( which is the average thickness of a toilet floor flange). So you are probably correct. Note the flange shown is not the correct size and shown for flange thickness example. The Oatey 43508 flange is .45” at the 7/16 limit.
  7. The end of this video shows separating an ABS flange.
  8. “IF” the Oliver folks advise the flange can be removed without too much grief, I d opt to replace with a Sioux Chief flange. There are websites suggesting the RV flanges removal is not difficult. RV Toilet Flange Glued to Pipe Depending on your RV model you may run into a toilet flange that is glued or cemented into place. You do not have to worry because breaking that seal is not that hard to do. All you will need is a good chisel and a solid hammer. Just place the chisel between the flange and where it is glued to and give the chisel a good firm tap. The seal should break without causing any damage.
  9. Possibly sealed with waterproof marine sealant or silicon vs solvent welded. https://www.oatey.com/products/oatey-level-fit-closet-flange-plastic-ring--1609630392
  10. That’s an Oatley 43508 flange available from numerous sources - no threads. The tag ids the part. https://www.amazon.com/Oatey-43508-Flange-3-Inch-Black/dp/B005053KSY
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