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    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
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    Oliver
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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan
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  1. We will be accompanied by "Willis" a CAT. he has his papers, as do we, and all of us are up on our shots!!!😂
  2. the the forum, I was hoping to hear from some of you as to your favorite camping location in your home state. this could be for a boondock or full hook-up location. Right now that would be for the following states; KY, WV, OH, PA, NY, VT, ME, NH, MA, NJ, DE, MD, DC & VI. we will be on the road, but connected and would appreciate hearing back from you. if your home state was not referenced, do not feel left out. there is always next adventure and more travel in us. edit/correction 😬 "VI" Virgin Islands... I wish... s/b "VA" for those who reside in Virginia. Regards, Bryan (Scrambled) & Maggie (SNYSDUP)
  3. Just let us know if you are in North Dakota😄 Hopefully we will be on our next outing before August.
  4. "Brandi is second owner of #10, occasionally drops in here. Cutest, only red Ollie ever." aka "Jellybean"???
  5. after i punched submit/reply, Maggie reminded me that we have reg. fabric. her comment was, "it may not work as well on ultra-fabric". So no, this may not work for you. 😬
  6. Steve, i have been looking for that adapter. would you please reply with a link as to where you found it? or a name of the (brick & mortar) store you purchased it from. Thanks, Bryan
  7. Susan, we use the following https://www.amazon.com/DAZZ-8714388-Taupe-Classic-Shelf/dp/B01LWASQEE/ref=asc_df_B01LWASQEE/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=216569127040&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15415255600688357079&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9021082&hvtargid=pla-361000286526&psc=1 i believe we got the 18" x 5' roll. or as Nancy K. said - "We just use a rubber webbed mat similar to shelf liner."
  8. Spike, did you use the same magnets that Mike & Carol used? if not, which magnets did you buy???
  9. VERY GOOD POINT... Overland. As always, Thank You.
  10. if you have two gens, coupled together, do you still need the soft/easy start for your A/C???
  11. have not made any MOD's to SNYSDUP. i am still absorbing all that i am reading about mods on the forum... were hooked to 120A, probably charging from solar. had been hooked up in the driveway for a week with no issues, whilst, cleaning and restocking while in-between outings. Because of the temps (yes it gets hot in ND), i added water to the Black, and disconnected power and went to the City Park and dumped and flushed. returned, and re-hooked to shore power, in the driveway. it was a bright sunny day, so we were probably again charging from solar. later while outside and inside SNYSDUP, Maggie noticed a rotten egg smell, and looked for something we (or Travel KAT) might have left around inside, from our last outing. when i returned home, i began to sniff around and determined that it was coming from outside, not inside. checked the black hose to see if it was leaking, it was not. sniffing around, i determined that it was coming from the Batt Compartment. unlocked it, and felt the batts. the s/s front batt was so hot, it was uncomfortable to touch. the s/s rear was hot, but not as hot as the front. Both c/s batts seemed normal. disconnected the shore power. began to disconnect the cables, making sure not to touch cable ends to anything whilst removing batteries. NOTE - (1) MARK BATTS BEFORE AS THEY SIT IN THE COMPARTMENT. (2) TAKE PICS BEFORE OF THE CABELING AS IT IS. (3) if time allows...before disconnecting cables, use "Clap-on to measure line voltage". it may or not be meaningful/useful. the ZAMP appeared to show it was directing energy to the cables in the batt compartment. covered the solar panels with a heavy packing blanket, to reduce/eliminate any energy coming from the panels. Tape (black electricians) all the individual connectors coming into the batt compartment, turned off the 4 breakers under the dinette, taken multiple voltage reading of the Batts, (2) in the 12's, (2) in the 13's. there were codes appearing on the ZAMP and an alarm. some are obvious, i.e. 601 - Batt disconnected. i just check now (6/2) and ZAMP is dark. i opened a ticked which was read by OTT Cust Service Monday, that day i was asked what type of BATTS (AGM) and the voltage readings after removal, i responded. So my questions to the forum are; has anyone experienced this before, what was the cause, what was the resolution, any additional issues with other components/sub-systems like the ZAMP Kindest Regards to all this "Camping Season"..., i await the collective knowledge/experiences of the forum.
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