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AlbertNTerri

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    Couple
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    Colorado

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  • Do you own an Oliver Travel Trailer, other travel trailer or none?
    I own an Oliver Travel Trailer
  • Hull #
    1125
  • Year
    2022
  • Make
    Oliver
  • Model
    Legacy Elite II
  • Floor Plan
    Standard Floor Plan
  • What model is your other RV or Travel Trailer?
    1978 Trillium 1300

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  1. we had this problem when we stayed at a Peak One National Forest in Frisco CO at about 9000 feet. When we came back down below 9000 everything started working again. We opened a service ticket at the time and in the end we (and Oliver service) wrote it off to the altitude. Not very satisfying but have not had a problem since, and we've not tried using it much above 7500 feet either so I'm not sure that was the problem but it's what we're going with.
  2. in most rain we've encountered it usually only affects one side and not the other, we open the "dry" side and the bathroom window, turn the fans on and haven't had a problem. I do like the louvers I've seen in the forum and will probably make a set at some point, but it's not a real high priority since there always seems to be a dry side and when there's not you can always open the bath window and just dry off what little comes in after the storm.
  3. can you post a link (or quote) the original modification for this towel rack, I saw it when it was originally posted but am having a hard time finding it now. I'm interested in seeing the difference between that one and yours. I'm planning on making one of these. Your comment of making it so the towels don't come in contact with the dirt on the trailer are spot-on. Since reading that I thought, how about if we make a fourth rail (proximal to the trailer) that one could hang something like a shower curtain (cut to size) that would act as a divider to keep the towels off the trailer surface?
  4. not sure, it stopped for about 45 minutes, I was able to get in touch with one of the fine people at OTT and while we were trouble-shooting it it started working again. We're thinking it may have frozen up and thawed out over the timeframe, but not sure.
  5. Help! Help! AC Quit Working, it’s only two months old. We’re getting plenty of power to the circuit breaker and the circuit breaker seems fine. It was working wonderfully, we went out for a drive and when we came back it’s not working. I set it down to 55° and it doesn’t kick on, We’d had it set in the low 70s. What is the next thing to check??
  6. I loved my '69 dodge pickup, slant 6, 3 on the tree, step side, aqua factory color. I could sit on the front fender with my feet on the chassis rails when working on the motor aaaaah, nostalgia
  7. what xantrex setting changes do you do to run the generator? I have a Wen 2250
  8. we ordered the curtain option and have a composting toilet. We used the curtain a couple of times and then tried without it. after a couple of showers without the curtain the compost was getting too moist and put off a foul odor. Added some more coir and bought a roll of clear large trash bags. Pulled the bag over the nature's head and have had several more showers since then without a problem. Let the bag dry and reuse it. I prefer the clear bags over the non-clear ones, it just seems nicer... I think the only real advantage to the curtain is you can leave the door open while showering but closing it across the toilet makes the shower too small for me. I vote against the curtain rod upgrade. BTH, if you do opt to try the curtain rod option, it includes a custom fitted curtain to the shape of the curved wall, so no need to buy one (like we did).
  9. Please put us down for a set of vents as well if they become available. albert
  10. I saw someone recommend those plastic "razors" a couple of months ago and bought one on amazon. It comes with about 100 blades and it was only about $12, WOW, what a great product. I used it to remove the caulking around the access panel on the bathroom vanity and it worked better than anything I've ever used in the past to remove silicone caulk with no worries about damaging the gel coat. I highly recommend it! albert
  11. As far as I know when the hose is hooked up then the bumper remains open
  12. Thanks Seadawg, I never noticed that, that does make me feel better 🙂!
  13. Listed as Hitch Option $230 for our 2022 E2. I didn't get the 2" hitch to take home, didn't ask for it and not really interested in it, it would just be something else to clutter up my limited storage space. I was a bit miffed when they told me that by ordering the upgraded mattresses that I would not be getting the regular cushions which we paid for the fabric upgrade, but also don't have a place to keep them and probably will never use them since we keep the king size bed set up all the time. I figure it's just some more profit for OTT.
  14. Oliver supplied the 2 5/16 coupler we had installed on our build. They charged me something like $250 to make it happen...I just had to ask for it. One of the few custom upgrades still available.
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