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Windwalker last won the day on August 16 2016

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    Legacy Elite II
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    Twin Bed Floor Plan

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  1. Galway girl you fixed the self induced problem I was fooling with the outside shower the other day and left the valves open and the wand handle valve closed thanks so much for your help on this make sure you post this where all can see Marc
  2. Thanks for all the helpful reply’s its dark here now and will resume the troubleshooting tomorrow. Marc
  3. Thanks John yes the breaker and the switch is in the normal run position and at this time I think the propane system is the only thing that is heating and after flushing the water is hotter but not real hot I’m wondering if the thermostats may have build up on them since flushing seemed to help. Marc
  4. The water temp has improved but still not normal the hot water light did come on inside the trailer after flushing and have not seen this light since I have been having problems, I have the gas and the electric system on. Wondering if I should pull the thermostats out and look for build up there. Marc
  5. Have not cleaned out the water heater this year so will do that now thanks to all I am traveling and not sure where I would find parts in the Sedona area. Marc
  6. Water heater will not run on 115 a/c and only gets Luke warm on propane anybody have an idea?
  7. My understanding is in the valve configuration for using the water from the water tank with the pump you can also use the city water am I missing something here. Thanks to all that have commented to this post.
  8. That’s not my problem the overflow and drain line exit just to the rear of the steps the video that you sent would indicate a leak on the left rear probably indicating a broke closed valve on the city water hock up
  9. Seadawg I’m not very good with this I have not found anything related to my problem
  10. I have unit #83 a 2015 Oliver Elite ll when hocked to city water my fresh tank fills up and runs out the overflow, I am using a pressure regulator at the city water inlet hose, when using the onboard water pump the water pump cycles about every 30 seconds and when shut off and allowed to set for a few minutes it runs for awhile to pressure up, there are no leaks that I can see and suspect the pressure is bleeding off at the intake to the fresh water tank, the pump was replaced a couple of years ago so I don’t suspect the problem is there I did take it apart and found nothing abnormal. Anybody have a thought on this, I’m thinking about putting a check valve on the intake side of the pump. Marc
  11. Alaaa Although`pretty and very strong looking we use a piece of 1/2 “ plywood and let it rest on the mattress tray this works well for us, I have wood stops on the bottom side to keep it centered and it folds in the middle with a piano hinge
  12. Here is a photo of my accumulator-filter-bigger water pump, this bigger pump is anything but Quiet but the added water pressure is great. Marc
  13. Just to be clear I found three of four windows leaking on my 2015 elite ll I removed the complete window assemblies reset them in sealant and have had no more problems (I have not resealed the four exterior lights) all I’m trying to say is it is very possible that there are more window frames out there that are leaking one way to ck this is to tape a piece of plastic to the trailer allowing the plastic drape over the window then a hose down the trailer above the taped area an ck for leaks if none are found pull the windows and reseal. Not saying the lights aren’t leaking but mine were not. Thanks to all who participate in finding solutions for problems we find on our units. Marc
  14. I will repeat again you can not look at any window seals because they are installed with sealant you can’t imagine how much water can come in with no signs of voids I’ll bet that the light are fine I also found some minor seepage at the Oliver logo light one way you can test for this is to tape a piece of plastic above the window a one drapevit down over the window do not try to run tape around the window frame these windows come out easily and reseal is straight forward (do not use a permanent sealant) Marc
  15. Hi Reed I pulled the windows and resealed them myself our trailer is Hull 83 2015 twin bed, we also are enjoying the left and right sliding windows being switched to slide to the rear the cross flow ventilation is much better when using the fantastic fan. I would not install rain gutters as they are not needed, let me know if I can provide any more info. Marc
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