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  1. Thanks for the suggestions. Can't get to it for a week or 2. Will try all suggestions until I find one that work for me.
  2. Not sure if I have a leak. I have run the fresh water tank over several times when filling. OOPS. No time to repair right now. will look at it in a a week or two.
  3. Has anyone ever repaired the floor under a fresh water tank. Our water tank is sagging where the floor under it is rusted out. Maybe treated wood under the tank? I have not inspected this to carefully yet to come up with a repair method. Wondered if any of you have done a similar repair. I can see the tank is sagging and don't want to let this go on to long.
  4. Our power awning has a metal cover at the top that wraps around the fabric when closed. It has slowly worked it's way over so it is hitting the arm of the awing when closed. Anyone know how to get it back in place? Tried to pry it without much success. I think pounding on it may damage or bend the cover. Maybe a 2 X 4 over it and tap lightly.
  5. I'll give that a try Herman. Not home now so will look at it later this coming week.
  6. Sounds like a cracked tile under our kitchen slide. Some noise along that line. The slide works properly but a crunching noise when extended. Any ideas on how to get a peek under this slide to see what is going on. Gear style slide. Don't want to tear cabinets apart to see under unless that is the only way.
  7. Wish I had found you Bill when you were still working. I have two estimates, both $2500.00. That is just to cover areas affected, not painting the whole coach with clearcoat. Ideas on where I should go? We spend the winter in Desert Hot Springs, California. Any honest and good shops in that area?
  8. We had our 2007 Tuscany serviced at Mustang Cat in Houston. Quality work at a fair price. Oil, filters, lube, valve adjustment on our C7, and general all around check of belts, hoses, and fluids. $750
  9. Our motorhome sits outside all the time. It is a 2007 model with full body paint. We are getting some oxidation of the clear coat near the top and on the corners. Any suggestions on how to deal with this and make it look better? I do keep it clean and wax it at least once a year. The sun seems to be winning.
  10. Put new batteries in this week. Slide works slowly but comes in without help and on its own power.
  11. Finally had time to tear into this problem today. The squirrel cage fan inside the enclosed housing had come loose from the motor shaft. A little cleaning and tightening the set screw solved the problem. I had not taken this housing apart before during regular maintenance. Took a little time, but problem solved.
  12. Our front AC unit fan started to make a squealing noise today (still running). It has been running all day as it is hot in Mesa today. Does this mean a new AC unit or can the fans be replaced? Anyone had a similar problem?
  13. Call Direct TV and ask. I don't know about Direct TV but our Dish receiver has a USB port on the back. We were able to hook up an external hard drive to this port and for a one time fee of $40.00 Dish programmed it as a DVR. Works just like our DVR at home. There is an additional charge of $7 on our bill for this DVR.
  14. I have had a similar problem that ended up being a vacuum hose that would collapse sometimes and work well other times. Airflow would change from dash to defrost when the hose failed and back again if and when it decided to mess with me again. Nightmare to track down. New hose and the system is working fine. My 12 volt vacuum pump does cycle often and I believe I have a leak somewhere that I have been unable to find yet. I think more new hose may be a good idea.
  15. We have had our 2007 Tuscany 4072 for 5 years. Love the floor plan. 1 couch, 2 recliners, mid-coach TV, and king bed. Like most first time buyers we have a list of things we would like in our 2nd rig. Newer heating system (aqua hot), bath and 1/2 (we are snowbirds and live in it all winter), two large recliners facing the TV, outside TV, all tile (carpet is too hard to keep clean), and the biggest item, another king size bed (ours is an actual king not an RV king). Now the problem with a trade. Price. Wow!! Twice what we paid for ours (it was 3 years old with 14,000 miles) plus ours in trade. I think our wish list is not worth the cost of the trade. Looks like we will wait and become a 2nd owner of a floor plan we like, in a few years. Oh, and it can't be longer than 42 ft to fit on our lot.