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  1. If the cooler is leaking, you can also look in the radiator. If fluid made it there, there will be an oily sheen on the water.
  2. You might have a leak in the trans cooler that is allowing antifreeze into your trans. https://www.freeasestudyguides.com/atf-pink-milky.html
  3. Personally I think they are a waste of money. Yes a few will say it paid for itself but I think you’ll find most never get their money’s worth. if you are concerned about expensive repairs, instead of paying all that $$ up front, start your own savings account and put that money aside.
  4. Also, make sure the small clear plastic cup on the suction side is tight and or not cracked. how old is the pump? Is this the first time this season you used it after being stored for the winter?
  5. We had a 2005 Sunnybrook, also had a rotted floor in the bedroom slide. It turns out that the outside facia on the slide out box was leaking. It leaked from the day we bought it and never knew till I found a huge ball of mold growing under the bed. I repaired it myself as the dealer had no clue. The design of the slide was faulty. If the trim facia was not properly caulked, water was channeled right into the slide floor. What I did was install flashing under the outside skin of the slide that extended over the bottom of the slide. This prevented water from entering the slide and was channeled out. From what I gather, Sunnybrook never did correct the problem and it appears that when they went under and were bought up by WB the problem was still present.
  6. Don’t know what kind of MH you have. It would help if you posted that. On ours, under the sink, in the cabinet there is an AAV, if you have one, it could be defective and sticking at times.
  7. We stayed there a few years ago on our way to CT. Reason being, the campgrounds are few and far between in that area. In any event, when we checked in we were met by what appeared to be summer help who were not very helpful. We had asked for a pullthru for our 40 QBH Phaeton, towing. We barely fit in the site and had a heck of a time getting out. In hindsight, we should have demanded another site but it was getting late and we just wanted to park. The campground does have some really nice sites that are large. I guess it depends if you are a long term guest or not. So if you book, make sure of what site they stick you in.
  8. I think it depends on the make and model. On ours , it’s jacks up, slides in.
  9. Not sure about your unit but on ours, there are indicator lights that tell you if the pumps are functioning properly , sounds like one of your pumps is not working.
  10. Interesting that they wanted proof to raise your value but continued to charge you for a value they knew was too high...:(
  11. Don’t know about your model but on ours, the switches pop out after carefully prying them. The connections on the back were spade connectors.
  12. When we had an Atwood, the plug was part of annual maintenance..
  13. Unless things were different for 2017 automatics , you should not be leaving your trans in neutral, but in Park. You will ruin the the trans. i have not heard about any problems with wobbling front ends .. Does the 17s still have the locking steering wheel and if so, are you leaving the ignition in accessory?
  14. Interesting, wonder how much $$ for one of those babies?
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