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RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I thought this used to be an open forum where folks were allowed to post comments and opinions. Apparently, some have chosen to moderate others differing opinions. I have been following this thread for years and always like to see new updates. In this case, it took 3 days to make 7 posts about the same thing. I was disappointed to find there were no new updates despite the "new post" icon.
LouLawrence 02/04/23 12:35pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I did not post ????. Not sure where that came from. I just posted a smiley face :)
LouLawrence 02/04/23 06:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Welcome back! Do you think it's a bit much to make 7 posts to explain that you used a razor knife to cut some foam?
LouLawrence 02/03/23 07:27am Class A Motorhomes
RE: New here! 1986 Holiday Rambler Alternator

If you will be living in the RV, the necessary power will not be coming from your engine alternator. The alternator may help keep the batteries charged while driving but once you stop, NADA! You will need a good battery charger, either a converter or an inverter charger larger enough to keep your house batteries charged. It may also be setup to keep your engine starting batteries charged as well (or not).
LouLawrence 01/30/23 04:12pm General RVing Issues
RE: Dish TV

You cannot use a splitter but you should be able to run 2 separate coax cables from the antenna to the receivers. The above question about the dish you are using means what kind of antenna. Domes are a bit of a problem with 2 receivers but still doable. A full sized home style antenna works on the road exactly as well as it does at home.
LouLawrence 01/06/23 07:10am Technology Corner
RE: How does 50 amp work?

Why doesn't someone simply state that 50 amp service allows 50 amps of usage on 2 separate legs of the service (100 amps) vs. 30 amp service that allows for a total of 30 amp service to the entire coach. OK, I know it was posted but this is about as simple as it gets. 2 - 50 amp legs vs. 1 30 amp for everything.
LouLawrence 01/04/23 12:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

Merry Christmas
LouLawrence 12/26/22 08:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heat pump blowing cold air

This IS NOT an Aqua Hot. The bus uses a Webasto system (50,000 BTU) for baseboard heat. It keeps us toasty warm in Temps well below zero. We have NO 120V heat other than the heat pumps and heat straps in the roof A/C units. Most Prevosts have basement air units called Cruiseairs and not roof mounted units. The newer ones are all going to roof air due to the PIA issues of the Cruiseairs. The bus is very air tight and we just use a couple portable heaters for most of the Winter. When it gets cold enough to be concerned about the bays getting to cold we turn on the diesel heat. Since we carry 160 gallons of fuel it will keep us warm for a Very long time.
LouLawrence 12/25/22 08:37am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heat pump blowing cold air

No, Doug is not correct. Ours uses a Webasto heater and there is no electric option. If you turn it on in any form you will be burning diesel. For hot water there are 2 - 10 gallon water heater each with their own electric element so we have nearly continuous hot water whenever we are plugged in. When the Webasto is running it also heats the water (and the engine and the basement and the interior).
LouLawrence 12/24/22 08:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heat pump blowing cold air

I have the 5 button. I have 2 different units that have heat pumps and 1 unit that has a heat strip (wish I had thought it out as I would now have 2 with heats strips as the heat pumps appears to be just somewhat above useless!). We full time so cold is a normal part of our life and that means electric heaters and Webasto diesel heat is about all that works much of the Winter. We replaced the existing old unit with an exact replacement new unit so the installer swapped the old control board with the new control board so it would still work with the old style thermostat. Yes this is all on our 1998 Country Coach Prevost.
LouLawrence 12/22/22 06:57pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heat pump blowing cold air

New, Dometic. Older 3 zone thermostat. Had to replace New style control board with old style from previous unit.
LouLawrence 12/22/22 08:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heat pump blowing cold air

That makes sense but it's freezing in the coach by the time the heat kicks in again. You would think the fan should quit running.
LouLawrence 12/21/22 08:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Heat pump blowing cold air

I had to replace my current Dometic A/C heat pump last Summer. Had never use the heat output option until this fall. As mentioned, it needed to be around 40+ degrees to do anything. What's weird is that it blows nice and warm for awhile and then when it reaches the right temp if does not shut off but rather blows cold air for a while and finally shuts down. Then, just a minute or so later it starts back up and blows warm again.....repeat over and over.
LouLawrence 12/20/22 05:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone interested in 83 Pace Arrow Tear down and Rebuild?

I suspect he will return when there is some additional progress to report. Just as it should be.
LouLawrence 12/17/22 08:49am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Router for Low Cell Signal Rural Mountainous Areas

Interesting but hard to understand. This thread has drifted so far as to be worthless to the OP.
LouLawrence 12/14/22 01:49pm Technology Corner
RE: Router for Low Cell Signal Rural Mountainous Areas

Starlink Really read up on this system. Neighbor just did it and cost is very high. Dead spots are dead spots. He did not get it up and running before his 30 days ran out so he is stuck with a expensive system and is not happy but if he turns it off as in not needed, not the part of their plan where you still pay $20 a month, you have to purchase a new unit. So as stated really READ their contract. Might add third party equipment read on that also. Is he trying to move a home unit? If so, that could be the problem. The RV set costs more but can be pit on pause at no cost when you don't need the service. It's now $135/month but only for the months you need.
LouLawrence 12/14/22 08:29am Technology Corner
RE: Keep a Word Change a Word, Part II.

Police cadets
LouLawrence 12/08/22 08:31am Around the Campfire
RE: Locked Out...Sorta

I guess that's one reason dealer's can send out so many units with such crappy workmanship!
LouLawrence 12/08/22 08:25am General RVing Issues
RE: Splendide dryer solution?

You just make a slot above the location of the filter so you can reach down and remove it. I know it takes a bit more work, but it is done in some installations. It can also be a hinged door, but access can be provided.
LouLawrence 12/08/22 08:22am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fire Cube Gen 3

You will not "need" a new FireStick but there are newer 4K versions if you think you would ever find the need for one. The TV very likely will have FireTV built in and, if so, you won't need any stick at all.
LouLawrence 12/07/22 02:44pm Technology Corner
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