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RE: Onan Marquis 7000 - No Output Power

https://i.imgur.com/z7C0G3Tl.jpg Onan NHM Operator's Manual Thanks for the link. I have looked online for the manual with no luck at all!
Cocky_Camper 08/13/19 07:05am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan Marquis 7000 - No Output Power

2 circuit breakers on the right side as you face the generator. Not out in the open. You'll have to look close. Also, that generator is an NHM, not NHH.......... I have the same generator on my 95 Bounder. Richard You are correct with the model. I edited that. I did not see any breakers when I was out there yesterday, but I will certainly take a closer look when I go back, which will be next week as I will be out of town this weekend. Thanks!
Cocky_Camper 08/12/19 01:29pm Class A Motorhomes
Onan Marquis 7000 - No Output Power

My grandpaw has a 95 Pace Arrow with a Marquis Onan 7000 model 7NHMFH261050 and it has no output power. The ATS went out a few years ago, and his RV repair guy installed him a 50amp end on the generator to plug the RV power cord straight into instead of replacing the ATS. That worked for several years with no problems when he ran the generator. Now the generator has no output power at all. The generator starts and runs great still though. Anyone have any ideas on anything simple that it could be for us to check?
Cocky_Camper 08/12/19 12:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV toilet paper

Just get single ply septic safe, and your shouldn't have any issues.
Cocky_Camper 08/07/19 08:56am Beginning RVing
RE: Lesson Learned (fuel station etiquette)

It is because they have to put a "hold" on your credit as soon as you swipe it. They do this to make sure you have enough to cover the gas. Most stations holds that I see are around $50 to $75. Once you pump fuel, the amount purchased will be pending and the hold is typically released in a few days. I have leaned that a lot of truck stops have higher hold amount if you use the larger lanes (maybe $250 at the RV lane at Flying J).
Cocky_Camper 08/06/19 08:36am Around the Campfire
RE: Propane Grill

A propane flattop griddle! I doubt I will ever go back to a regular gas grill.
Cocky_Camper 08/05/19 11:54am Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Ants

We have the little tiny aggrevating black "p" ants in SC. No matter what we do, they never stay gone long...
Cocky_Camper 07/29/19 06:46am RV Lifestyle
RE: What did you do to your Class A MH today???

We installed room darkening/cooling panels behind the front windshield curtain. We had a big piece of reflective stuff that worked, but was a pain in my a.. to put up and take down each time. I bought these panels off amazon for $50, and pinned behind the existing curtains, which seems to work great. Also cuts down on set up and breakdown time by about 5 minutes!
Cocky_Camper 07/29/19 06:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Stuff in your storage compartment?

Anything that you don't want to load and unload each time before and after camping should get shoved in any empty space... that is how it works for us.
Cocky_Camper 07/22/19 08:32am Travel Trailers
RE: Water Spigot / Thread Issues On Sites

I don't think that I have ever encountered this. The worse thing that I encountered a time or two was that the spigot handle striped and couldn't turn it on or back off, and one time, the entire handle was gone. The few times, someone was there was fix it pretty quick for us... I do carry a little water in the fresh water tank even if we have hook ups for the road and incase something like this happens to get us by for a night if needed, but I don't carry full for the weight, unless we don't have hookups at all.
Cocky_Camper 07/18/19 07:13am Travel Trailers
RE: 13,5K BTU vs. 15K BTU?

We replaced both of ours. 15k for main unit and 13.5 for rear and bathroom unit. I think the price difference was around $100 between the two.
Cocky_Camper 07/08/19 01:58pm Class A Motorhomes
Where to place campground stickers?

We have decided to start collecting stickers for each campground that we visit. We are looking for idea's on where you place your stickers. I don't really want to place them on anything permanent to the camper in case we upgrade/sale. Any useful ideas?
Cocky_Camper 07/08/19 12:03pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Motor homes and earth quakes.

It probably isn't much difference than driving on the SC roads. Let the jacks up and enjoy the ride...
Cocky_Camper 07/08/19 07:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A/C

We replaced ours last summer and ordered from PPL. By far the cheapest that I could find.
Cocky_Camper 07/01/19 11:49am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: A crappy experience

Was there an o-ring on the end of it?
Cocky_Camper 06/20/19 06:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: water heaters

I'm a plumbers son, and my dad calls it a hot water heater! It drives me insane!
Cocky_Camper 06/19/19 10:40am Travel Trailers
RE: Fridge on propane while driving

We run it. We just stop and turn it off before going near fuel pumps and leave before turning it back on.
Cocky_Camper 06/16/19 08:11pm Beginning RVing
RE: Front AC not working?

We just replaced our roof units last summer on the class A that we bought two years ago. Very easy for some like with with very basic mechanical skills. As simple as remove 4 bolts, unplugging wires, and plugging back and bolting back. It required three people though. In inside position the unit while two on the roof picked up and moved the unit without sliding it on the seal.
Cocky_Camper 06/16/19 08:08pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Two Air Conditioners

We got a 35ft Class A with two slides last year. We installed new 15,000 up front and 13,500 in the rear. They they do pretty good keeping it cool. We do place reflective material in the front windshield as it acts like a huge oven if there is not any shade.
Cocky_Camper 06/12/19 08:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Eternabond and fiberglass roof

We just bought GeoCel Proflex Instant Roof Repair and sealed the seams of my roof. It is good for fiberglass roofs. There is no way that stuff is going anywhere anytime soon.
Cocky_Camper 06/06/19 11:33am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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