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RE: Hot water heater question .....

I looked at your refrigerator post and can't tell if you bought this trailer new or used from a dealer or a private party. If it's a dealer they should be able to answer this question. I know in my previous arctic fox in order to activate the 120 volt feature I flipped the switch that you show in your photo AND then activated a switch on the control panel inside the trailer. You may have the same setup. However, you may have a heater that's 120 capable that was never hooked up. This RV business can get pretty goofy.
johned 04/27/23 07:14am Travel Trailers
RE: New Travel trailer

No offense to anyone intended, but I get these "what can I tow" questions answered before I buy a trailer or a truck. The information is out there. Coming here gets lots of opinions and arithmetic gyrations.
johned 04/17/23 07:37am Travel Trailers
RE: 16 Navigator L towing Jayco 24BH

Wow, that was exhausting.
johned 04/15/23 08:48am Travel Trailers
RE: Smaller Couples Trailer with a Slide Out + Queen Bed

My son bought a 19 model Sonic a year ago. I got on their site and apparently they no longer make that model. Be careful with these trailers. They're very light which would fit your needs, but the build quality is terrible even by current RV standards. His tv was screwed into the wall with no solid backing and fell off their first trip. This winter while putting a cover on it we heard the roof structure crack from my son's weight (this was after the dealer said it would easily handle his weight). I would stay away from these trailers.
johned 01/19/23 07:23am Travel Trailers
RE: HWY 6 to 191 SE Utah

Late November can mean snow and ice. However, SLC to Moab is highly traveled and well maintained. Soldier Summit has some altitude and can get jammed up. From Moab to Monticello you gain altitude and thus the possibility of stuff on the road. Monticello to Cortez takes you from 7000 ft. to 6000 ft. so depending on how recently there has been snowfall there could be some challenges. Once again, this is a highly traveled route for trucks, so it is well maintained. I'm sure you know this, but both Utah and Colorado have excellent phone apps and internet sites that are up to date on road conditions. If it's been a couple days since snowfall you'll be fine.
johned 11/05/22 07:26am Travel Trailers
RE: Schwintech slide system

Thanks to those of you who addressed my concern. You were helpful.
johned 08/23/22 04:39pm Travel Trailers
Schwintech slide system

Hey, right off the bat my new Northwood Nash 23D had the Schwintech slide jamb up on me. Got the factory to replace it and it seems to be doing fine now. However, in my research on the net I've found lots of horror stories about the system. I know most postings are about problems and not successes, however, I would like to hear from anybody who has NEVER had a problem with their Schwintech slide and what they've been doing to keep it that way.
johned 08/20/22 08:35am Travel Trailers
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