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Old 05-18-2016, 02:27 AM   #21
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Ok so I got another switch that looks like a old antenna hook up but has a light and switch looks to be a powered antenna hook up but not sure on it it's on a cabinet . Would like to know but if it is antenna it is of no use to me since I have a on the satellite for it . I will be adding a LCD TV probably no bigger then a 19 inch
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Old 05-18-2016, 07:37 AM   #22
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Many of the Hi Los had digital antennas as an option, crank up. Mine has a socket for a 12V tv, a coax plug and a small button that when pushed in a green light would illuminate. The antenna could receive digital broadcasts within a specified range.
I've been in CGs where I got zero reception and places where I've gotten 58 channels. If this system is installed in the unit, I'd leave it there for potential resale value.
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Many of the Hi Los had digital antennas as an option, crank up. Mine has a socket for a 12V tv, a coax plug and a small button that when pushed in a green light would illuminate. The antenna could receive digital broadcasts within a specified range.
I've been in CGs where I got zero reception and places where I've gotten 58 channels. If this system is installed in the unit, I'd leave it there for potential resale value.
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Old 05-20-2016, 04:14 AM   #24
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Looks great, a lot of hard work.
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Thank you spent two nights in the hilo and AC was ice cold just some dimming of the lights but everything was good . Did this in my back yard to make sure
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Old 05-23-2016, 08:18 PM   #27
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Just wondering if your converter is going bad or a start capacator in your AC? Our AC is also ice cold.
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Hey there. Got my Hi-Lo about a year ago. Enjoying it so far, its a 2100 Breeze about #3200 light enough to get a perm tag. Tow vehicle is a 2008 Toyota highlander V6 3.5L, get about 14MPG. We had to install a break controller but for some reason I keep blowing the fuse not sure if there is a short somewhere.
It Tows pretty good can be a little rough on high hills but just switch to manual transmission and lower the gear and cruise it.
I cant seem to get the pilot to light in the oven and the fridge I have yet to figure it out I tried all the settings but it just doesn't seem to fire up.
Latest issue is I lost my stabilizer leg crank, where can I get a new one??
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Old 06-06-2017, 04:52 PM   #29
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wow now that is a camper there for $750 way to go looks like a house inside! great deal! b happy! that don't happen everyday for sure. congrats! very happy for you. have fun. keep us posted love pics. mike
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You can use a 3/4" wrench in a pinch. Amazon sells the speed wrench that's made for the stabilizer or you can get a socket that fits an electric drill.

https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_n...abilizer+crank
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I know we aint talking about the same things but I had to make my own crank handle for mine! I just took a socket with my hand grinder, and ground 2 slots in the socket to fit my crank on trailer bar, put breaker bar on it, it works good. going up, except if it falls yer f++++d .
I have a ratchet type system on my bar system on m crank handle on mine, I haven't fixed it yet tho. I have to come up with another solution. or rebuild my ratchet system needs a spring return and release on it yet. even new gear on it. I still have so much to do, and finish up but cant right now. bummin
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