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Old 11-08-2018, 08:26 PM   #15
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Power Cat, reading your posts on your 27n over the years, I think we have had almost the identical problems on our rigs. We seem to be fixing the same things! Right now I have new rot over the shower in the Luan plywood. The skylight has been leaking for a year. You might want to pull yours down from inside and check it out. I've got a lot of damage!
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Old 11-09-2018, 08:56 AM   #16
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Power Cat, reading your posts on your 27n over the years, I think we have had almost the identical problems on our rigs. We seem to be fixing the same things! Right now I have new rot over the shower in the Luan plywood. The skylight has been leaking for a year. You might want to pull yours down from inside and check it out. I've got a lot of damage!

Had the same problem. One screw on the roof, holding the skylight, was not sealed correctly. The spot was so small that I had missed it on several previous inspections. It was frustration that got me down on my face inspecting each and every bump in the caulking. One small pinhole is all it took to do all that damage. To do a proper fix on the shower ceiling will take some doing.
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Old 11-10-2018, 08:00 AM   #17
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Yep, the smallest pinhole here as well. Sorry for hijacking the thread.

Anybody learn anything about the dashboard construction and removal?
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Old 11-10-2018, 11:32 AM   #18
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Joe, It looks like the dash for your 2014 40U comes out in 3 pieces. I don't think any of it is plywood. My 2013 isn't that I can see other than maybe back where the defrosters are.

Hopefully your tech was able to do it without taking too much apart. If you look through the 3D model, it will show where everything is bolted down and all of the brackets.
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Old 11-10-2018, 03:14 PM   #19
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Great to see everyone working together to help each other.

Way to go!!
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I have a 2013 Winnebago Journey and had to replace my backup camera a couple of years ago. I think your Meridian is similar. My CVS300 camera switcher is under a raised panel (darker color than the dash) on the top of the dash above the speedometer and tach. To remove the panel, remove two screws in the front edge of the panel from below. Slide the panel forward and up. My CVS300 was sitting on a shelf above the instruments.
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Does anyone know how to remove the dashboard from an Itasca Meridian? I need to get to the wiring.
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Try looking at this in Internet Explorer: DASH 180248-01-000


On the right side, if you uncheck items they will disappear. Play with this model and see what you can find out about your dash. You can rotate it, change views, pan, magnify... I hope this helps.
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I have a 2013 Winnebago Journey and had to replace my backup camera a couple of years ago. I think your Meridian is similar. My CVS300 camera switcher is under a raised panel (darker color than the dash) on the top of the dash above the speedometer and tach. To remove the panel, remove two screws in the front edge of the panel from below. Slide the panel forward and up. My CVS300 was sitting on a shelf above the instruments.
So that's where they put that bugger! I have the 2013 Meridian, and I could never find it. I kept looking around the radio and monitor.
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I have a 2013 Winnebago Journey and had to replace my backup camera a couple of years ago. I think your Meridian is similar. My CVS300 camera switcher is under a raised panel (darker color than the dash) on the top of the dash above the speedometer and tach. To remove the panel, remove two screws in the front edge of the panel from below. Slide the panel forward and up. My CVS300 was sitting on a shelf above the instruments.
Finally. A feature with easy access for service or repair! Someone was considerate when that dash was designed.
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