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Door jam switch

Posted 10-16-2021 at 03:39 PM by Tomhirsch

There are four wires on the door jam switch three white and one yellow. Can anybody tell me how they go on
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Greystone microwave convection oven

Posted 10-04-2021 at 07:41 PM by Lwebb13851

I have a manual, do you still need one.
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Winnebago electrolysis/frame rust problem

Posted 09-27-2021 at 10:31 AM by TMAR

When servicing the batteries on my 2020 14 month old Spirit 31K with 3,000 miles I was shocked to see the amount of rust on my frame and even the propane tank.
The grounding bar seems to be ground zero and I am not alone after doing some web searches.
Winnebago states rust is not a covered item, but a defective electrical system would be - I think they have a serious issue that has not been resolved and I'm as mad as a hornet. It will take probably a few grand of sand blasting/priming...
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new owner

Posted 09-18-2021 at 06:47 PM by Lynsand

I just bought a 2008 sightseer with 40000 miles in great condition two days ago . spent the night camping in the driveway. I can't find the hydraulic reservoir for the jacks. Its sightseer 26p. can you help? And any suggestion on things I should kniow are check. It has the chev engine.
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Jacks stuck, Low Voltage

Posted 09-17-2021 at 03:47 PM by Sandmason

All done! I'm happy.
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