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Old 07-06-2023, 10:19 AM   #1
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I am Lloyd. I am new here and new to RVing. Last year I bought a Winnebago 2019 out look 22C and took it on a 5 week extravaganza, i found out you just don't jump into an RV and drive it down the road with out expecting some challenges. First the main propane line came off in my hand when I turned it on. so I turned off the propane. Then I ran into some low hanging trees. they were hanging over a public street....imagine that next I found out I need to drive a little more to the right than normal because the truckers air seemed to be blowing me off the road. I also found out just because my RV would drive 70 that wasn't the best speed to go if I wanted to talk to my wife it got pretty noisy. Finding places to camp was fun since it wasn't a preplanned trip. So I figure out how to fix my propane system and used my heater a couple of nights and on the last night my wife had to use the hot water tank for a shower, why not ? I wanted her to use the campground shower it was a fancy campground we were paying enough to be there. well the hot water heater didn't work, and you guessed it now the propane system doesn't work either. we froze that night in Nebraska and drove home to Utah through Wyoming in a high wind situation it was fun...well not I think I can cope with alot not anything but alot. I still need to fix the propane system I am thinking the problem is in the hot water heater. Did I mention I improperly winterized the water system so I had to change the cold water manifold 2x because I got a bad one from the supplier. well the water system is working and I just need to trouble shoot and repair the hot water propane system, and reseal the roof......oh the life of a "RVer"......I heard about a RV repair course in Texas that will teach me to repair my RV my self I was thinking of taking it any coaching would be welcome. When I look for a plce to repair my RV they all seem to be booked up
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Old 07-06-2023, 09:26 PM   #2
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Greetings Lloyd,
I considered buying the 2019 Outlook 22C because I liked the narrower dinette which recovered 4" of floor space; something the 22M is extremely short upon. One design error in both the 22C and the 22M is the closet doors, in that it is awkward to get into the closet with the slide-out retracted. User vanovafan came-up with this "correction":
Great idea from Bill (vanovafan) to flip the right-hand closet door on a 22M
Sometimes, posting a Thread with a single repair topic works well to get focused commentary. Also, the site-search works well for finding discussions which match your situation.
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