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Old 05-24-2021, 08:18 AM   #1
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Hi, I just purchased a new to me RV. Itís a 2000 winnebago itasca suncruiser 35U. Iím a complete newbie to rving. Have only owned travel trailers. Iíve redone the interior so itís more updated. I was very careful not to add weight. I really just did paint, wallpaper, slip covers, peel and stick backsplash etc. anyway, now that Iíve got the interior the way I want itís my husbands turn for the mechanics. We did run into a lot of unexpecteds. We installed all new exhaust vent fans, a new skylight, repaired and reposted the roof. We had to replace the refrigerator, windshield wiper arms, all new shocks for outside compartments and springs and baseplates for the leveling jacks were missing. We know we will need new tires. Question is, what do you think of this model? Problems youíve encountered? We know very little about rvs but my husband is a diesel mechanic and works on semis so we have a little advantage there. Where is the inverter/ converter and can someone educate me on that?
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Old 05-24-2021, 10:53 AM   #2
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Hi Gloria,
Sounds like you have the interior looking pretty spiffy! After twenty-plus years, things do need to be freshened. Here is the brochure for your 2000 Suncruiser 35U. As you can see on page 11, the Inverter was only for the TV, was only 130 watts, and was optional. You may never have had one.
You can also review the Manuals and Diagrams for your coach. The 2020 Suncruiser Owner's Manual mentions the 130 watt inverter on page 8-20.
It would be fun to see some photos of your interior redecorating.
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