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Old 07-07-2018, 03:54 PM   #11
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On the water subject, 1 thing you DONT want ,to do is turn it on with no water in it. That would not only be costly bu dangerous.

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Old 07-07-2018, 04:20 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Ken. View Post
Thanks for the tip cpaharley. Sounds like that would a great rally but unfortunately it won't fit in to our schedule this year. We need to be at home this Fall in just past the holidays. Our next known trip will be to Tucson mid January through February. We're making this up as we go. I wonder, though, is there someplace where regional fiberglass rallies are posted? Some place where I'm apt to meet other Escape owners?

Welcome Ken, yes there's a place look on main forum page you'll see rallies and get togethers. Also make sure you're on FGRV forum as well, there's likely rallies there too which don't make it onto the Escape forum.

Since you're spending February in Tucson, why not meander back east staying south and attend the Green Eggs and Ham rally over St. Pat's Day just outside Montgomery AL. We attended for first time this year and it was great. I see you were encouraged to get out to BC for the Escape Appreciation rally. It's wonderful as well, over 150 Escape trailers. We intend on attending again next year.

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Old 07-07-2018, 09:05 PM   #13
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Steep learning curve

Thanks Chotch and Dave,

My sailboat experience did alert me to fact that the H20 heater would be damaged if I turned it on. There's a piece of tape on the switch now.

I'm compulsive and prudent enough to read the manuals and gather them if I don't have them.

Appreciate your help.


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