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Old 08-14-2016, 10:06 AM   #11
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By the way if you could include some head on pictures of the cabinet and refrig area, below the frig. Before it is enclosed that would help. The pictures attached did help - thanks
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By the way if you could include some head on pictures of the cabinet and refrig area, below the frig. Before it is enclosed that would help. The pictures attached did help - thanks
The pictures are from this thread, where people post the pictures sent to them by the factory....It's Friday! - The Classics! and this one It's Friday! - 2017 and beyond!
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Old 08-14-2016, 12:46 PM   #13
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In looking at the threads it appears that there are no diagrams of either electric wiring or plumbing lines.
it would be nice to have but after this camper researched trailers to buy, it seems with the exception of a handful of trailer mfgs you probably will not get anything that might be considered professional technical documentation..looking at it from the mfgs viewpoint , most consumers probably would not understand and/or read it anyway...as in VHS clock still flashing!
Fortunately trailers ain't too complicated, but if possible it would also be nice if they were manufactured/designed in such a way as to be serviced somewhat easily. Hopefully trailers will not adopt the "hidden fastener" concept of autos.
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Old 08-14-2016, 02:32 PM   #14
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I always use a regulator. they are metal and I keep a spare. Plus I check the pressure with a water gauge.
You can combine the two (regulator and pressure gauge). Mine has a gauge so I know that it's working, and is adjustable so it does what I want.
Valterra adjustable water pressure regulator A01-1117VP
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The pictures are from this thread, where people post the pictures sent to them by the factory....It's Friday! - The Classics! and this one It's Friday! - 2017 and beyond!
Thanks for answering! That is exactly where I got the pics. The ones posted were the best I could find to depict how the water lines were run in the pre 2017 21'. I didn't see any that were a frontal view of the bottom cabinets without the panels. Unless someone is in Chillwack while a trailer is being built, these are the best we can do.
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Thanks for answering! That is exactly where I got the pics. The ones posted were the best I could find to depict how the water lines were run in the pre 2017 21'. I didn't see any that were a frontal view of the bottom cabinets without the panels. Unless someone is in Chillwack while a trailer is being built, these are the best we can do.
Here is another thread....New 2017 19' Trailer - interior and exterior photos
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Old 08-14-2016, 05:09 PM   #17
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For those reading this who are thinking about buying an Escape, boats campers whatever things just break. The Escape is great and we are always impressed with it, the roominess and quality. You could spend more on a camper but you can't buy a better 21 footer than the Escape. Nor could you find a quicker group to help if you have an issue.
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