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Re: [classicrv] 1999 Southwind Class A 32'

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  • Don (MI)
    The monitor panel in our range hood ws made by Ventline and they were very helpful when we had a problem. Check their site to see if they made your hood.
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 29, 2011
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      The monitor panel in our range hood ws made by Ventline and they were very helpful when we had a problem. Check their site to see if they made your hood.

      http://www.ventline.com/monitoring_systems?b=1

      Don (MI)

      --- On Mon, 11/28/11, TX <txbx@...> wrote:

      > From: TX <txbx@...>
      > Subject: [classicrv] 1999 Southwind Class A 32'
      > To: classicrv@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Monday, November 28, 2011, 8:44 PM
      > The monitor panel on the
      > 'vent-a-hood' above my stove has fallen apart, and although
      > all my systems still work, I can't check the status of black
      > water, grey water, fresh water, pump & water on/off,
      > etc.   
      >
      > The panel has never worked well, started with a few minor
      > glitches, then one after the other.   I just
      > made a 2+ week trip in the rig, and managed (with extra
      > effort) to use everything, but only by either 'trying it
      > out' to see if the pump would run or heater would heat, each
      > time, and actually 'looking' at levels of fresh, grey, and
      > black water.  The last 'light' to glow was the
      > battery's charge, but it was wrong :-( 
      >    
      >
      > Does anyone have any idea about where I might can find a
      > suitable replacement?   I live in northeast
      > Texas, and have had my rig since it was new. 
      > Everything is basically in really nice condition, except for
      > that darned monitor light/switch panel on the ventahood over
      > the stove. 
      >
      > My tech here, close to home in northeast Texas, says he
      > will look for a replacement, a replacement hood, or maybe
      > even have to replace the entire hood.   I
      > googled for information tonight and found this group!
      >
      > Thanks for any advice, help, or information!!
      > Much appreciation,
      > Becky
      >
      >
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