With our ’16 Keystone 324CG, there are two clean-out ports under the rig requiring storing extra sewer hoses which we didn’t have to do before. But space is at a premium on this rig with only one area to store such items. This is our solution to the problem, which isn’t a fresh idea… but we chose to install it a little differently. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!
The really cool feature for 2016 which controls all of our lights, slide-outs, water heater, liquid tanks status, pretty much everything that is electrical, has stopped working. I removed power from the panel and the BCM and nothing will come up. This happened around the time I let the coach batteries drain almost completely, so don’t do that I guess? Maybe I should’ve just used the battery disconnect.
I emailed ASA Electronics who are very friendly and responsive and they quickly verified that the panel is dead and shipped out a replacement to our local RV dealership’s repair center. I didn’t even have to get Keystone involved! Fours days downtime and a quick swap and now we’re back to normal. Yay!
In this is Upgrade I add a shop-light in the garage with motion detection. It was pretty straight forward except for not finding the wall studs in the right location. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!
In this upgrade I decide to use a mobile free-standing air conditioner I borrowed from my shop at home as a 2nd A/C for the RV this summer. Since I already own it, why not give it a try?
If it works it’s far less expensive than a roof mounted unit! But figuring out how to exhaust the hot air was a bit interesting. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!
We got tired kicking the tire around in the garage after taking it off of the rear bumper mount. So we purchased an underslung tire mount and put the spare safely under the RV. Please take a look at the installation in the Upgrades section!