We don't use any water systems in our camper.
We use bottle water or just use a hose on the spigot for the site.
The sink is so darn small it's near useless, we use the sink to store little things. i.e. flashlights, keys, wallets ect.
If you have a volt meter, place it on the battery and measure the voltage with no lights, one light and both.
If the voltage drops you have a problem. Could be a weak battery, but more investigation needs to happen to be sure.
I used to, but since our last upgrade I've stopped looking. It used to be a passion, but now I think I like our PUP so much I don't look around any more. Same thing with the DW, once I found her I stopped looking for a new one, although I still do watch them drive by......
Bought PUP Is in 2010. In Spring 2011 dealer had to replace battery (because I left it on camper over winter). I use the camper even in the winter months, I live in NC. The coldest it got this winter is 28 degrees.
Now I go to use the camper this w/e and the one year old battery...
In 1967 my parents rented a PUP to go to the York Beach ME for a week. We all liked it so much we ordered our Starcraft PUP the day we got home.
We used it mostly to travle to the beach and Canada, not really to "camp" as in roughing it in the woods.
I've tent camped all my adult life, when...
We have a Rockwood made by the same company. I think the 176 is the small basic model. We had the same floor plan for 2 years and loved it.
My dealer quotes $850 to add air. I can't imagine a PUP without it.
We're planning a trip to the NC Outer Banks for the summer of 2011. We typically use State Parks with fairly natural surroundings as opposed to 10' camper on a 20' wide spot.
We need 30 amp electrical but don't need water. Lookiing for any natural setting campgrounds.