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Are you sure it wasn't a carpenter bee?
Been using the Andersens about 5 years. Some of the best camping gadget money that I have spent.
Did you check for power at the end of the extension cord? If so and it's hot there, I would look for a breaker box in the trailer.
I recently saw a trailer that had the originals replaced with ones made out of aluminum diamond plate
Plenty of them on ebay
Ain't no way I'd remove a good working RV fridge.
That is exactly what I was thinking. Drill a hole through a dowel and put it on with a long bolt. Put a nut on both sides of the hole to hold...
Sounds like a jack problem, not a hitch problem.
Light a stove eye for a few minutes
I recently sold a 425 and 413, after months on Craigslist. I was asking $25 for the pair. I didnt think I would ever unload them.
I agree that I would start by cleaning the burner and orifice. I would also check the gas pressure. Just because it lights doesnt necessarily...
I enjoyed my popup for a fairly long time, but wanted more than a popup could offer. I don't regret selling it and buying a TT.
I put a Maxxair cover on one of my vents. I had to drill holes in the vents curb and attach provided L brackets that hold the cover on.
I am betting that a 1500 lb trailer doesnt have brakes and a TV only rated to tow 2000 lbs doesnt have a brake controller, either.
I have never used a sway bar on lighter trailers, but it can't hurt. I wouldn't pay $300 for one, though. $50 or 60 bucks will get you one....