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Old 06-20-2012, 06:21 PM   #1
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my class a motor home winnebago itasca is giving me a problem with the windshield wipers....water is supposed to be coming out of blades but is coming out at different places has anyone have this problem and a solution
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Old 06-20-2012, 06:27 PM   #2
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Hoby,

As this is a forum for molded fiberglass towable RV's, your question may be better answered at another site dedicated to motor-homes.
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Old 06-20-2012, 06:49 PM   #3
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Hello Hoby, I can't say I have every seen a windshield washer built into the wiper. Wish I could help. Sorry, Raz
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Old 06-20-2012, 06:54 PM   #4
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The only one's I've seen that sound like that have a hose that comes up the arm and a nozzle that sprays above the blade. If that's the case, I would suspect a leak in the hose or plugged nozzle.
Hope that helps.
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Replace the little rubber hose.
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Old 06-21-2012, 11:56 AM   #6
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The odd thing about this site is that they advertise all sorts of campers but get their xxxxxxx all notted up when someong with something other than a "Molded Fiberglass" camper posts something.

98% of the questions and answers cover all types of campers and only the fiberglass, their rat fir and insulations are Molded Fiberglass specific.

When I joined the site stated that enthusiast could be members and that they did not have to own a Molded Fiberglass Camper. As far as molded goes, I don't know of any fiberglass that is not molded one way or another. Could they mean that it has to be built with a negative mold and blown in with a chop gun?

In closing, Just be friendly like a "Good Sam" member would and give the best advice you are capeable of.
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In closing, I think it is RUDE to be Up Tight about someone asking a question when they have a stick built, motorhome, etc. Just be friendly like a "Good Sam" member would and give the best advice you are capeable of.
Um, I apologize. My intent was only to let the original poster know that there are probably better sources of information on sites that are focused on his type of RV.
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I don't think what you said was rude. I took as more helpful than anything else. Maybe we need to have a links section that we can point people that come here looking for information about Motor Homes, and Nonfiberglass trailers. Something specific to other types of RVs.
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Now, Boys!! Let's all play nice. No one sounds rude to me.

After all, rudeness is in the mind of the beholder!
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A "Good Sam" is always heplful.
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