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Old 02-22-2017, 08:12 PM   #21
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Hi Roger,Just returned from the desert.My heater was difficult also.Check the burner tube for insects.Also clean the thermo couple.cheers milt


Thanks Milt - I'm very pleased to be in touch with another 2008 Northern Light trailer owner. I never see others - not on the road, on social media or in RV campgrounds. It seems to be a very small group. I just posted a few photos in my profile.

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Old 02-22-2017, 08:37 PM   #22
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Thank you. It has an Atwood furnace and Thermostate. Yes, Problem Solving is the place for my question.
:Roger why not call the Atwood people and if u cannot do that then go to a RV shop and find out what to do or have them to fix it.
That way you know your not about to blow your self up.
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Yes, I agree - better not to blow up.
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Old 10-23-2018, 02:32 PM   #24
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I recently ran across another option for a molded cabover camper for your pickup truck; Bahn Camper Works.

You can buy just the shell and fit it out yourself. They currently say their shell standard package is priced at $45,000 and that includes, well, what appears to be basically a shell...

You can also purchase a complete camper with cabinetry and appliances, no expense spared. From their web site: "Custom build prices are usually between $115,000-$300,000+. Most estimates we provide for a uniquely designed camper with a full bathroom are $250,000. We estimate our build times to be between 4 and 8 months."

https://www.bahncamperworks.com/products/campers
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Old 10-23-2018, 02:58 PM   #25
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Hi, I phoned Keith @ northern lite #1 800 887 5342 with your question. He recommended. 1 Engage tiny switch on thermostat to ON then listen outside at furnace for noise TICK TICK TICK.If no noise check battery voltage, and propane. Good Luck Milt
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I recently ran across another option for a molded cabover camper for your pickup truck; Bahn Camper Works.

You can buy just the shell and fit it out yourself. They currently say their shell standard package is priced at $45,000 and that includes, well, what appears to be basically a shell...

You can also purchase a complete camper with cabinetry and appliances, no expense spared. From their web site: "Custom build prices are usually between $115,000-$300,000+. Most estimates we provide for a uniquely designed camper with a full bathroom are $250,000. We estimate our build times to be between 4 and 8 months."

https://www.bahncamperworks.com/products/campers
a $45000 SHELL?!? We can buy a complete Escape 21 loaded with features for the mid $30K range.
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a $45000 SHELL?!? We can buy a complete Eclipse 21 loaded with features for the mid $30K range.
Well... I think Escape has been "Eclipsed"!

There is certainly no shortage of ways to part folks from their money. Fortunately, contentment does not have a price tag.
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ooops, i type too fast, and don't always proof read. hahah, Eclipse. :-p
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ooops, i type too fast, and don't always proof read. hahah, Eclipse. :-p

Guessing you were star gazing.
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