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Old 02-08-2013, 12:27 PM   #21
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Stu and others with this problem; not associated with a broken gate valve, I have used a shop-vac to suck thing up and out rather than trying to force them forward.

Later Kenny
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Old 02-08-2013, 02:57 PM   #22
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Hi Clayton, I have some manuals for my Biggar...Oven, Furnace, Refridgerator, etc. Which one did you need? I don't know if the
appliances are the same in the Boler as the Biggar though.
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Thanks Marina!

We actually have a Biggar now, but I hadn't updated the trailer type in my profile and it said Boler at the time of my post a few days back. You probably saw the thread where Gina posted pictures of the Biggar we got a couple weeks ago... that one is ours now.

Hmm.. seems that I took a photo of the french data sheet instead of the english one, so let's see how many appliances I can translate to English:

Coleman 4312 furnace (fournaise a air chaud)
Atwood G610-3 hot water tank (chauffe-eau)
Traviller 184-50 stove/oven (cuisiniere)
Tedco TW444 fridge (refrigerateur ou glaciere)
Triangle 69220-07 range hood (hotte de cuisiniere)
Voyageur 33-1 ??? maybe the propane regulator? (recipient a gaz)

Are these similar to yours?

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Old 08-18-2013, 07:52 PM   #23
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Hi Stu

I also have a Biggar with the shower drain problem did you fix your drain? (MY drain valve works)
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Chris, did you figure out your drain problem? If not, there is no problem with the valves. It doesn't go into the grey water holding tank, it drains straight out. you have to put a protable water tank or bucket under the opening. Do you have pics of your trailer? I would love to see yours. Thanks, Marina
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