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Entegra Motorhome Technical Talk / 2018 Anthem rear ´C’ lights
Last post by Agv58 -
Any have had issues with the integrity of these lights? Mine are loosing their surface polish, sort of delaminating, and are showing dirt/mold on the inside when lit at night. Any recommendations on maintenance/cleaning of these lights. To me it seems like they are prematurely aging'
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I take it out only when i have to do windshield replacement. I always install new with the new windshield.
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I have a 2019 Entegra Odyssey 24B.     I am a newbie RV owner.

Question for Group.
2 Low point drains located:
near Driver's side on outside of Rig
and
inside last basement storage on passenger side at rear of Rig.   Inside there are 2 valves.  Directly under valves/under rig are a small blue hose and a red hose. 

Wanting to know what each low point drain is for?

The Manual talks about low point drain and shows a picture of which I am sure is the one on the outside near driver's area.   Talks about opening all faucets and then open drain.    Is this valve used for winterizing Rig.

The Manual does not mention about the passenger side basement valves.    I am thinking those are to drain the hot and fresh water tanks.    

I have no way of knowing which valve helps to unload some fresh water if needed.

Thank you in advance for your assistance.   Susan
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Entegra Motorhome Technical Talk / Re: Oil Change
Last post by Ran -
I change mine around 10,000 miles or yearly.  Whichever comes first.
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Entegra Motorhome Technical Talk / Re: Battery Drain
Last post by Ran -
I dont know the specifics of your model.  You may be drawing more amps than you think.  Can you see what your drawing?  You may have to shut off breakers to eliminate some unneeded amp draw to make the batteries last longer.
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Start your generator.  That will charge your house batteries.  Make sure your inverters are turned on and they should automatically go to charge.
The tech guys at Entegra are the best to help you with all  of this.
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Entegra Motorhome Discussions / Re: Water leak
Last post by Ran -
I had water coming in the top middle of the windshield on my 18 Anthem.  Siliconed around the 3 marker lights in the center of the cap and it hasnt leaked since.
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I screwed up and let the house batteries get too low to start the house batteries on my 2020 Cornerstone

The battery boost doesn't appear to work in the the direction of boosting the house batteries
The Coach's chassis alternator will not charge the house batteries
I tried to jump the positive plug to the generator and the chassis ground with a battery jumper and it didn't have enough power
I've plugged into a 15AMP plug over night -- but that has no effect on charging

I currently don't have access to shore power greater than 15 amps

Are there not charging lugs for the house batteries to put a charger onto? My 2017 Anthem had lugs in the front street side compartment -- but I'm not seeing on the Cornerstone.
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Entegra Motorhome Technical Talk / Re: Entegra Coach - Brake Controller
Last post by Big Kahuna -
I know this is way after the fact, but for the benefit of anyone else

yes Spartan has a connector behind dash panel. It will have four unterminated wires on a connector. The thick pink is for the Hot, the blue is for the controller - and there is a a clean ground and lights. On my Cornerstone it was bundled with tie wraps and in my Anthem it was easier to find. All of the wires had labels on them -- except the Pink -- which again is the 12.
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Entegra Motorhome Technical Talk / No Power-Even when plugged in
Last post by DavidKelley -
I noticed that the house battery was 3/4 full, and the generator wouldn't crank. I plugged it in to a 110 outlet with the adapter for a week, and turned off all power. Now, I can't even engage the Dc power switch, even though it is plugged in and he battery reads 1/2. Is this just a battery issue?