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Old 05-31-2019, 07:52 PM   #11
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What changes have you made/upgraded in the interior?
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Old 05-31-2019, 08:03 PM   #12
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What changes have you made/upgraded in the interior?
Took out all carpeting..installed waterproof flooring in back, thick rubber machine-shop grade flooring in front...had all the couch cushions recovered, as well as the two front seats changed to leather from old fabric covering..the thought of keeping that old wall-to-wall carpeting in was horrifying!! .on outside, had bottom half repainted, striping removed..
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Thanks for reply. I'm taking out the carpeting, too. Original upholstery still in amazingly good shape and very clean. Did the machine shop grade flooring help to minimize the engine noise?
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Thanks for reply. I'm taking out the carpeting, too. Original upholstery still in amazingly good shape and very clean. Did the machine shop grade flooring help to minimize the engine noise?
Yes, it did, at Home Depot, large sheets I cut to fit after carpeting was removed!
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Hi first time on this forum. Looking for information about my class B, 2016 Coachman galleria. Trying to find Information about activating hot water heater and furnace.
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Hi first time on this forum. Looking for information about my class B, 2016 Coachman galleria. Trying to find Information about activating hot water heater and furnace.
Welcome to the forum!

Someone here may have your exact model, but to increase your chances of a good reply from some of our other members, more information would help.

Is the hot water and furnace Suburban brand or Atwood for example?
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These are generic basics, assuming these are propane appliances...
1. Ensure propane is on at the tank
2. Ensure coach battery power is on
3. For the water heater, make sure it is in operating mode. There are usually several valves that allow the heater to be by-passed.
4. Make sure the water heater has water in it.
5. Locate and,turn,on the water heater switch.
6. For the furnace, move the thermostat to a setting above the current temperature and it should come on.
7. If either appliance still does not work, Check the coach 12v fuse panel.

Be sure to know and follow rules about traveling with propane system running.
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Hello,thanks for advice
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