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Older Model Lines / Re: Water heater switch?
« on: November 12, 2021, 09:13:42 AM »
I see that you have pretended to be a true LL RV person in an effort to score some free advertising.  I assure you that if I ever need the services you offer, I will NOT use your company.  Get off this forum. : >:(

New Members / Re: Sensitive smoke detector
« on: September 26, 2021, 10:16:52 AM »
In our 21 rbs we call it the cooking detector.

General Q & A / Re: ACF
« on: September 09, 2021, 11:22:35 AM »
Looks like they are starting to make some progress.  I see entrys from Aug 25 2021.  Hope they get it back.  I have benefitted from the many tips I have received.  Most recently we stopped an ant invasion in Fla by using white vinegar on all the corners where panels intersected.  Worked like magic.

General Q & A / ACF
« on: September 04, 2021, 08:46:18 AM »
What has happened to aluminum camper forum?  For the last several days, I get an error message each time I try to get on the forum. 

We have a 2018 CL21RBS Plat.  The shower drains into the grey tank as does the sink and the kitchen sink.

General Q & A / Re: How to calm your mind - covid 19
« on: November 19, 2020, 09:02:01 AM »
This is a site for LL trailers.  How to get them, how to keep them, where to take them, modifications, ect.  So why do we have this Pschyo Babble?

We have a 2018 CL RBS 21 Plat.  The shower drains into the gray tank which, when we are in a rv camp, is hooked to sewer and is open to sewer.  Other wise our black tank would over flow in 2 or 3 showers.  Of course we would drain it in such a circumstance but it not supposed to be that way.  At least in my trailer.  Does the sink water drain to the grey tank?

For Sale / Re: Wanting to buy Platinum 21BHS
« on: September 15, 2020, 08:15:20 AM »
If you dont want the bunk option then you dont want a BHS21.  You want an RBS 21.  BH stands for bunk house.  RB stand for rear bedroom.

We have a 2018 CL RBS21 Platinum which we bought new 2 years ago.  We have gone on 6 or 7 trips now racking up 15K+ miles on it.  The only problems we have had were caused by us such as not opening the water heater fill valve before turning on the electric heater element.  WE have glamped with full hookup and dry camped with water aboard and a generator.  The CL 21 had everything we could need except maybe more room.  It tows very well.  The aluminum frame and composite walls and structure has indeed not rusted or mildewed. I have read comments from the owners of the all aluminum units.  They love them and usually for the no rust no rot feature.  You get that with the aluminum and composite models as well.  Our platinum has blue tooth, back up camera ready mount, is cable ready and solar panel ready.  It has heated under belly though it is not a 4 seasons camper.  It has all we could want for both dry camping and for glamping.  In short we love it.

New Members / Re: Just purchased a 2014 21BHS
« on: June 08, 2020, 08:38:01 AM »
Yes this is a good forum for useful info however it is often hacked by people trying to sell something.  They do so under a fake subject that is remotely related to the topic heading and will include a link so that you will buy from them.  I have never opened one of the links and some of them are strange so I am not sure of the hackers real goal and whether or not is nefarious.  There isnt much monitoring of this site.  Still, there are good aspects to it.
Another forum you will want to visit is Aluminum Camper Forum which covers a lot of LL and CL topics.

This guy sells covers so I would say his opinion is compromised.
If you mean a tarp cover I wouldnt do it. I considered a cover for my CL RBS 21 and talked with my dealer about it.  He said not to do it because moister tends to get trapped in side and lead to mildew.  My dealer would have sold me one if I wanted it but I store my CL indoors.  The other alternative would have been an inexpensive shelter available at Lowes or HD for not too much more than a tarp.

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: Water heater
« on: March 01, 2020, 08:39:41 AM »
If it is electric, check the heater element.  Also check to see if the hot water tank has water in it.  If not, turn the valve so it fills.  If your water heater is empty and you turned on the element, you likely burned it out.  Check the manual for how to change.  Its not hard and the elements arent expensive.  Voice of experience here.

CampLite Travel Trailers / Re: Buying a 2016 Camplite 21RBS
« on: February 20, 2020, 09:06:26 AM »
We have a 2018 CL 21 RBS Platinum.  We have had no problems with it other than the one I caused by turning the electric  water heater on before filling the hot water tank.  This burnt out the electric heater element.  Very easy to replace and totally my fault.  There was a recall for cracks in the frame but our unit didnt have any.  We still had the work done.  We have gone for full hook up camping and for complete dry camping with a generator.  The CL 21 was great in both cases.  I do have the benefit of a great dealer in our area.  Gerton Auto Sales in Mt Vernon, Indiana.  We are planning a 6,000 mile trip in May to Rocky Mountain NP then on to Yellowstone for a week.  We look forward to it and have no doubt our CL will perform as expected as has up to now.  In short....we love it.  No rust no rot.

QuickSilver Tent Campers / Re: fuse holder broken
« on: April 28, 2019, 11:11:53 AM »
Not sure how my comment got placed below your question but it has been.  I was actually commenting on an entry that was in a foreign language and wasnt about your question.  Apologies anyway, though not aimed at you.

QuickSilver Tent Campers / Re: fuse holder broken
« on: April 23, 2019, 08:52:34 AM »
Newbie, I'm sure you have a meaningful comment to make.  But if your comments are not in English, few people will understand them.

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