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I had a local KZ dealer do some work for me (seal wheel wells).  Probably helped that I had it done in Feb.   Depending on where you live, you may be approaching the busiest time of year for your local dealers.  If so, it can be tough scheduling warranty work for units they did not sell, regardless of which brand it is.   I'd be calling all KZ dealers nearby.   You may have more luck calling to the north where they may be a few weeks behind you as far as camping season goes.
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Product Questions and Recommendations / Where do I go for repairs under warranty?
« Last post by Jeff99705 on April 21, 2019, 04:35:59 PM »
I have a 2018 Quicksilver 8526.  Several of the supports for the fresh water tank were not fastened on one end at the factory, I discovered the problem last fall during winterization and while putting spray foam in some wiring holes/tubes to keep mice out.  The wheel wells were not sealed at the factory either, so if I tow it in the rain there are streams of water on my floor inside.  The bedroom mirror fell off the wall and broke.  The support for the black/gray drain pipe broke...I have tried to reach Sharrita Carpenter at KZ but my calls and emails remain unanswered.  Will KZ dealers do the repairs? Who can I contact to get results?  I love the trailer, have used it a lot, but wish I'd been told when I bought it that there would be no warranty.  The dealer I bought it from is over 300 miles away.  A dealer nearby said they'll only work on Livin Lite products they've sold.
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For Sale / Re: 2014 Camplite 16DBS For Sale $16,500
« Last post by Otter on April 19, 2019, 10:53:11 PM »
Here's a link to a few more pictures, etc.
http://sauvieislandimages.com/camplite/?et_fb=1&PageSpeed=off

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For Sale / 2014 Camplite 16DBS For Sale $16,500
« Last post by Otter on April 19, 2019, 04:33:13 PM »
We are selling our beloved 2014 Camplite 16 DBS. This is the all-aluminum model before 2015/16 changes. We purchased it new in 2015 and only managed four trips before health issues forced us to stay home. The trailer is in excellent, like-new condition and has been in locked covered storage the entire time. We winterized it prior to storing. It has a new battery and everything works beautifully. It has a big queen bed and a sofa that makes into a full bed. And, of course, the great slideout and the full shower. Btw, we never used the potty for anything but liquid. Never wanted to mess up the pristine smell.  :)

We love this trailer for so many reasons. Itís exceptionally light at less than 3000 pounds. You barely know itís back there. Itís all aluminum, so there wonít ever be any rust issues. Having had other trailers in the past that rotted, we went all out on this one to make sure that would never happen to us again. Weíre so sad to have to sell this, but our health issues are unlikely to improve, so we figured someone else could enjoy this practically brand-new trailer.

Iíll post photos below and will include the manufacturerís list of standard equipment. We also added a handy sewer hose holder on the rear bumper, so no having to crawl underneath.

Please call me at 503-360-6303 if youíre seriously interested. Iím posting this here today, Craigslist tomorrow, and RVTrader on Sunday. Thought Iíd give you folks a heads up.

Weíre in Portland, Oregon. Do come take a look.



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Looking for a 2013 to 2015 14DB or 14DBS with optional fold down bunk. Need space for 4. May consider a 13BHB or 11FK as well.
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General Q & A / Re: 110 v. 12v outlets
« Last post by K Syrah Syrah on April 17, 2019, 12:27:53 PM »
Ooh...that is great to know! Thanks! Iím going to check that out,
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General Q & A / Re: 110 v. 12v outlets
« Last post by nhlakes on April 17, 2019, 11:43:52 AM »
Anyone in our community actually have a dedicated 12v outlet for recharging your tech gadgets? Iím curious if Livin Lite just skipped this feature altogether.

I'm going to go out on a limb and suggest that more than half the owners have installed additional 12v outlets. ;)

Checkout aluminumcamperforurm.com if you have not already.  Most of the action here went there when LL was shutting down - lots of mods to read about.  Facebook group also has activity but more mods/technical stuff on aluminum camper forum.
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CampLite Travel Trailers / Jackknife loveseat options
« Last post by K Syrah Syrah on April 17, 2019, 11:20:39 AM »
Does anyone have any ideas for placing alternative seating in lieu of the factory loveseat? (pictures welcome)

The cushions for the seat and the back are different densities, so when itís pulled into the ďbedĒ position, thereís a pillowy side by the window and the seat is hard. Iíd like to place a couple of single seat recliners there, or maybe (smell the irony) a dining setup, or even get a more level jackknife loveseat. Any suggestions on where to procure said alternatives would be great. However, itís a fairly unique size, and Craigís List is not a good option. I would consider new RV furniture, or even stuff not necessarily intended for RVing.
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General Q & A / Cleaning the exterior??
« Last post by K Syrah Syrah on April 17, 2019, 10:54:37 AM »
I have a fiberglass exterior on my 14DBS. Iím searching for suggestions for the best cleaning solution you guys have used. Does anyone have a brand thatís tried and true?
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General Q & A / Re: Exterior door
« Last post by K Syrah Syrah on April 17, 2019, 10:51:46 AM »
Your photos look like corrosion. Replacing at this point looks like the only alternative. However, itís also a good reminder to all to thoroughly wash down your RV, no matter what material itís made from, ESPECIALLY if it was ever near salt (on roads or near the ocean).
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