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General Q & A / WTB CampLite 21bhs
« Last post by NealRichard on October 03, 2020, 07:50:41 PM »

I am looking to buy a CampLite 21bhs.  I have wanted to buy one for quite a while and now I have the cash there are none to be found.  My email is below if anyone has one for sale.

New Members / Hello from smoky California
« Last post by camlong on October 03, 2020, 04:27:20 AM »
Just bought a 2015 QS 8.1.
Looking forward to getting it cleaned up and out for a trip!
General Q & A / Replacing Window
« Last post by Deist on October 02, 2020, 06:40:45 PM »
I broke a window.😢 The one next to bed and above drivers seat.
Model: Camp Lite 8.6
Serial number: CLTC8616G00990
built on: 11/20/2015
Can you give me the size, part number for replacement window?

updated price
New Members / Hello from NH! Just picked up 2016 RBS21
« Last post by Jeepinator on September 27, 2020, 11:04:41 PM »
Any members in NE?
CampLite Travel Trailers / Water heater issue
« Last post by wakeboydb on September 26, 2020, 09:42:47 PM »
Hi guys, any ideas on this. I have a 2017 21bhs. I always purge the propane when turning on the gas, by lightning the stove so im sure its not air in the lives. Here's the issue  - when I light the water heater, it lights instantly and roars with a blue flame, just as it should.  After about 8 - 10 mins, the flame gets weaker and weaker until it eventually goes out . If I try to relight it, I hear the solenoids and igniter but no flame. If I wait an hour or more, all is well again and mostly will be of for the rest of the trip. On one occasion,  it did this whole thing twice before operating normally.  I have cleaned the flame tube and orifice.  Its almost like the propane line has moisture in it?? When the fault is starting  the flame gets weak and travels back down the tube. You can hear that the "roar" has gone. A minute later, it will extinguish fully, until I wait for an hour. When the fault occurs,  the red light comes on next to the on / off switch,  as it should. Once it has had its "hissy fit" the light stays out and the burner cycles on and off as needed to keep the water hot.
General Q & A / Re: Heater
« Last post by Bejinscbr on September 26, 2020, 07:01:31 PM »
All the heaters are a standard model available from any RV dealer.
My 2013 has a Suburban SW6 D. 6 gallon, propane only.
General Q & A / Quicksilver 10.0 vs good pop-up camper
« Last post by Mariposa on September 24, 2020, 11:44:57 PM »
Hi! I have an older Jayco Eagle pop up camper (weight 2200 lbs) and I'm considering buying a Quicksilver 10.0 instead. If you've had both a good quality pop up and a QS, can you tell me which one you like the best and why?

Here's why I'm considering the switch: I bought the Jayco used and the previous owners did a really good refurbishing job - took out all the floors and cabinets, refaced everything, and it's really beautiful and fresh with no rot. But, the poles are causing problems, some of them are broken and we have to manually push them open or guide them closed, and the lift cables seem like they're about to break. It takes a good 45 minutes to set up and take down b/c of all the manual fixes we need to make. It's frustrating and worrisome. I thought about buying a newer model but I worry about the poles and cables breaking a few years down the road. It seems like the QS would solve those problems. As a single mom with two young kids, I need something really reliable.

Here's why I'm hesitating: sleeping in the Jayco is soooo comfortable! My kids and I love it. And I haven't heard anyone describe the QS as "super comfy." Having never gone car camping before -- only backpacking -- I shouldn't be so concerned about comfort! But now that I've slept comfortably while camping I don't want to give it up. Also: we bring along our 3 mountain bikes and that seems a bit of a problem with the QS (tho I've read some amazing ideas on the QS Facebook page).

I'd love to hear your comparisons, pros and cons, and why you're happier with one or the other! Thanks!!!
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