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Old 07-29-2013, 12:41 PM   #11
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I notice on the new order sheet (5/2/13) there is no longer a "(N/A with Unagard)" by the LED Awning Light. Hopefully you will get both, or I would think they might have told you something already.

We tried to order the King with slide in a slide, which wasn't restricted on the old order, but Rep called us right away and said it could not longer be ordered that way.

Let us know!
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Old 07-29-2013, 12:48 PM   #12
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We were told you couldn't get a king any longer by a salesmen

One quick call and that lie, er, ah, "workplace disagreement" was corrected !

Would have loved the slide in slide with king, but oh well - King is mandatory !
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Old 07-29-2013, 02:54 PM   #13
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Would have loved the slide in slide with king, but oh well - King is mandatory !
Redwood did actually make a King with a slide in a slide, and you might see a few still on the lots as inventory units. It was a notched out king matress that fit inside the queen slide. The rep said it just wasn't a solution so they stopped producing it.
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Old 07-29-2013, 04:55 PM   #14
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Agree - but we want the king because we have the same foam mattress in the rv we have at home, so ... and we measured the standard king versus ours and they are interchangeable !!!
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Old 07-29-2013, 05:12 PM   #15
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I wish we could have gotten those awning lights (and 2nd awning) with ours. I wonder how difficult it is to add those awning lights after the fact?




Back to original topic. I inquired about adding the lights to our awnings and was told that you needed to replace the entire awning as it is in the head that rolls out. They can't be added to an existing awning but you can add the type that mounts on the rv and is LED.
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Old 07-29-2013, 05:37 PM   #16
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Collindo, it looks like you pulled the trigger with Tony and Paul after we did on a 36RL after our Titanium, we got a 2013.

We didn't get the awning lights but Paul changed out all the halogen lights for LED's, more energy efficient and cooler running!

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Old 07-29-2013, 06:28 PM   #17
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I ordered and installed the awning strip light from M4, tapped into the yellow light above the door, so it is switched.

.http://www.m4products.com/16-foot-rv...april-special/

16 Foot RV Under Awning Color Changing Strip Light Kit with Controller
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Our Color Changing Light Kits are Brighter than most since they use 60 chips per meter where others use 30! We also use larger 5050 SMD chips where others use smaller 3528 chips.

To be used under your RV awning, or anywhere else you want to add some color. Most choose to stick these to the side of the RV right under the drip rail of under the awning. They work off of 12v and can be cut to size every 3 LED chips.

The Kit Includes:
•1pcs 16' RGB Color Changing Water Resistant Strip Lights with 3M tape.
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Lights can be controlled to display one color, or cycle through colors. Speed can be increased/decreased. Controller can also be used with a standar 12v wall mount transformer (not included) to be used with household current if you choose not to use it at 12 volts. LED Strips can also be cut to length if necessary every 3 LED chips. Remote works in close proximity to control unit so you can't accidently change your neighbors lights. Mount controller in a dry area.
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Ya you beat me to the punch :-0 I was looking at the one you got but you did the deal sooner.soooooo ordered new. got the LED changeout as well as the transfer switch for our Honda's
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Where did you buy the led lights and how expensive were they. We counted 36 halogen fixtures
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I ordered all my halogen lights from M4Products whose address is in my post about 3 up. I replaced all my lights inside except for the ones in the closet, and my outside lights also along with the under awning light. When all was said and done, it was several hundred but I feel well worth the money. You can go to the web site and figure what it will cost you to replace what you want.
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