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2018 Redwood M-3401 RL
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Year 2018
Make Redwood
Model M-3401 RL
Length 36ft 9in
2018 Redwood M-3401 RL
Basic Info Can have 6 for Coctails, 4 for Dinner and 2 for over night
It's just really nice
Exterior
Is beautiful

Interior
Residential Fridge
Made a queen bed out of a king

Tow Vehicle
2019 GMC Denali Duramax 2500

Favorite Camping Destinations
Custer SD
Storm Lake Iowa
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Old 09-05-2019, 04:31 AM   #2
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Nice looking setup!
At the risk of being called the weight police I hope that's a misprint on the tow vehicle, should it be 3500? Not sure there's any Redwood models that wouldn't overload a 3/4 ton.
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Hi We have a 3401rl 2018. Will the residential frig stay cold while we drive?
Is there a diagram on the water system? Thank you Wheelsjk
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Old 09-09-2019, 04:38 AM   #4
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Hi We have a 3401rl 2018. Will the residential frig stay cold while we drive?
Is there a diagram on the water system? Thank you Wheelsjk
If your unit came from the factory with the residential fridge it also should have an inverter & a dedicated battery to run the fridge any time you're unplugged from shore power. Just be sure to check water levels in that battery when doing the maintenance on the others.
Unless there's a water diagram posted in the library on here you won't get one from the manufacturer. Whatever your question on the water system just ask here, I'm certain that you will get an answer.
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Hey Texan---- explain the proper operation of the inverter. Do you need to turn it on and off when hooking up to shore power or unhooking. I am not a contortionist plus I'm colorblind and red light green light are the same color. Makes it difficult to decide if it's on or off.
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You can also turn off the refrigerator , I look up how to do this every fall and spring in the refrigerators owners manual. I leave the inverter set to low charge rate and keep the battery full charged all winter . I also do not run the 90 amp converter unless the slides or landing gear are going o be moved
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Hey Texan---- explain the proper operation of the inverter. Do you need to turn it on and off when hooking up to shore power or unhooking. I am not a contortionist plus I'm colorblind and red light green light are the same color. Makes it difficult to decide if it's on or off.
Don't have a residential fridge or an invertor, only basic knowledge of what the inverter does. I think they automatically switch to shore power once plugged in & back on once unplugged so you shouldn't have to constantly turn it on or off. Hopefully someone with more information than I will chime in.
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Thanks that was my understanding but ---------
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Thanks that was my understanding but ---------
I have never turned mine off. It is designed with a transfer switch so when on shore power it flows through on 120v when unplugged it switches to the batteries to feed 120v to the fridge or whatever
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