Thanks for all of this information......especially the note on the safety hoses! Any round about idea how much these cost? We are in Canada.
Is there some way we can tell if our regulator is adjustable?
If it needs to be "adjusted" is there any way we can do this ourselves since it will need to be done at least once a year?
You also said "turn the oven to pilot and push the knob in and light it" ...do we have to be pushing the knob in and lighting the pilot at the same time - or do you mean push the knob when turning the knob to 'pilot' and then light it?
You also said " When the coach has been sitting for any length of time this takes some time"...do you mean it could take some time to light the burner itself or it will take some time for the burners to come to full flame?
How long should we hold a flame to the burner before giving up...I don't want to blow the trailer up!
One more question I forgot to ask. The trailer has air conditioning controlled by a wall mounted thermostat - do we need to have the pilot light for the furnace on to work the AC? It has it's own breaker switch.
If you could locate an 'Owners Information package' for a 1998 Fleetwood Terry 29S that would be super!