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Old 02-05-2013, 01:59 AM   #1
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New komfort 2013 2000 miles no major problems bike carrier on back custom sat dish mount on rear ladder custom led lighting under trailer all led lighting inside looking to upgrade sound for stereo and TV has anybody done the upgrade and what unit did you use any suggestion would be appreciated
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Old 02-05-2013, 03:57 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum.....dying to see your mods would please send pics of the custom led lighting under the trailer......

Your not from Wisconsin AKA The Badger State? AreYou?
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Old 02-05-2013, 11:25 AM   #3
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Hi Shoefly - we love seeing pics of trailers and especially "mods".....

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Glad you've not had any problems! Our unit came with a stereo system so we didn't have to upgrade.
I'll be upgrading our interior lights to LED before we head out next.
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Hi Shoefly ! Welcome to the forum & Congrats on you new Trailer.
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Your not from Wisconsin AKA The Badger State? AreYou?
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Congratulations on your new rig and welcome to the forum! We love pictures here and look forward to seeing your mods.
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:43 PM   #7
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Newbie here, do the LEDs have the same lumens or brightness as the original bulbs?
We purchases our 2410RK last July, and so far are having a lot of fun with it. I haven't modified anything to speak of yet. I have a 13,500 BTU A/C which I think most of these have, but would like a little better cooling in the bedroom. Anybody else here with that problem? This is SE Texas and summers are pretty hot.
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Newbie here, do the LEDs have the same lumens or brightness as the original bulbs?
We purchases our 2410RK last July, and so far are having a lot of fun with it. I haven't modified anything to speak of yet. I have a 13,500 BTU A/C which I think most of these have, but would like a little better cooling in the bedroom. Anybody else here with that problem? This is SE Texas and summers are pretty hot.
Welcome to the Forum Texastbird !! on your new trailer. Not sure about the Led's in the trailer but i have them in my truck & they are so much brighter...As for the cooling my wife says it's cold enough in our bedroom but i'm not sure that's anything to do with the A/C...
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Yeah, ha, ha. I am considering mounting a fan where the bedroom tv would go if it had one. My wife and I are used to sleeping under a ceiling fan and like to feel some air movement. Even in the winter. It will be fun to hear how others with this model are modding it to fit their tastes and lifestyle.
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Texastbird ..welcome to the forum and congrats on the new trailer.

Colin AKA...FlyingDutchmen.....You have another place to keep the beer cold....
your brave buddy...

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Thanks Coops !! Dont know about Brave but Stupid seems ring a bell...
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Old 02-11-2013, 01:18 AM   #12
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You better do something nice for Valintines Day..... I speak from many years of of " stupid husband syndrome"

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Cool Replacing Burned out Light Bulbs on Exterior

Our Security Exterior Light on our 2410Rk Komfort has burned out and we do not know how to replace it. Any ideas out there to help me out? Please see the attached photo it's the light by the the top left exterior door to kitchen. Thank you!
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Just where the clear part meets the dark part you will see a small slot. Stick a screwdriver blade in the slot and gently turn it so that the clear piece pops off. After replacing the bulb just snap the clear piece back on.
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Just had to replace the bulb in ours the other day. It took longer to go get a new bulb than pop the new one in like Wanderer described. I thought about maybe putting a 1156 yellow bulb in it to keep the bugs away. Maybe next time.
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Thanks so much Wanderer! I'll do that. One more question, are replacement bulbs easy to get? And where would you get them. Thank you!
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Thanks Texastbird. I hope I can find the bulb locally . I'll try the 1156 bulb
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The original bulb in my light is a 1141, readily available at the local auto parts store.
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