Trailerman Trailers, Inc. Louisiana, Missouri 63353
Sold By Cope Trailer Sales 573-492-6428
24’ Tongue Pull
4” Drop Axles
14000 # GVW
Dexter Dual Axles 8000# each
Component Epoxy & Polyurethane Primer & Top Coat Black Paint
Break-A-Way Kit Brkt, Bolt & Nut
Top Wind Jack (5K); Set Back
2 5/16”A-Frame Coupler
ST225-75R-15” 8-PR Tires on 6-Hole Wheel
CROSS MEMBERS: 3” Channel Steel
Shelter Insurance will insure it as an RV
If located on property you own, can be insured by your insurance
company as an auxiliary structure.
Bottom of FormMaintenance and operations
Coated with Behr Clear Transparent Oil Stain with UV and
Waterproofing. Should be done every other year. Takes about 5 gallons
Need to be wiped with Food Grade Mineral Oil. We like “Howards” brand about every 6 months. It keeps it from absorbing moisture and getting wavy.
Clean up any spills right away.
Avoid allowing moisture to sit on the floor.
Sweep or vacuum regularly
Clean with a hardwood cleaner with a cotton cloth.
Don’t use oil-based, wax, polish or strong ammoniated products
Don’t use anything abrasive
Don’t wash with wet mop
Behr Granite Boulder (790D-4M)
Behr Sawgrass (N350-2U)
2 Kinds of Andersen Windows: Awning up top and Casement down below.
The windows are locked with the latches are down. On the Awning
windows, be sure you switch the latches on both sides of the window.
If you would like one or two of the awning windows to be an egress (exit), you may remove the screws from the opening cross bars. The window will swing all the way open giving you a 20 X 40 inch escape route.
Refrigerator – Whirlpool 28 inch wide 17.6 cubic feet with top freezer
Width: 28 Inch
Depth: 31 5/8 Inch
Depth without Door and Handles: 25 1/4 Inch
Depth without Handles: 31 5/8 Inch
Depth with Door at 90°: 57 Inch
Height: 67 1/8 Inch
Oven Whirlpool 5.3 cubic feet Electric Range. Model #WFE515SOES
Automatic Door Latch,
Cook and Hold,
Cook Time Indicator,
Keep Warm Setting,
Hot Water Heater: Rheem Performance 30 Gallon Short 6 year
3800-Watt Elements Electric Water Heater
To Change the temperature, turn the power off,
Take cover off
Use a small screw driver to adjust the thermostat
Heating and Air Conditioning
Amana PTAC unit Model PBH093G-35CB
LG Electronica Model WM3997H
4.2 Cubic feet Capacity
Put clothes in, they will wash and dry. The drying is done with steam
and then the moisture is drained out. It is best to hang clothes up as soon as the dryer cycle is completed.
Best to use liquid detergents
4.2 cu. ft. Ultra Large Capacity
Ventless Condensing Drying
LG Steam Technology
Direct Drive Motor 10-Year Limited Warranty
How to remove WD from bathroom – you will need to remove the molding on
the inside of the bathroom doorway. This will give you enough room to slide
the W/D out the door. Put a piece of cardboard under the unit before you
slide it. This will make the sliding much easier.
Towing Check List
o Check and correct tire pressure on tow vehicle and trailer
o Make sue the wheel log nuts and bolts on tow vehicle and trailer are tightened to correct torque
o Be sure the hitch, coupler, draw bar and other equipment that connect that trailer and the tow vehicle are properly secured and adjusted
o Make sure the safety chains are properly criss-crossed and connected
o Check that the wiring is properly connected; not touching the rod, but loose enough to make turns without disconnecting or damaging the wires
o Make sure all running lights, brake lights, turn signals and hazard lights are working
o Verify that the brakes on the tow vehicle and trailer operate correctly
o Be sure the trailer jack, tongue support and any attached stabilizers are raised and locked in place.
o Check load distribution to be sure vehicle and trailer are properly balanced front to back and side to side
o Check side and rear view mirrors to make sure you have good visibility.
o Check routes and restrictions on bridges and tunnels
o Make sure you have wheel chocks and jack stands
Prep interior for travel (see checklist)
o Furnishings – secure furnishing. IT is really important that nothing move in the trailer while you are driving. This shift of weight may effect your ability to steer.
o Hot water heater Door
o Bathroom Door
o Windows Locked
Draining the hot water tank seems intimidating, but it is really easy.
First - Shut off power to the water heater before draining water.
Turn off the cold water supply.
Make sure hot water heater is full of water before you turn it on again.
Hook up a garden hose to the fitting on the bottom of the tank.
Flip the pressure valve open. Check to see the water running
It’s easy, but very important that you do every step.
If you forget to flip the pressure valve, you might create a vacuum in the tank.
If you don’t open the valve where the hose is attached, the water will run out the bottom of the valve release.
Heat – Heat Pump with back up electric
Heat pump takes less energy to run and is effective down to about 40
degrees (F). Then the electric heat will kick in to really warm things
Air Conditioning – Once you turn the AC on it may take up to 3
minutes of it to kick in. Be patient.
· Cooling Capacity (BTU): 9,300 BTU
· Maximum Cooling Amps: 4.4 Amps
· Maximum Cooling Watts: 960 Watts
· Heating Capacity (BTU): 8,800 BTU
· Maximum Heating Amps: 4 Amps
· Maximum Heating Watts: 860 Watts
· Heat: Heat Pump with Electric Heat Backup
· CFM Room Circulation: 265 CFM
· Energy Efficiency Rating: 9.7
· Control Type: Digital
· Remote Control Included: Yes
· PTAC: No
· Voltage: 230/208 Volts
· 9,300/9,100 BTUH Cooling Capacity
· 8,800/8,600 BTUH Heat Pump with Electric Heat Backup
· 230/208 Volts
· Electronic Touch Pad with Remote Control
· High Energy Efficiency with 9.7 EER
· Saves you money when compared to lower EER models.
· Easily Removable Condenser Top
· Allows for quick and complete cleaning of outdoor coils.
· This access for cleaning the outdoor coil enables easy removal of dirt and debris to help lengthen the life of the compressor and other system sealed components.
· Remove six easy access screws and let the cleaning begin!
· Easy Access Slide Out Filter
· Has a permanent polypropylene filter mesh that is easy to remove and clean.
The house is designed to be set on a pad, hooked up to electric with 100 amp service, but can be set up with an RV style 50 amp electrical plug (or 30 amp plug). With less than 100 amp service, you will need to pick and choose which circuit breakers to turn on as needed.
Electric can come in two ways:
Before you plug in any electric, be sure the circuit breakers are all OFF
If you are using 50 amp service, you will need to pick and choose which appliances to turn on.
Be sure NOT to turn on the hot water heater unless there is water in the tank
Water enters the house through two different ways:
If set up on homesite, connect to a well or city water line through this blue pipe under the trailer. The valve for this line is in the base of the bathroom vanity. Be sure the valve is closed (horizontal) if you are connecting water through the RV water hose line on the side of the home.
Water hookup with a hose, similar to an RV park, hooks in to the water line on the passenger side of the home. The inside valve for this line is also under the bathroom vanity.
If water is running out the bottom of the trailer when you hook up the hose, it is because you have left the bottom valve open – close it!
The incoming water is diverted to the toilet to the right and the hot water heater to the left.
Storage Tanks – Mobile
Storage Tanks buried
Behind These Walls
Look what is behind the walls before you nail or cut anything!
Starting at the front door and going counter clockwise
Wires at the top are for the outside light, ceiling fixture switch,
lower wires are for the power plugs on the wall by the work counter
Wires over the doorway to go to outside light and switches to the right of the door (inside)
Light switches and then down the bottom to wire the exterior socket
wires along the stairway wall heading toward the front door
wires behind the stairs (up and under)
Wires above the stairs
Wires along top of stairs
Coming through the wall where the circuit breaker is
The pole coming out of the bottom of the circuit breaker is connected to the box under the trailer
For the 100 amp service
Back of circuit breaker box
Bathroom wall by toilet. Yellow wire going out through the wall is to the socket on
the exterior wall.
Bathroom vent and heater electric and framing
Bathroom – incoming waterlines from RV hookup (in wall) and homesite (on floor)
Drain for bathroom sink
White wire is for the bathroom vanity lights
Orange wire is for the hot water heater
Yellow lines are for lights, sockets, and switches
Orange is hot water heater
Blue and red water lines going into hot water heater and then coming out – the red and blue to the
left goes to the kitchen sink.
The black wire at the bottom is for the oven/stove range.
Plumbing behind cabinets
Kitchen sink drain
Kitchen ceiling lights and middle kitchen socket
Yellow wires going off to the left are for the light over the sink
And the Heating and Air unit
14 inch centers
Triple plate around the top
Wall board going up above the AC unit
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