Travel-mor Trailer Sales

By: Travel-mor Trailer Sales  09-12-2011
Keywords: trailer sales, Propane appliances

We have everything you need!
We are your parts source for RVing with
46 years of technical service and knowledge.

Welcome to our environmentally friendly store!

  • This post and beam structure is constructed of 100% Recycled material.
  • The LED lighting used in this store is solar powered.
  • Travel-Mor Trailer Sales and staff are committed to
    Recycle – Reuse and Go Green!

Our environmentally friendly store was designed and constructed by the staff of Travel-Mor Trailer Sales during the winter of 2008:

  • Goldie Hume,
  • Mary Hume,
  • Kim Hume,
  • Melody Jamieson

Our licenced techicans are in the shop 12 months of the year ready to service your camper.
For all your service needs, call us at 613-822-1666.

Models 1200, 1201, 1210, and 1211

Installed between 1997 to 2010.
Serial numbers 700000 to 13085759

Models N841, N821, N641, N621, and 1082

Installed between 1999 and 2000.
Serial numbers 1038000 to 1099000

Small Gas Absortion Models

Installed between January 1987 to May 1995

Model # Serial # Model # Serial # Model # Serial #
442 01000-08255 482 00001-24398 EV483 01050-01319
443 01000-11972 483 00001-03518 874EG2 01000-03988
452 01000-11972 EV452 01002-10327 874EG3 01000-02347
452 01000-14302 EV452 01002-10327 875EG2 01000-24711
453 01000-05418 EV462 01000-01283 875EG3 01000-05696
462 00001-120909 EV463 01266-01283    
463 00001-05210 EV482 01000-01204    

Models N260, N300 and 322/323

Models Built Serial Numbers
322/323 August 1992 - August 1999 lower than 734882
N260/N260.3 April 1998 - August 1999 lower than 738527
N300/N300.3 April 1998 - August 1999 lower than 738626

UPDATE: Dometic Refrigerator Recall

Dometic recently expanded its recall on a population of two-door refrigerators. The original recall included some two-door refrigerators manufactured between April 1997 and May 2003. The recent expansion of this recall now includes the same two-door refrigerators, manufactured between June 2003 and September 2006.

Safety Tips For Propane Appliances

Recently our Certified Technicians received their monthly newsletter from TSSA (Technical Standards & Safety Authority). Included was a list of Safety Tips when using propane appliances.

  1. Camping heaters should only be used in a well-ventilated area.
  2. Only appliances that are vented to the outdoors are appropriate for Recreational Vehicles.
  3. Before using any fuel-burning appliance, check for spider webs, dust and other tiny bits of debris that can close burner ports and create a Carbon Monoxide and or fire hazard.
  4. Read the manufacturer's labels, service instructions and operating directions carefully. Even if you have used the camp stove 50 times, make sure you know exactly what it is intended to do and how to operate it properly.
  5. When buying new equipment, always look for the CSA International, Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada (ULC), Canadian Gas Association (CGA), or ETL (Warnock Hersey) symbol to ensure the product has been tested and complies with Canadian safety standards.
  6. Many cottages and hunting camp cabins are equipped with propane appliances. If you have a propane refrigerator, make sure it has been serviced within the year by a Certified Propane Technician. Servicing is important because lethal quantities of Carbon Monoxide can be produced by a refrigerator flame that is improperly adjusted or partially blocked by dirt.

Preventative maintenance is the key to protecting your investment and ensuring your trailer is ready to go when you are.

Whether you need emergency service or want to prepare for the upcoming season, you can count on the professionals at
Trailer-Mor Trailer Sales to get you ready for the road.

Keywords: Propane appliances, trailer sales

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