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Old 03-13-2011, 01:32 PM   #1
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key for 1988 sunline Sat. 2400

Where can I get a key to open the cover in order to fill the fresh water holding tank, I have the other keys but this one is lost. thank you
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Old 03-13-2011, 03:15 PM   #2
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Where can I get a key to open the cover in order to fill the fresh water holding tank, I have the other keys but this one is lost. thank you
That should be a standard CH751 key available at any RV parts counter. Almost every RV manufacturer uses them for all their outside compartments.

I've found that if you ask for a CH751 key for your water fill door, they'll know what you need. For some reason, if you ask for a part for a Sunline, they claim they don't have it. Silly, but that is the way that it is.
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That should be a standard CH751 key available at any RV parts counter. Almost every RV manufacturer uses them for all their outside compartments.

I've found that if you ask for a CH751 key for your water fill door, they'll know what you need. For some reason, if you ask for a part for a Sunline, they claim they don't have it. Silly, but that is the way that it is.
For that generation unit, it's not a 751. It's some special key. I have one, and it has no number on it. It's just a very thin stamped metal key.
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