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Old 07-11-2014, 07:28 AM   #1321
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What did you use to wash your roof?
Murphy's Oil Soap...that'"s what the Alpha-Ply paper that was with all the instruction manuals mentioned.

And a soft foam pad....a breeze
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Old 07-11-2014, 09:27 AM   #1322
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Hitchin up and taking her back to the dealer for some warranty work - Delivered last month and 1 trip under our belt, we found some work needed...... Door won't close tight or lock, and surfacing on countertop is coming up a little.. Will have them install a television mount while they have it. Just bought a 26" that will work perfect there..
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Old 07-11-2014, 10:38 AM   #1323
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Brought the TT home to prep for upcoming trip. Waxed the entire outside of the unit. Had washed it with some Camco RV wash/wax and was quite disappointed with the results. Didn't remove any streaks, and I resorted to using my Meguiar's quick detailer wax. Worked like a dream, but lots of manual labor, which I'm not fond of these days. Spruced up the decals, which were already starting to look dull after only 2 months of ownership.

Recently installed 24" TV in BR. Added blu-ray player with built-in wi-fi capabilities. Now when wi-fi is available, we can watch Netflix, etc. Tested it here in the driveway. Nice!!! The stock Jensen unit and speakers that are installed in our TT are something straight from the '90s. Speakers are being upgraded soon.

Torqued wheels and gauged tires. Can't wait to hit the road!!!

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Old 07-11-2014, 12:58 PM   #1324
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Haven't done it yet, but will tackle it this weekend, will be sealing all the exposed wood and plywood in the storage areas with a clear waterbased acrylic sealer.........then a good wash and wax job. You would think such a minor detail during fabrication would be just common sense with Jayco.......
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Old 07-11-2014, 01:01 PM   #1325
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Put JT Strongarms on the front. They won't fit on the rear unless I drill into the installed hitch, which I was not of a mind to do. Swapped out the stock group 24 dual purpose battery for two 6v golf carts. Installed a smallish inverter and ran a dedicated power line up to the entertainment center. Now we can watch movies while boondocking (why does that sound so wrong?)
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Installed bathroom vent cover.
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Old 07-14-2014, 09:36 PM   #1327
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Switched out some goodies from the "old" camper to the "new" camper and weighed propane bottles to determine levels.
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Upgrading to G rated tires, the E load range just don't cut it.
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Old 07-14-2014, 11:08 PM   #1329
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Rain is a coming closed the windows that were open for ventalation
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