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Old 07-29-2014, 01:10 PM   #1381
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Brought it home after a very mild weekend. Just got done draining water heater and storing til next time.
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Old 07-29-2014, 05:04 PM   #1382
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Relocated the low pressure LP port from the rear bumper to the side. Still haven't figured out what to do with it.
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Old 07-30-2014, 07:34 PM   #1383
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And the tops do get dirty in a short amount of time......so...you now know what I did to the WhiteHawk today.....will be putting on a rubber roof treatment on it tomorrow so the next time maybe it won't be as bad.....and we've owned this 2014 only since February.
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Old 07-31-2014, 10:22 AM   #1384
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Shut off shore power about 25 minutes ago and fired up the Onan. I know it is one day early for my monthly 1 hour run, but I have to work all day tomorrow.

It fired right up and is running both a/c's right now.
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Old 08-04-2014, 11:33 PM   #1385
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Raising the 5th wheel. Raised the suspension 2 inches, to increase bed side clearance, and increase ground clearance on the rear end.
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Old 08-05-2014, 05:39 AM   #1386
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I was drinking my first cup yesterday morning trying to figure out what was "wrong". It finally occurred to me that the ceiling fan wasn't turning. I checked to make sure it had power and it did. It seems the motor just gave up during the night. I guess after 4 years of continuous use it just died. I run it 24/7/365. On low pushing air up during the winter and down on whatever speed is needed during the summer.

My dealer is checking with Jayco to see if this model is still available from them and if so they will send me another one. If this model isn't available my dealer said I would get a check for the value of this unit less my $75.00 extended warranty deductible and I can buy one of my choice anywhere. I should hear back from them later today on which way I will have to go. At least changing a ceiling fan isn't a big deal. I'm actually hoping Jayco no longer has this model so I can go get one this afternoon and have air circulating around by evening.
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Old 08-05-2014, 07:25 AM   #1387
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Just curious, Ed (since I don't have a ceiling in my TT), is the ceiling fan 120V AC or 12V DC?
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Old 08-06-2014, 06:15 AM   #1388
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The fan in my 5'er is 120v. The light kit on it is the only lighting I have that is 120v.

The new fan works much better than the original one also. The OEM one was a 42" and turned fast, but didn't move as much air as you would think it should. I replaced it with a 52" with a light kit that matched my existing light fixtures. It originally had those 3 tulip lights that I absolutely hate. Bad lighting, ugly, and I had to use Loctite to keep them from falling out when traveling. Now they are traveling in a dumpster and only one more trip in their future. They should leave the park today.
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Old 08-06-2014, 10:33 AM   #1389
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Washed the HTT, and checked the caulking and touched up the caulking on the sidewalls.
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Old 08-06-2014, 12:56 PM   #1390
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Not really anything on the trailer it self, but something to support our staying in the Pup for the next couple or three weeks, while the electrical, hvac and dry wall contractors are working inside the house. Contractor wanted almost $1200 to install a temporary power pole with a 30 receptacle on it to power the PUP...........we'll be going with the twin Hondas to power the PUP. Was concerned about securing them and decided to just run them in the detached garage...... to achieve this, I'm installing a 1600 CFM exhaust fan in the wall down low with a rain proof automatic louver and installing a cable pass through in the garage door. Later when I add on my workshop that wall will be opened up. Garage door will be replaced and the fan will go up in the cable.

Now, I don't have to worry about the security of the generators ...the closed garage will deaden the sound even more and any build up of Co2 will be eliminated.........I love it when a plan comes together. Now to just finish moving everything out of the house. I swear ........ I need to go back to work so I can get some rest.
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