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Old 03-23-2015, 01:00 PM   #2021
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Washed it and checked everythig out stocked the Booze cabinet ready for this comming weekend Spring Break at the Beach.
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Old 03-23-2015, 03:56 PM   #2022
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Cleaned up the inside, replaced the male plug on our power cord as it had a crack in it. Opened vents to let some fresh air flow through. April 2nd is first trip.
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Old 03-23-2015, 04:54 PM   #2023
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As promised PICS. A couple from the weekend trip. 1 of the light I added after getting back home
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Old 03-23-2015, 06:49 PM   #2024
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Returned the strap on tow-mirrors to CW and picked up a pair of X-Chocks with a rain check from the sale that ended last week. Yay! We may not be that stable but our trailer will be!
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Old 03-23-2015, 07:39 PM   #2025
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trailer parked out at my brother's place for now. Had our 1st big cookout and beer bash of the year last weekend. Cleaned up the inside, drank beer, made the bed, drank beer, the usual. Weather permitting, start cleaning the outside next weekend.
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Old 03-24-2015, 06:32 AM   #2026
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Today is get model numbers off of each slide awning for replacement. After 5 years in the sun it is time. Main awning will be replaced also.

Now waiting on the nephew to show up with a second ladder and daylight. He doesn't get up as early as I do.
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Old 03-24-2015, 07:29 AM   #2027
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Installed a new towel rod in the bathroom. One was just not enough. Also had the unit washed from top to bottom. Went on a trip in January, February, and March to the Georgia State Good Sam Club Samboree(Rally) in Perry, GA. Camping World had 24 new units there to look at. I think they sold 2 including a $300,000 motor home! Our unit is not 2 years old yet and already looking! lol. Great weather here in the Southeast(sorry all you Northerners). Next trip is in about two weeks to Lake Seminole and the Cotton Hill Corps Of Engineers campground.
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Old 03-24-2015, 08:13 AM   #2028
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I generally keep my FW plugged in for convenience/ occasional yard use. Yesterday, after several days of rain, it tripped my ground faults. By elimination I determined it wasn't wet power cords but rather the camper.

When I purchased this (used) I noticed the main power plug was replaced and then taped up where it entered the clamp. When asked the prior owner said he replaced it. I've wondered about the events leading to that but didn't ask.

Anyways, upon opening the two piece shell it was full of unknown junk, maybe insects made it their home? Cleaning it out I noticed one terminal was frazzled, not well secured, so I fixed that. Then I noticed a second similar one. Removing it I found the most hidden safety wire was actually shorting to the main lead.

Giving up on a quick repair I took it all apart, removed two inches of original power line and started over. That gauge wire is hard to work with in the confines of a 30A plug, but it's now operational and hopefully never needs looking after again.
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Installed a new towel rod in the bathroom. One was just not enough. Also had the unit washed from top to bottom. Went on a trip in January, February, and March to the Georgia State Good Sam Club Samboree(Rally) in Perry, GA. Camping World had 24 new units there to look at. I think they sold 2 including a $300,000 motor home! Our unit is not 2 years old yet and already looking! lol. Great weather here in the Southeast(sorry all you Northerners). Next trip is in about two weeks to Lake Seminole and the Cotton Hill Corps Of Engineers campground.
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Old 03-24-2015, 08:33 AM   #2030
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Did our first wash job Saturday. It went well enough, didn't take terribly long. We used wash and wax combo, so I hope that was sufficient. Unfortunately, there already is black streaking I can't seem to get off completely, even using remover. I tried vinegar also with little result. I'm thinking of Magic Eraser next.
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