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Old 01-23-2016, 01:18 PM   #3031
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Thanks TCNASHVILLE and SMS115.

Beautiful day here in Texas.
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Old 01-23-2016, 01:37 PM   #3032
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We are camping. Maiden voyage with the new north point
Looking good Tom!!
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Old 01-23-2016, 02:09 PM   #3033
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We are camping. Maiden voyage with the new north point
What a beauty. I am jealous. I could be at the Sherwood Forest Faire today in my new TT.

Oh, well. Keep the pictures coming. I like.

A walk through video if you get really bored.
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Old 01-23-2016, 03:15 PM   #3035
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What a beauty. I am jealous. I could be at the Sherwood Forest Faire today in my new TT.



Oh, well. Keep the pictures coming. I like.



A walk through video if you get really bored.

Thank you Fairenatic!
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Old 01-23-2016, 03:58 PM   #3036
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We are camping. Maiden voyage with the new north point
That is great. Glad you're able to enjoy your new TT.

Can't wait for spring here so we can start enjoying our new TT - it may take that long for the snow to melt that's been falling since last evening. So far on the order of 2 feet.

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Turned on the electric heat and set the furnace for 40 deg. It's gonna get cold again.
I do a similar thing. When it is going to get below freezing a lot and for more than just an hour or two, I unhook my water hose and pressure regulator and operate on internal water. I set my thermostat on 60'ish with minimal electric heat on in the rear where the thermostat is. This way the furnace will run occasionally and keep heat in the underbelly area. I hibernate up in the bedroom with the door closed and a small cube heater in my dresser. I'm all nice and toasty and nothing freezes. I have done this down to 8 degrees with zero problems.

Fingers crossed however.
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Picked it up from my dealer, TEAMRVINC in Albany, GA. Had a new surge guard 50 amp unit replaced and a new satellite outlet installed right next to my receiver. Surge guard was placed in a much better location behind basement storage wall instead of right behind inverter, pushing it out from the pressure of all the wires bunched up! Pulled it home in 30-40 mph wind gusts at a steady 55 mph and hardly even noticed the wind. I was impressed with the aerodynamics of this unit! Also impressed with the work from TEAMRVINC. Beautiful job rearranging things, especially the new outlet for my satellite receiver!
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Looked out the window at it and watched the ice begin to melt off the roof. On about 1/2" of ice here, no snow. Come on spring, I'm ready to head out.
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