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Old 04-30-2016, 05:58 PM   #3471
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Pulled it out from under the shed and washed the roof.
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Old 04-30-2016, 08:42 PM   #3472
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Washed the rig
Washed the roof with the Dicore
Sealed the roof with the Dicore
UV protected it.
Wash and waxed the exterior



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Old 04-30-2016, 09:30 PM   #3473
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Today I went to my seasonal site (new 38fdds delivered last week) to work on a few things. I connected the water and sewage lines and also installed a maxxair vent cover. The park doesn't open until May 14th. Seasonal folks have access to their rigs but we can't stay there until opening day. Two more weeks! I have shore power and water so I also fired up the water heater and furnace to make sure everything was still in working order since the PDI. Now I can't wait for the season to begin!
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Old 04-30-2016, 09:39 PM   #3474
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also installed a maxxair vent cover.
I installed MaxxAir II vent covers on my new Jayco, and now neither of the powered vent fans will work! Jaycee is now using Fan-Tastic powered vents, which have a limit switch on the hinge. The MaxxAirs's don't allow the vents to open far enough for the fan to operate.... Now I have to order replacement covers from Fan-Tastic Vent.....
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Old 04-30-2016, 09:42 PM   #3475
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It seems like there is always something to do with our trailer. Today in preparation for a month camp hosting my hubby checked the battery to make sure it had enough water. It was pretty low so we filled it up. The 2 cases the batteries sit in though had a good bit of water from our typical Pacific Northwest rain. Took the batteries out of their case and drilled a hole in each one to let the water drain.


Loaded up the trailer with food and supplies and we should be good to go tomorrow for a month at Fort Flagler, WA. This is our second year there.
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Old 04-30-2016, 10:01 PM   #3476
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I installed MaxxAir II vent covers on my new Jayco, and now neither of the powered vent fans will work! Jaycee is now using Fan-Tastic powered vents, which have a limit switch on the hinge. The MaxxAirs's don't allow the vents to open far enough for the fan to operate.... Now I have to order replacement covers from Fan-Tastic Vent.....
Ugh.... That stinks.

I didn't turn the fan on after the install, but I don't think the fan in the JayFlight is a Fan-tasic powered fan. After your post, I went online to see what they looked like. Mine doesn't look the same. What is the diameter of the blade assembly on the fan-tastic? In the pics I saw they appear to be like 10-12? The blade assembly on mine looks much smaller
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Old 05-01-2016, 05:09 AM   #3477
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Gave her her first bath(yesterday) - a much different experience than cleaning the WH. A couple of things on the agenda before it rains today:
- Got the new tire mounted yesterday, so need t swap it out with the spare
- Get a coat of wax on at least the front cap
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Old 05-01-2016, 05:56 AM   #3478
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Filled my onboard gas generator tank. Gotta keep the Onan happy for the next day/day at Talladega. Then tomorrow I'm off to Panama City Beach until September.
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Old 05-01-2016, 08:30 AM   #3479
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On first trip. Mattress must be army issued. Its just a wee hard.. Into WalMart . for a 2.5 inch memory foam pad.

We're doing OK maneuvering in shopping centers.

Tested our brake controller at 65 mph today too. The guy in front of us going 70 just stopped; he had missed his exit.. last we saw he was backing up in the high speed lane.
"Ya can't fix stupid."

That's a good quote and oh so true. Glad you didn't get involved with that guy.

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Old 05-01-2016, 09:23 PM   #3480
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Cleaned and Ready to Go

Spent 8hrs on Saturday cleaning roof and applying protectant, washing the awning, and wash and wax the exterior. Ready for 6000 miles of bugs and dirt.
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