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Old 05-07-2016, 09:49 PM   #3511
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I hate the fact Jayco puts your main light switch in a little cupboard, so I moved mine today. Shower screen and switch took about an hour. If I were to do switch again, I would use a regular 120 volt house switch,.
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Old 05-07-2016, 09:50 PM   #3512
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Old 05-07-2016, 09:51 PM   #3513
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Backed into a camping spot with a spectacular view.

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Now 3500 miles on our little well traveled trailer
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Old 05-07-2016, 10:01 PM   #3514
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I used Liquid Gold on all of the cabinets in the travel trailer. Looks good
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Old 05-08-2016, 06:50 AM   #3515
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I'm lying down inside my Jayco, smelling the air off Puget Sound, and getting hungry for oysters...
I did the same thing a few days ago Bill, but I'm in Panama City Beach, FL. The oysters were great.
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Old 05-08-2016, 12:30 PM   #3516
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Got her back home and parked just before the rain started up again. So far two weekends out, and two weekends of rain. Hopefully not a sign of things to come this season. On a positive note, she's been thoroughly leak tested and passed with flying colors
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Old 05-08-2016, 01:27 PM   #3517
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Guys. What's the best way for dealing cracks in the plastic roof vent above the bathroom??? It's on for warranty work but they expect a month before repair. We will already be on our trip and back.
They told me I need to patch it in the mean time.
Don't want wanted getting in and damaging the floors etc.

I was thinking about a traditional roof protectant until they can replace it. It's almost like a rubber membrane to go in the cracks in the plastic.

It's temporary but I still need the vent. I'll probably do that this week and post pictures.


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Guys. What's the best way for dealing cracks in the plastic roof vent above the bathroom??? It's on for warranty work but they expect a month before repair. We will already be on our trip and back.
They told me I need to patch it in the mean time.
Don't want wanted getting in and damaging the floors etc.

I was thinking about a traditional roof protectant until they can replace it. It's almost like a rubber membrane to go in the cracks in the plastic.

It's temporary but I still need the vent. I'll probably do that this week and post pictures.


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I used Flex seal on the shower skylight on my old trailer. It worked really well
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I used Flex seal on the shower skylight on my old trailer. It worked really well


Thanks bud. I'll give that a shot
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Cover

Finally put the cover on it. Will only be on for a month or so, but decided to see how it would fit.
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