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Old 03-30-2013, 04:51 PM   #351
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Flushed out the bleach water. TT is ready to go.
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Old 03-30-2013, 06:45 PM   #352
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Right behind you Crabman.
I touched up the Dicor caulking on the roof.
Tested all systems, pressurized the water, checked hot water tank and wife took a shower.
Everything worked well, no leaks. I went to Home Depot ands got a push button connector to shut off the shower head.
It worked fine, but wouldn't tighten up before running into the push button.
Double stacked washers and some Teflon tape. Good to go.

I put a rope of plumbers putty around three side of the tail lights. It looked like moisture was getting in there.
Cleaned the lenses and put everything back together.

I put a cup of bleach in the fresh water holding tank, filled it up and ran the bleach water throughout the system.
Holding the bleach water for 12 hours before I do a final flush tomorrow.

Checked the operation of my dump with the portable tote. I hope the site slant off if I have to use it because the TT is lower than the tote.
I should have sewage everywhere we're staying so I may leave the tote behind.

Got a couple extra plugs for the hot water tank. Put in a couple LED replacements for the 921 bulbs in the TT.
I wanted to try them before replacing all. They look good. Was a little tight getting them wedged in, but good to go.

Pizza time.

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Old 03-30-2013, 06:48 PM   #353
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Went out to the storage lot to get our old grill out of the trailer to remove quick connector fixtures to put on our new Weber Q 120. Also talked to the storage lot owner to make arrangements to get our 5W the end of next week. Has been what seems to be a long, long, winter!
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Old 03-30-2013, 07:14 PM   #354
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Installed a knife rack on the back of a kitchen cabinet door, installed an additional smoke/fire alarm in the bedroom, installed a metal stove top cover (for extra counter space), removed the outside sink/stove set up (we'll never use that) and then foam-filled some open areas under the fiver however, Jayco did a really good job of filling almost all of the open areas in order to prevent "critters" from entering.
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Old 03-30-2013, 07:15 PM   #355
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Pizza time.

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All I had to do was vacuum, wipe down surface areas, and load the cabinets before I got pizza!! Lol! Doug, you worked way too hard for yours!
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Old 03-30-2013, 07:35 PM   #356
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I measured for an accordion door and made this sign for our campsite.

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Old 03-30-2013, 08:03 PM   #357
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Re: What Did You Do To Your Jayco TODAY?

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I measured for an accordion door and made this sign for our campsite.

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Old 03-30-2013, 08:07 PM   #358
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Very creative. Nice Job !!!!
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Re: What Did You Do To Your Jayco TODAY?

I didn't do it to "my" Jayco, but it was to a Jayco nonetheless. Got a digital converter box installed and working in my parent's TT so now they have tv reception and wired it so they have sound through the surround sound speakers.

Also noticed, while going in and out that the steps felt "spongy" to me. A quick look underneath revealed loose nuts on the steps mount. Tightened those and solved that problem.

Now the kids and I are spending the night in said Jayco in "Camp Driveway"!
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Old 03-30-2013, 08:18 PM   #360
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All I had to do was vacuum, wipe down surface areas, and load the cabinets before I got pizza!! Lol! Doug, you worked way too hard for yours!
Yes I did Kim. Hopefully I'll have less work the rest of the year lol
I just had to go through every system while I have all my tools and resources available.
Hitting the road soon and don't want to overlook anything I can fix now.

Pizza was good :-)

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