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Old 07-14-2016, 05:20 PM   #3761
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I have a remote temp sensor outside under my curb side slide and it was showing 96 degrees outside a little while ago. I was nice and cool inside so I decided to see what the air temp was coming out of my a/c's. I used a Klein Infrared Thermometer and my rear 15K a/c air was 63 degrees, while the air from my front 13.5K a/c was 62. The temp for both was measured right at the air grill. Most of the air for both is ducted, but I opened the grill just enough to get a little flow through and then measured the temp of the grill after it had time to cool down with the flowing air.

I'm pleased.
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Old 07-16-2016, 03:54 PM   #3762
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I just did one on my bedroom vent. 3/16 drill bit, phillips screwdriver, crescent wrench and about 10 mins is all you will need. SUPER EASY!
Finally found 10 minutes today to install the second MaxxAir vent over the bathroom vent... just in time for next week's camp out.....
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Old 07-17-2016, 05:34 AM   #3763
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Ordered a new LED undercabinet light for over the sink. The original fluorescent fixture ballast failed 2 years ago and I wanted to put up an LED at that time, but couldn't find one "right then". So another fluorescent was installed. The ballast in this one died a couple of days ago and I decided to just order what I wanted two years ago.

The new one is 6 inches longer than the original one so it will light up more of the counter area, it has a multi level dimmer controlled by a switch on the fixture and it is LED. Hopefully a quality LED so I don't have to do this again anytime soon.
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Old 07-17-2016, 12:39 PM   #3764
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It was yesterday, but painted my hitch jaws white and the bottom of the king pin red. MUCH easier to see and confirm hitched properly when hitching up to come home this morning. Still did the pull test though...
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Old 07-17-2016, 03:22 PM   #3765
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First we hooked up, added a few gallons of water and a 10lb bag of ice to the black tank. Then drove about 15 mins to a local state park that has a dump station. I had time to dump and flush the tank real well.
Next I cleaned out mud dubbers (Wasp) from one of my roof vents and in between the slide and the chassis.
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Old 07-17-2016, 09:04 PM   #3766
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Got a coat of wax on the front in preparation for the upcoming outing next weekend. Also scrubbed the underside of the awning and greased all four stabilizers. Now it's ready to start loading later in the week.
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Old 07-20-2016, 11:56 AM   #3767
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I finally got around to adding a battery disconnect switch.


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Old 07-20-2016, 05:17 PM   #3768
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The wardrobe shelf collapsed and led DH into the wardrobe with headlamp and screw gun
seems that of the four studs that ought to have been engaged, two were entirely missed and the shelf was held up by wallboard only. Since we do a lot of rough road travel that was bound to fail

We ergo inspected all cabinets to make sure fasteners were fastened to a stud. Some weren't That could be a catastrophe

This is something that you ( and we should have done) should examine at a PDI
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Washed it and started loading for our trip to one of our favorite state parks in Michigan. East Tawas.����
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Old 07-20-2016, 08:25 PM   #3770
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Upgraded to an Oxygenics Shower Head, Added a "Bar" to my screen door, Put "Tension" rods vertically in the corners of both bunks and attached clip on fans (it gets very stuffy in the bunks, especially the bottom one) in anticipation of this weekends trip. Temps are forecast to be in the high 90's and our site is in the direct sun with no shade.

Re-organized both the pass through storage as well as the under bunk stuff in the rear. We've only had the camper about 2 months and I've "Re-organized" 3 times...
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