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Old 10-01-2013, 06:15 PM   #701
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Washed the roof and sides of rig Monday afternoon. Today, I installed the TPMS sensors and checked/adjusted all the tire pressures. Loaded bikes and kayaks. Unloaded some summer stuff from the storage in preparation for 3 weeks in North Georgia and Western N.C.

We leave Thursday.
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:22 PM   #702
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Started the process of pulling wire for a rearview camera on a 322FKS. Tomorrow may be the day to install the camera to work whenever the lights are on. I will then go to the Ram and run two lines for cameras, one on the TT and one on the TV, to the front of the cab. Once that pair of lines are inside the cab it should be very easy.

Had to feed a 3/4 pvc pipe above the covering of the bottom of the TT to get a fishtape through and then pull the cable back. Did this from the rear to the rear slide access panel then to the front slide then to the tongue. Needed to keep it out of the weather.

The rear camera will be mounted on the ladder and wired from the brake light assembly.
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Old 10-01-2013, 06:25 PM   #703
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All settled at my home base after 260 miles today. 12.8 mpg.
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Old 10-01-2013, 07:46 PM   #704
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Hooked to shore power because the battery is low already (we've tried unhooking the negative cable and that doesn't buy us much time either). Put away kitchen things that we cleaned in the dishwasher and the new 1.5 qt crockpot and wanted to put up cup hooks but couldn't find the ones I wanted at Ace. Put up a magnetic knife holder, paper towel holder and a custom made (by dad) magazine rack that we use for kitchen utensils. Our TT is parked at the house but when we go in it to do things we both think "this looks like home - when are we going camping again!". Oct 25 is when...can't wait. I'll post pics of the kitchen when the cup holders are up.
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Old 10-01-2013, 10:58 PM   #705
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Fresh water filters were installed today, sediment filter and charcoal filter. The best thing I can say about water in the desert is that it is wet. I also installed a BAL chock on the shady side of the trailer. Early tomorrow while it is cool I will put on the wheel covers and BAL chock on the hot side of the trailer.
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Old 10-02-2013, 01:06 AM   #706
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Made a step so DW could get in to the front pop-out bed. I took the rear one with the dog (a 90lb.Rott) and I have never been cold!!! She's next to me right now and I'm right up against the wall. Good night all !
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Old 10-02-2013, 12:22 PM   #707
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I'm new to the forum and to my 2001 Potomac. I'm still chasing wires to get my overhead lights to work. I've lost the hot wire (I think) to the battery cutoff switch located under the sink and can't find it anywhere. If anybody out there has a 2001 +- heritage, I would like to pick your brain on a little wiring/converter help Thanks
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Old 10-02-2013, 05:58 PM   #708
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Pulled our new White Hawk 30DSRE home today after camping in it for the first time. Spent 3 nights at a state park just down the interstate from our home. It was great. Have a few issues that we will need the dealer to fix - Shower leaks between the glass partition and and the bathroom sink. Too tight of a space for me to even get my hand into. Had to push a towel in there to soak up some water. All other stuff, very minor.

Our 40 TV had your typical 3 RCA cables running into it. Discovered that if I just pull the left/right audio 'in' wires and replug them into the left/right audio 'out' ports on the back of the TV I can now listen to the sound via the TT speakers which are so much better than the ones inside the television.
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Old 10-02-2013, 08:12 PM   #709
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Pulled the rig out of our summer spot. Gave her a good wash and cleaned and lubed the towing bar. Still more cleaning to do.

In mid Oct heading to TX.
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Old 10-02-2013, 08:42 PM   #710
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First project to new camper is to upgrade the speakers. Pulled one down today to confirm what I knew from hearing it, its in need of an upgrade.
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