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Old 07-26-2016, 04:31 PM   #421
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Hopefully your wife will be so impressed that she'll overlook having to do the clean up
At least that's how it works for me (sometimes)


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Old 07-26-2016, 08:53 PM   #422
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Just finished doing mine this afternoon. Tom the stain color is a near perfect match...Thank you.

My only problem will come later with my wife observers the mess I left for her to clean up! I figured it would be easier cleanup, since it's so HOT here right now, most of the wood particles and dust were stuck to my puddles of sweat!
Best mod I have done to date! My son loves the new steps... And I must admit I am a pretty big fan too.. hahah
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Old 07-26-2016, 09:00 PM   #423
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I forgot to take a picture before I left (it was hot inside). The only thing I did different was take a router to the top edges and round them off.

Thanks to another thread on here about the A/C mod and the fact that I have all the parts already here at the house, I'll be back at the storage facility after work tomorrow. It never ends, but at least Tom is WAY ahead of the pack!
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Old 07-28-2016, 12:22 PM   #424
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How do you take off the outside shower faucet? I wanna replace it


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Old 07-28-2016, 12:54 PM   #425
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If you take down the basement wall you should be able to get behind it to unscrew the connectors.
I can do it on my model but maybe you can't on the 377. Should be able to though.
If not then you can take off all the levers, unscrew the valves and unscrew the plate that the valves are attached to and get behind that way.

Taking down the wall is easier though. Plus you can check for leaks back there too and see what else jayco left sloppy.
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Old 07-28-2016, 03:42 PM   #426
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If you take down the basement wall you should be able to get behind it to unscrew the connectors.
I can do it on my model but maybe you can't on the 377. Should be able to though.
If not then you can take off all the levers, unscrew the valves and unscrew the plate that the valves are attached to and get behind that way.

Taking down the wall is easier though. Plus you can check for leaks back there too and see what else jayco left sloppy.


Ohh ok. I thought maybe I had to take the white plate off where the city water connection is. Good news! Thanks!


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Old 07-28-2016, 04:19 PM   #427
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I've got a 4 1/2 year old who plans on sleeping in the loft bunk. Does anyone have any idea on how I can mod the entrance above the ladder to prevent rolling out in the middle of the night? I think she'll be okay, but it's a big drop if she were to get too close!
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Old 07-28-2016, 06:39 PM   #428
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If you take down the basement wall you should be able to get behind it to unscrew the connectors.
I can do it on my model but maybe you can't on the 377. Should be able to though.
If not then you can take off all the levers, unscrew the valves and unscrew the plate that the valves are attached to and get behind that way.

Taking down the wall is easier though. Plus you can check for leaks back there too and see what else jayco left sloppy.
Take the panel off on the left side, from the basement. Held on by 10 or 12 screws, as I recall....
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I've got a 4 1/2 year old who plans on sleeping in the loft bunk. Does anyone have any idea on how I can mod the entrance above the ladder to prevent rolling out in the middle of the night? I think she'll be okay, but it's a big drop if she were to get too close!
We added a safety bed railing and it holds our 3 year old great. It has legs that go under the mattress and we just slide it back to the built in railing during the day and when she crawls in we slide it to the wall to prevent her rolling out

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I've got a 4 1/2 year old who plans on sleeping in the loft bunk. Does anyone have any idea on how I can mod the entrance above the ladder to prevent rolling out in the middle of the night? I think she'll be okay, but it's a big drop if she were to get too close!
My 11 yo daughter sleeps in the loft so I don't think I can be much help, but we bought an adjustable curtain rod and my wife made a curtain (out of fabric from Joanne's) to fit the rod/opening of the loft and she's good to go. She'll sleep till 10 am if we let her! My 8 yo daughter sleeps in the sofa bed in the bunk room.
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