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Old 09-11-2012, 05:00 PM   #11
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Sorry for the late question, but can you share where you located the extra door fronts, or if you just made them locally?
I went to a local cabinet shop and had them made.
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Old 09-14-2012, 09:00 AM   #12
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Like your mods, especially 18 and 21. On 23, when I added some shelves to my cupboards etc. I discovered if I took a drawer into the local Sherwin Williams paint store they could shoot the stain color on the drawer. I bought a quart of stain and it matched the rest of the cupboards perfectly. I knew they could do it with paint but wasn't sure they could do it with stain.

I like the 22FB. I didn't see that model until after I purchased my 19RD. Sometimes it is inconvenient with the bed in the front corner with the 19RD. Otherwise we like it.
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Old 07-30-2014, 06:55 AM   #13
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Here is an updated list of mods:

24. Replaced all incandescent lights with LED's.
25. Added RGB LED light strip under the rain gutter.
26. Replaced all of the string suspended blinds with Levolor mini blinds. (Strings were failing)
27. Added wireless display for inside, outside, refrigerator, freezer temperature and humidity.
28. Cable/satellite switch to allow outside cable connector to work for both without disconnecting/reconnecting jumpers.
29. Added a $15.00 wireless door chime.
30. Added air accumulator bottle to stop water pump short-cycling.
31. Added 12 ohm 5 watt resistor to range vent fan. Lost a little air flow. Lost a lot of noise.
32. Replaced the el-cheapo air admittance valves (grey water tank vents) with Studor Mini-Vents. No more stink.

Not mods but added items
1. Progressive Industries PT-30 electrical management system
2. Watts 263A adjustable water pressure regulator with supply and regulated pressure gauges.
3. Align-A-Site satellite dish alignment tool.
4. PowerMaster VC-30 autoformer. Povides a 12% boost in voltage.
5. 150 watt pure sine wave inverter. Mainly for the satellite receiver.
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Old 08-05-2014, 12:38 PM   #14
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Installed a rack/shelf for shoes etc by the door:
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