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Old 10-07-2013, 11:21 AM   #21
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I took care of the water issue by following another post. They used PVC qaurter round and glued it to the top edge of the tub. I did this and also siliconed the edges. I get no more water on the floor it worked great. Thanks to the poster of the suggestion. I would also open the access door between the pantry and bathroom door and check those fittings. You said it happened when not showering also. I would do the PVC trick.
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In Urbanna Virginia now nice resort. Everyone's setup looks awesome. Keep them coming love to see setups
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Old 10-07-2013, 11:29 AM   #23
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We are camping for Thanksgiving at Lake Hartwell, SC. We will meet my parents there for T-day in our 5er and camp for the week of the holiday. That lake is a halfway point for us to meet with our 5-ers in tow and camp together in side-by-side spots. We've done it once already for T-day and loved it so much...we started a lasting family tradition.
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Hello all ! We luv camping at the beaches here in Cali during our last trip ( Sept. ) to the central coast we left our lil 165 in storage there so we are planning to camp off & on thru Jan. Most of the time there is better weather there than here at home in the central valley ( warmer ? ). We also like to take a stroll after dinner & look at all of the RV's big or small. Our family joke is to see if we are the smallest camper there being only 18 ft. we usually are !
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Does this happen to you. You set up get the slides out, your level. Then in a day or so with the slides out you are unlevel. This is my first trailer with these deep slided. I really noticed it on this trip after the rain. Then you notice it with the shower you get that water run off out the shower to the floor.
In order to get our trailer level with the slides out we have to raise the heaviest side an extra 3 inches past level. Then when the slides are run out we are level. I need to buy another level for the front of the trailer and set it 3 inches different on the heavy side.
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