Alrighty! I'm finally off the roof (yay!) and starting to trace my systems and I have a plumbing question if anyone can throw their two cents in? My tank is under one of the dinette seats and I…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dawn Michelle on Thursday.
http://www.doityourselfrv.com/install-rv-12-volt-ceiling-vent-fan/Neither of my two vents have fans -…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dawn Michelle Apr 22.
Hi all - Finally, a sunny weekend, so I began to tackle the dreaded corner trim job. Only dreaded because of the poor soul (as I cursed him or her for hours today) who thought it was a good idea to…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dawn Michelle Apr 11.
Alrighty, Rick F., yes, took off the air filter housing and found the Edelbrock tag. That was kind of nice to know I hadn't wasted your time! To bring forward from the previous thread you mentioned…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Dawn Michelle Mar 4.
It's been awhile, but fixes have been progressing at the rate of Methuselah.
Mostly because of my lack of skills and knowledge. How could plumbing be so complicated you ask? It's actually not. My rig is 21 foot - there's a couple of short runs and everything with a connection is accessible. A couple of back twisters but only because I don't move quite like I used to :-) For Lakota's young buck in the WalMart parking lot it would be a breeze! And, seriously, my…Continue
Posted on May 17, 2017 at 6:40pm — 11 Comments
Can I say yeehaw! I'm finally off the roof!!
The new ac shroud came in last week (Camping World order took about a week direct from manufacturer). Fixing the old one became an exercise in futility. I did learn a lot about fiberglass, though, from my mistakes. I don't regret my decision - it looks great. The old shroud is going to become a little goldfish pond.
So, confessions. I have come to despise dicor with a passion. Stuff didn't set up fast, I was…Continue
Posted on April 30, 2017 at 7:50pm — 2 Comments
Because I have a lot of things to sort out on my new-to-me-rig, as well as a limited budget, there are some places I'm going to have to make some compromises, at least initially. Juno came with two ceiling vents, but no fans. Decided that was something I had to modify, and I did consider replacing them, but ultimately decided for now to rig fans into the opening. This is by no means either pretty or convenient, but it's workable and will save me about $400 I can spend elsewhere.…Continue
Posted on April 22, 2017 at 8:09pm — 1 Comment
Pretty day today, but rain tomorrow so postponed (yet again) un-tarping to start cleaning off the corner trim to reseal. Some progress however - our handyman put in a new gate this week to make it easier to get in and out of the yard and he's going to quote me to put in a gravel pad and a carport.
Today I tackled the steps. The bottom one wants to sag forward, and it would take some serious metalwork to try to fix that at the pivot, so I bought a simple metal step brace…Continue
Posted on March 25, 2017 at 6:28pm — 3 Comments