Today we were able to get generator runnimg. We bypassed the fuel pump with a universal pump. About half of the cost and ran the unit under load fine for a 20 minute test. The carburetor needed to be cleaned of old gas with carb cleaner straight in the throat soaked for 15 min. Then gas would flow good.
The stove & oven will work. The generator needs the carburetor cleaned and the fuel pump adressed. Today the seams on the roof edges was coated with sealer. It looked fairly tight hopefully it will cover the few drips noticed at the carwash.
The Condor is still intact probably store the chamber with it, when we tour to Detroit...KnI will be needing referrals to cheap camping grounds and group Gathering Spot don't forget k the Navigator is canine
If you haven't yet, try the search bar at the top of the page. Type in Condor and you will get one hit. another resource is.... you guessed it, Google. I know Da! right, but if you go to Google and type in condor motor homes you will get quite a few links on the subject. Here is a tip; click on Condor photo's then scroll through the pictures and when you see one that interest you click on it and there will be an information bar that asks several questions like Visit Page. click on Visit Page or web sight and that will get you at least some insight and information that could be of use to you. By the way welcome to GORV's
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