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Old 08-10-2014, 02:05 PM   #411
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Fastway Flip - came off my previous RV but I took one year to put it on this RV!



Fridge fans wired to the light. Did not have my wire cutter-stripper with me so there is a lot of excess wire there. The install has about 10 more minutes next time I visit the RV.

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Old 08-10-2014, 06:14 PM   #412
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I noticed the cap on your 7 pin connector. Is that stock or aftermarket? Where did you get the fan unit?

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Old 08-10-2014, 07:04 PM   #413
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I noticed the cap on your 7 pin connector. Is that stock or aftermarket? Where did you get the fan unit?

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Fastway products are excellent - I always keep a lookout for their accessories, and the 7-pin plug cap is one of them.

The Fridge evaporator fan can be had on eBay - here is one sale active now.

The assembly is supposed to hold on to / hang off of the evaporator fins with the alligator clip. Nonsense. I epoxied 4 tiny binder clips on the unit and (although one fell off) they fixt the unit to the fins nice and firmly.
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Old 08-10-2014, 07:20 PM   #414
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Thanks. I've seen the flip foot but never the plug cover.
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Old 08-10-2014, 07:52 PM   #415
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I also have the ball cover and breakaway cable. I do have the Chain Up but actually my chains are too short, I think.
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Old 08-13-2014, 01:59 PM   #416
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A few Mods

Well I finally got around to showing these...been spending too much time camping, playing bluegrass, riding my horses, and enjoying my first full year of retirement...

Now I know many of you have solved the toilet paper holder problem, and frankly my solution was suggested by other posters. I did want to mount the holder and the towel rack, and have them look reasonably attractive and factory. I am posting these for any new buyers or anyone who hasn't figured these out yet.

I was wandering through Home Depot trying to come up with a material to mount these items, wood or whatever, when I spied the PVC siding section. I bought an 8' length of white PVC trim material. Cost was about $13 Cdn. I guess it would be used around windows and doors to finish off an edge. It's about 3/4" x 4 ". It cut very easily with my radial arm saw. I predrilled the holes and then took my angle grinder to shorten the screws so they wouldn't protrude through the back. I fastened them with the 3M black two sided tape used to attach outdoor mailboxes to wood or brick..Click image for larger version

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I also took a couple of pieces of wood, a 2 x 4 and a 1 x 4 would be perfect, and carpeted them all around so the grandkids would stop slamming the bathroom door into the tub surround. Works perfect.Click image for larger version

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The final thing is the ottomans we found at Walmart. They fold and two can be easily stored under the dinette while travelling. When put together the can provide some additional storage for magazines, coloring books, video games etc.

For some reason I am unable to post pics of the ottomans. Net must be too slow this aft.
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Old 08-13-2014, 02:16 PM   #417
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Check out the Big Joe chair at Walmart for less than $30.00. Lightweight and inexpensive and fit perfectly at the end of the counter on the 27rlws or Rockwood 2703ws we have on order.
Big Joe Bean Bag Chair Multiple Colors - Walmart.com

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To prevent the bathroom door from hitting the shower corner, we purchase at Walmart for a couple of dollars, a white rubber half circle that back peels off and you usually stick to wall behing door knob. Works great as stopper for shower. Found in section where door stoppers are.
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I have one for the kitchen/garage door at the house. Never thought about that for the TT. Great idea.


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To prevent the bathroom door from hitting the shower corner, we purchase at Walmart for a couple of dollars, a white rubber half circle that back peels off and you usually stick to wall behing door knob. Works great as stopper for shower. Found in section where door stoppers are.
Thanks to Sharon's great tip I got one from Walmart and installed it just in time for our daughter / granddaughter's visit. The only "problem" is that because of its thickness it reduces the swing of the door a little. I may cut it down one of these days.
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