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Old 06-06-2015, 08:16 AM   #71
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Love the Mods DK. I also installed the Progressive Industries surge protector in the first wardrobe closet. I really like the shower mods and am on a mission to find the parts.
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Old 06-28-2015, 09:36 PM   #72
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23IKSS mod - rear compartment

When I saw how they protected stuff in the rear compartment I thought is was laughable. Those thin floppy panels that covered the pump and filter and valves. decided to design something better. It was hard to get the larger panel out the door but I did manage. I replaced it with panels that still protected the pump and ducts but also provided places to hang cords and hoses. I can turn the valves or reach the filter without removing any panels.
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Old 06-28-2015, 09:44 PM   #73
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Great job TeacherLee!
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Old 06-29-2015, 06:52 AM   #74
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First post, TeacherLee, but you made it a good one. Impressive job!
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Old 06-29-2015, 08:29 AM   #75
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First post, TeacherLee, but you made it a good one. Impressive job!

+1 great mod!


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Old 06-29-2015, 01:42 PM   #76
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Ok so got the Oxygenics shower head for my 23IKSS but screws seem to long compared with factory setup, so what is the best way to install it? I also replaced the rubber hose it came with because it could up and is a pain in the butt, got a Camco Aluminum shower hose in 60" so much better


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Old 06-29-2015, 02:06 PM   #77
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Anyone ever figure a way to put up doors on a Roo 23IKSS shower? Curtain is fine for me but the GF has issues. I am just curious what others have done to make it easier to use.


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Wicked, we recently camped in our roo, and as I was fighting with the shower curtain sticking to me, my husband shut the bathroom door and voila! The ceiling fan automatically sucked the curtain out into a nice puffy fashion without it falling out of the shower pan. Waaaaayyyy more room in there now that we discovered that trick! Now we never take a shower with the door open or the fan off.
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Wicked, we recently camped in our roo, and as I was fighting with the shower curtain sticking to me, my husband shut the bathroom door and voila! The ceiling fan automatically sucked the curtain out into a nice puffy fashion without it falling out of the shower pan. Waaaaayyyy more room in there now that we discovered that trick! Now we never take a shower with the door open or the fan off.

Great idea!!!

I also use the fan trick with the main door closed to get the tent ends to get sucked in, makes closed the ends easy to do with one person.


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