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Old 04-04-2015, 03:28 PM   #3291
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Last two pieces made, sanding ,varnishing and wood buttons to cover screws left.
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Old 04-04-2015, 03:32 PM   #3292
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Last two pieces made, sanding ,varnishing and wood buttons to cover screws left.
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Old 04-04-2015, 03:40 PM   #3293
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Finished running the coax cable to the pinbox and rear bumper for the Tailgater. Just have to put an end on the rear coax to hook it into the splitter.

Checked the black tank clean out for a cable and found it to be a continuous solid alum rod from the side of the trailer to the valve. Great, no junky cable to mess with.

Now to find out why the awning lights just quit working. Just put a new set with new controller on in FL and now they don't work after 5 months.
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Old 04-04-2015, 03:55 PM   #3294
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Now to find out why the awning lights just quit working. Just put a new set with new controller on in FL and now they don't work after 5 months.
Goshen Rally guys located a fuse--BEHIND the wall switch for the awning lights--rather than in the usual panel, OC. It sorta surprised them.

They finished replacing my awning strip light and then replaced the fuse. But they under-fused it cause that's all they had on the golf cart. A day later, strip went out again.
The second time, they fused it at the proper level, and it has worked fine ever since. (The original replacement of the strip was due to about 1/4 of it not working on my then 3 month old rig.)
May want to check behind that wall switch plate
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Old 04-04-2015, 04:11 PM   #3295
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Goshen Rally guys located a fuse--BEHIND the wall switch for the awning lights--rather than in the usual panel, OC. It sorta surprised them.

They finished replacing my awning strip light and then replaced the fuse. But they under-fused it cause that's all they had on the golf cart. A day later, strip went out again.
The second time, they fused it at the proper level, and it has worked fine ever since. (The original replacement of the strip was due to about 1/4 of it not working on my then 3 month old rig.)
May want to check behind that wall switch plate
I think he has after market type. Sometimes a strip lasts a long time and the next one barely makes it through turning it on. The longer they've been on the market, the better the parts and assembly.
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Old 04-04-2015, 04:19 PM   #3296
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Added a gas pipe and installed a outdoor hang on the T/T BBQ and run it off the T/T propane bottle. It will also sit on a table using the same mounting bracket.
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Old 04-04-2015, 04:26 PM   #3297
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I installed a Key Lock (easy peasy)

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And my hubba installed a Progressive Industries EMSHW30C and set it up so it can be easily removed if needed (thanks to this forum)

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Now we're packing it up for Cleburne State Park, yee-ha!
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YOU did good Mrs. Evans.
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YOU did good Mrs. Evans.
Thank you OC! I had fun putting it together
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Old 04-05-2015, 09:58 AM   #3300
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Mounted my Dyson Vac

Mounted my Dyson Vac yesterday in the master closet. Started moving stuff back into the camper.
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