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Old 04-07-2014, 05:30 PM   #341
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finally got a warm enough weekend to go to the campsite and dewinterize and open the trailer. wife cleaned and organized the inside and i worked on the outside. i really wanted to power wash the roof,but i think i'll save that job for a warmer,(above 55 ) weekend. one job i was excited to do was to install the LED strip on the trailer under the awning. wiring and install went well except that when i was finished,the lights didn't work !. seems that the remote receiver for these lights are polarity sensitive. since i wired them into the 12v step light all i had to do was to switch my wiring. once i did that they worked like a charm.
then there is the mouse issue,(saw droppings but no mouse). that is my next project........to find where they are getting in !
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Old 04-07-2014, 07:07 PM   #342
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I installed the brackets I ordered from OC, bought two of the four polls I needed. Last two Lowes had. Painted the polls to match the brackets and awning supports. Waiting for the earth anchors to come in that i ordered, already have the ratchet straps.
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NOTHING, watched the rain run off it as we left to go to TOWTA's dr's appt and lunch. Chilly & rain here in Concord, NC
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Old 04-07-2014, 07:24 PM   #344
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Not often you do nothing OC, enjoy it.
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Au contraire, more and more I do nothing and am getting good at it. Old gljurcyzk is a good teacher.
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NOTHING, watched the rain run off it as we left to go to TOWTA's dr's appt and lunch. Chilly & rain here in Concord, NC

What does TOWTA stand for?
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Old 04-07-2014, 08:50 PM   #349
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I finally got the nerve to drill in the side of the camper to mount the center awning support. Took me longer standing on the ladder building the confidence then it did to actually install
Also got the ball level mounted on the pin finally. It wasn't near as nerve racking drilling into that for some reason.
Which awning support did you go with and what are your thoughts on its functionality?
I'm still debating on which one to get for my TT.

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Put a memory foam topper on the bed and hooked up the Dish box to make sure all works before taking to seasonal spot for the summer - all ready to go ...just need groceries!!
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