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Old 10-02-2015, 11:42 AM   #5131
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Where do tie in to the 12v power?

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I fed the hot wire thru the drain tube to get to the back of the unit....then found a 12V wire that's hot and spliced to it.
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Got all the water lines blown out and used shop vac to blow water out of sink traps. Bypass set. Added pink stuff to all lines and traps. Removed my water filter completely and connected the line back together. All that's left is to clean and put slides in for winter and move it to its winter spot in my yard.
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Got all the water lines blown out and used shop vac to blow water out of sink traps. Bypass set. Added pink stuff to all lines and traps. Removed my water filter completely and connected the line back together. All that's left is to clean and put slides in for winter and move it to its winter spot in my yard.
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Old 10-02-2015, 06:50 PM   #5134
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I feel just that way
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Old 10-02-2015, 07:33 PM   #5135
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Got all the water lines blown out and used shop vac to blow water out of sink traps. Bypass set. Added pink stuff to all lines and traps. Removed my water filter completely and connected the line back together. All that's left is to clean and put slides in for winter and move it to its winter spot in my yard.
Where 'bouts are you?

Camping season is just cranking up for us down south!
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Northern Ny 20 min from the Canadian Border. Last night was in high 30's last night and going to be the same tonight. Only got into the 50's today.
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Old 10-02-2015, 10:05 PM   #5137
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Run the slides in anticipation of the heavy rains and winds that haven't materialized yet.
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Old 10-02-2015, 10:11 PM   #5138
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Good thing your county road dept. didn't use the Dodge to fill the road side ditches
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Good thing your county road dept. didn't use the Dodge to fill the road side ditches
They do have some class, they normally bury the Dodges and Fords where they can't be seen or uncovered.
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They do have some class, they normally bury the Dodges and Fords where they can't be seen or uncovered.
That must be in that grave yard above your property, that they finally got rid of that rusted out bulldozer. That was my maker so I didn't miss your driveway... Maybe OC WEST can move his trailer there so I'ii see something falling apart before your driveway...
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