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Old 10-24-2015, 05:40 PM   #5441
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I try not to leave outside lights on at night to disturb my neighbor. But I need to turn on the porch light so I can see at night when my dog needs to go out at times. Now I can see the right switch , also when we come back at night I'm tired of switching all the lights on inside to get my overhead light on Geez... Hard to see the panel in the dark. link for Espendydad....LED Convenience Courtesy LED Light - Six (6) BLUE internal LEDs - Waterproof, Compact 12vdc Fixture Truck, Auto, RV, Aircraft lighting , o only people I know that see at night in pitch black are the devil and walking dead, and OC, Sorry really don't know how to post a link, but that's it on Amazon OC all my outside light switches are on the panel and my entry main overhead. Typo cost was 14.00 dollars american.
That's what the dusk to dawn light I gave you is for, just dim the awning lights and leave them on. Never had anyone say a word about them or the one on the flag on the pinbox.
Plus, explain post #3 of http://www.forestriverforums.com/for...71#post1017971
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Old 10-26-2015, 08:01 AM   #5442
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Winterized the Columbus for the year.
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Old 10-26-2015, 11:18 AM   #5443
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Yesterday we got it closed up and winterized for the year. Finally ran my black tank flush for the first time. No problems there.
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Old 10-26-2015, 12:02 PM   #5444
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Yesterday we got it closed up and winterized for the year. Finally ran my black tank flush for the first time. No problems there.
Why don't you use your black tank flush more often than just during winterizing? The flush breaks up solids and help tissue and other gunk from solidifying on the walls. After it hardens, the black tank flush won't help much.
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That's what the dusk to dawn light I gave you is for, just dim the awning lights and leave them on. Never had anyone say a word about them or the one on the flag on the pinbox.
Plus, explain post #3 of TV blues - Forest River Forums
There are doing some serious logg'n and cut all the 'shade' trees down?....
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Why don't you use your black tank flush more often than just during winterizing? The flush breaks up solids and help tissue and other gunk from solidifying on the walls. After it hardens, the black tank flush won't help much.
Didn't have sewer at the CG we were at.
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Old 10-26-2015, 04:15 PM   #5447
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Braved the 53 degree weather and put a red vinyl insert in the back bumper. Pictures aren't very good, but it sure makes the bumper stand out and is easier to see.

Most important & main thing is TOWTA LIKES IT!
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Round 2 to OC....game on! Is the flapper 'door' on power cord right side up?
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Old 10-26-2015, 07:19 PM   #5449
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Installed the Camco 36543 pump converter winterizing kit and winterized the A192HW. All went well and got it closed up for the winter. I just realized that I forgot to take the battery out of the smoke detector!
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