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Old 03-06-2016, 10:11 PM   #6491
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Got everything out of the DP and de-winterized it. Watched it go up the road to the new owner (a good friend), only to get a call that it was down on power. We think we have it figured out, and I am going to order a few parts tomorrow. It was running fine the last time we had it out and was sold as such. So... I will do my best to get it right. It still runs, and doesn't throw any codes, but is just down on power.

Got the TV mounted in the bunkhouse of the fiver. A 32" TCL Smart TV from Costco. Also, got the Playstation "installed" for next weekend. The kids can't play it during the week, so I went ahead and hooked it up. I'm sure they will want to play next weekend (at night), and I am sure we will have some baseball teammates over at least one night. The PS will work out fine.

Also, got most of the home goods in the new fiver. The CFO has been working hard to get drawer / cabinet liner down. She also has the new mattress cover and sheets in place. Hopefully I just have to load it up with clothes and food when I get back from Mexico on Friday.

Looking forward to camping next weekend!


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Old 03-06-2016, 11:06 PM   #6492
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Not the RV, but finally finished the lighting installation for its new carport home. Not pleased with the floodlights because of the color temperature. Plus, even though there's 300 watts total I don't think it covers enough. Will be replacing it with LED lights soon. Now, if I can just get grass to start growing again the two 125' trenches I had to dig for water and electricity will disappear.

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Old 03-06-2016, 11:38 PM   #6493
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Put in a 1,000 watt modified sine - wave inverter. I'll see if a television is something we want to add to this little toy hauler. De - winterized the rig and we're heading out for afew nights tomorrow!
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Old 03-07-2016, 08:41 AM   #6494
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Is the seat on the 310 cheap thin plastic like on the 300 or is it better?

Was as easy to swap, as I'd hoped... Maybe a 15 minute job.

Stock seat on the 310 is plastic, but seems much better built then the one on the 300 - camping world does sell a wood/rubberized seat for the 310, but I don't think we'll need it.

Also stocked the pantry, cleaned and lubed the seals and slide mechanism...

All set for our first trip of the season; which is good, since we leave in 3 days!
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Old 03-07-2016, 10:01 AM   #6495
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Not today, but hadn't had time to post up...

We were planning our first trip with the new TT this last weekend, but the girls got sick. We canceled the trip, not so much as feeling sorry for the sick kids, but because I didn't want them projectile vomiting all over 'my' new camper.

So Saturday we pulled it to the local neighborhood park and set up in the parking lot, so we could put the new linens and stuff in. And work on organization. Oh, and so dad could test-nap his bed...

We must have been a sight, with the slide and awning out, table and chairs set up, and eating our picnic lunch, in the parking lot of a municipal pool and park...
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Old 03-07-2016, 10:05 AM   #6496
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Weather is starting to turn here, so I started ordering stuff for my spring list!

Ordered a hose and fittings to use my grill off the quick connect
Ordered a matching rear lock mechanism and cylinders to replace the 751 keys
Ordered matching Master Lock coupler lock and receiver lock
Going from 5 keys down to 2!

Have a bunch of other stuff on the list, but that'll get me started!
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Old 03-07-2016, 02:07 PM   #6497
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Ordered a hose and fittings to use my grill off the quick connect
Which hose and fitting did you order? I found a CamCo kit, but it has a 10 ft hose. I only need about 4 ft.

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Old 03-07-2016, 02:25 PM   #6498
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Which hose and fitting did you order? I found a CamCo kit, but it has a 10 ft hose. I only need about 4 ft.

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I ordered a 10' hose with male and female ends off of amazon. There are a ton of options for lengths. Maybe look outside of the Camco brand?
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Old 03-07-2016, 03:51 PM   #6499
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I ordered a 10' hose with male and female ends off of amazon. There are a ton of options for lengths. Maybe look outside of the Camco brand?

They also have a 6 foot Hose, Walmart has them for like $7.00


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Installed 2 Blue streak dispensers and a cupholder in the Georgetown. Had to give Carl at Blue Streak a call, as I couldn't remember if you could mount before the vacuum break or not. As it turns out, it works just fine although he does like to install after if possible, but with Dometic toilet it's not possible. Click image for larger version

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