We took out new to us Coachmen to Nolin Lake and camped at Dog Creek (took the boat down as well). We got it all leveled out, etc. and let the fun begin!
Saturday morning, around 4 AM I heard the pitter patter of rain drops on the roof...crap! I had the cover on the boat but didn't put the poles in (Cause it wasn't suppsoed to rain) so I crawled out of bed and ran out to the boat (pouring at this point). Crawled up in the boat, got the poles in, crawled back out and resnapped the cover...Shew, that wasn't bad, caught it in time.
Back to bed and woke up about 7. Normal for us so all was well.
Then I discovered the hot water wasn't working, the oven wouldn't work and a few other random things that were off.
Oven - I have gas to the stove, all burners light and perform perfectly, but I can't get the oven to light. I can't even hear gas turn on for the oven (stick my head down there while holding the knob to light it, got nothing. Is this a valve issue, clogged line? Suggestions?
Hot water - I tinkered with this for hours. The switch was on green, the HW heater was lighting, but no hot water out of the faucet. Actualy, it would get hot for a second, then cool back down
So I finally crawled into the storage area (that was fun) so I could see the lines. Looks like there was a bypass open (from winterizing?). Got that closed off and all was well, except my kitchen sink still wouldn't get hot.
Crawl down there, and discover the lines are run backwards. The hot in the kitchen is on the right side! so of course I want to switch this so it's standard but ran out of time, so that's a project for next weekend. Anyone know where these lines would tap into? I'm guessing there's a T at the bathroom sink or something that I can switch to get theme right. As of now, my cold line won't reach the right side so I'm thinking I switch them at the T.
Last thing - the kitchen faucet popped off
Water went everywhere! I knew I had a small leak and was going to get new O rings for it. So I removed it completely (after shutting off and draining the water) so I can get it fixed/replaced and reinstall next weekend.
All in all it was a good weekend. Just need to get these hiccups fixed up. Luckily I'm handy and like to tinker so I can get it fixed, but would like some direction on:
Gas for oven
Water connection to switch.