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Old 05-04-2015, 01:23 PM   #3741
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Replaced plastic two-handled faucets in the galley and vanity sinks with Delta single-lever faucets. Pressurized the water line to check for leaks. All is good!
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Old 05-04-2015, 01:31 PM   #3742
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DW installed new Reflectix in the 23IKSS bunk windows and I tested the new PUGS (they look great). Also, opened the awning to install bolts in the second hole of the Old Coot Awning pole brackets (they seemed tight enough with only one, but better safe than sorry). Oh! Also repaired the screen in the door that I accidentally poked a hole in when I installed my electric wall heater.

May do those poles on my Roo where do you get the brackets and do they bolt right onto the existing poles?


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Old 05-04-2015, 02:22 PM   #3743
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May do those poles on my Roo where do you get the brackets and do they bolt right onto the existing poles?


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They are great! OldCoot sells the brackets and you can get the poles from Lowes or Home Depot. If you search this forum you'll find a lot of different opinions on which poles are best. You can PM Old Coot and he will walk you through ordering the brackets.
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Old 05-04-2015, 03:47 PM   #3744
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Replaced the Oxygenics shut off that doesn't shut off with one that does shut off the water. Much better!
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Old 05-04-2015, 04:13 PM   #3745
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Replaced awning motor and installed RM800 IR controller....works good. I think it's a bit quicker than the old motor. Be taking the RM66 to Nashville if anybody needs one.... has fob with it and also have LED controllers and parts. Thanks again, OC. Save the old one......another spare! (above post)
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Old 05-04-2015, 04:47 PM   #3746
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Question: 20K# from 80 bags=250#/bag. Who lifted those heavy suckers?
OC: I think he meant he was using bags that weighed 80 lbs each. So that means he used 250 bags @ 80 lbs each. That's a heck of a lot of bags. I'd think one would be better off buying a few yards from a cement place and have it delivered in a cement truck.
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Old 05-04-2015, 04:55 PM   #3747
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OC: I think he meant he was using bags that weighed 80 lbs each. So that means he used 250 bags @ 80 lbs each. That's a heck of a lot of bags. I'd think one would be better off buying a few yards from a cement place and have it delivered in a cement truck.
Either I read it wrong or he edited it from the first post. Probably the first, usually is.
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Old 05-04-2015, 05:21 PM   #3748
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Replaced the Oxygenics shut off that doesn't shut off with one that does shut off the water. Much better!
I initially did the same. Went back to the OEM type because the "leak" keeps the temperature of the water constant.

If you shut it off completely, we found the water in the hose gets cold.

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They came! I think I'll configure the TPMS sensors to the monitor and mark them.

And next I need metal valve stems for the truck.
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:04 PM   #3750
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They came! I think I'll configure the TPMS sensors to the monitor and mark them.

And next I need metal valve stems for the truck.
They are already configured to monitor temp and pressure, you just have to set the limits in the receiver.
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:05 PM   #3751
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They are already configured to monitor temp and pressure, you just have to set the limits in the receiver.

Are they configured for this receiver?
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:07 PM   #3752
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Are they configured for this receiver?
The only thing you can change on the sensors is the battery. Why did you not get the monitor for the TST sensors?
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The only thing you can change on the sensors is the battery. Why did you not get the monitor for the TST sensors?

I'm not explaining myself well, I think.

I bought a system with a monitor and 6 sensors. I then bought 4 additional sensors.

What I thought the TST video showed was that you have to configure the monitor for each individual sensor - that the sensor exists and which wheel location it is at.
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Old 05-04-2015, 07:13 PM   #3754
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I'm not explaining myself well, I think.

I bought a system with a monitor and 6 sensors. I then bought 4 additional sensors.

What I thought the TST video showed was that you have to configure the monitor for each individual sensor - that the sensor exists and which wheel location it is at.
The receiver/monitor has to recognize each sensor and you tell the r/m where it is and set the parameters in the r/m.
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The receiver/monitor has to recognize each sensor and you tell the r/m where it is and set the parameters in the r/m.

Ok. We are saying the same thing. That's what I was going to do tonight.

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Old 05-04-2015, 08:23 PM   #3756
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I took the one month old unit two hours to the dealer I bought it from for warranty repair. Antenna on the roof not working, slide seal torn, convertor not charging the battery and one load level bar mount on the tongue was loose leaving the dealer a month ago causing the mount to slide scratching the trailer tongue.
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Replaced the Oxygenics shut off that doesn't shut off with one that does shut off the water. Much better!

Which one did you get I was looking at this one

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They came! I think I'll configure the TPMS sensors to the monitor and mark them.

And next I need metal valve stems for the truck.

Xmas came Early


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Which one did you get I was looking at this one.
I already had the Oxygenics head and their shutoff, I just replaced the shut off with one that really shuts off.
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I already had the Oxygenics head and their shutoff, I just replaced the shut off with one that really shuts off.

How do you like it, does it make any difference


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