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Old 06-30-2019, 04:32 PM   #99
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Other than the medicine cabinet, are the other doors still installed ?
Yes, all doors still installed.
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Old 08-13-2019, 10:38 PM   #100
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Shelf rails were Mod #54, AC vent was Mod #53. Currently working on Mod #55, an underside 3 way shutoff valve (on order) for the shower drain for dry camping (no different than taking an outside shower). This will DRASTICALLY lessen the chance of drain pump filter clogging and the ensuing backup of water and resulting flooding.
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Shelf rails were Mod #54, AC vent was Mod #53. Currently working on Mod #55, an underside 3 way shutoff valve (on order) for the shower drain for dry camping (no different than taking an outside shower). This will DRASTICALLY lessen the chance of drain pump filter clogging and the ensuing backup of water and resulting flooding.
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I was pondering this mod a while back myself because, well, that would be no different than an outside shower. In your picture ... I'm not sure what I'm looking at. Is that under the shower basin ?
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. I'm not sure what I'm looking at. Is that under the shower basin ?
Directly below the shower drain under the van. Once you crawl under, you'll see exactly what I've done.
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Mod #55 complete. Dry camping shower drain valve. Valve is opposite than pictured. This should help prevent filter clogging so soon.
Unscrew flair fitting on blue hose, cut metal band off of white elbow, heat blue end and remove. Buy 5 compression elbows, 2ft of .5" pex hose, and a 3 way shutoff valve. Build new section from drain and the valve assembly. Cut existing blue hose to pump about 3" to allow valve assembly to fit between new hoses about 7.5". Hose ends will need to be heated to slip on flair fittings.
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