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Old 04-29-2007, 05:40 AM   #15
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Well, I havn't been here in a long time, no excuse. Just put LED taillights on TC,sunglasses required, they are really bright. Had a leak, upper cabinet by door, I forgot that when I replace the porch light, because the previous owner had put to big a bulb in it, and melted the lens and base. When I pulled out the wires, the black wire stay in the wall, I fished for a long time to no avail. Put the light up, planning to get back to it. I did when the DW found all the bath towels wet. Then I remember that I had not caulked around the light. So when we got home from camping, the next day, I decided to fish again, to see if I could get the wire. Sure enough after maybe 6-8 minutes I snaged the wire and pulled it out. The connector had not been crimped tight enough so it pulled off the wire. New connectors plugged back in, and I now have a porch light. I also caulked around the light, it rained the next day, no leak. Yippeeeeeeeeeee
Finally got the genset hooked up and running today. Now all I have to do is build a box to hold it. We will have power where ever we go.
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