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Old 07-23-2013, 09:23 PM   #1
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Hey all. Started workin on the new fifth wheel. Started some painting and redid the dinette cushions.


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Added some new blinds and more paint. Gonna remove the carpet under dinette and in front of the couch. And lay tile throughout the whole bottom floor.
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Cool - looks real good. That is s great way to make the trailer yours and to become one with it. I like the new colors.
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Cool - looks real good. That is s great way to make the trailer yours and to become one with it. I like the new colors.
Thanks! We love it. Makes it feel a little more modern. Got the windows resealed now just gotta redo the roof. Yuck. Lol
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Resealing the roof now. Using proflex liquid. Amazing stuff. All that's left for the inside is to tear the old carpet out and lay new tile. The trailer lights are giving me fits... cleaned all the grounds and nothing helps... all go out when brakes are hit. Everything flashes when turn signals are on.... dunno what to do. House battery is dead. Dunno if that might causes it...
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My husband says that you have a bad ground. You might want to replace the plug on camper or on tv.
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My husband says that you have a bad ground. You might want to replace the plug on camper or on tv.
Truck has new plug. I can trybthe camper. I need a new extension cord for the camper to truck. The the ground got cut but I taped it back together
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