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Old 05-21-2013, 09:02 PM   #2339
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Jeff, nice job... what make and model? I am looking for a receiver with Sirius and Internet radio. I think I have to go with a double DIN size unit like this, haven't found one to just slide into my single DIN opening.
This is a very nice radio. It includes hands free Bluetooth phone too!
Here's the box of mine where you can see the model. It fit the existing bracket (double din) and I soldered and heat shrank the 15 connections so the existing two plugs from the old radio now plug into the new radio. I bought the 50$ Sirius module too (not included with stereo)


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Old 05-21-2013, 09:10 PM   #2340
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Just purchased a Winegard GM 1518 antenna. It will toggle between network and non network channels automatically. Returned an Anser model MG500, which required manual reset to change between network and non network channels.
Tried the GM1518 antenna this past weekend and it worked great. Toggles between network and non-network channels just like advertised. This was our first time to use our MH. We spent a couple days at one of the beautiful lakes in SE Okla Good time.
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Old 05-23-2013, 06:17 PM   #2341
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Having a new awning put on MH. In shop now getting the roof treated and washed along with coach and new awning installed.
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what was awning cost and where did you get it done. Thx, Popcorn Man
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Old 05-24-2013, 02:49 PM   #2344
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Since we just traded for a new trailer, I've gotten a little more than usual.
1. Got a Weber Q200 to replace the RVQ that went with the previous trailer.
2. Bought one of those oxywhatever shower heads.
3. A black tank wand to clean out the tank.
4. LED's for all the fixtures.
5. Black spare tire cover since I'm moving the spare from the hitch to the back bumper.

Still going to add another battery since we dry camp quite a bit.

At the house, I moved my 30 amp plug over to where we park this trailer and added a drain line to the sewer so I could flush my gray and black tanks.
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Old 05-24-2013, 06:05 PM   #2345
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new motor[used] new tires had awning replaced over slideout Camping world messed that up the still need to fix
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Stearn, thought you could slip in the new engine part, huh? What gives? That's a serious hit!


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Sorry ment, to say one engine battery and two house batteries !
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I replaced the microwave oven in the motorhome, the old Sharp that came in it still worked OK, but slowly gave up about 90% of the pixels on the oven control panel over the past 10 years. RIP Sharp, hello Panasonic, hope this one lasts as long.












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I replaced the microwave oven in the motorhome, the old Sharp that came in it still worked OK, but slowly gave up about 90% of the pixels on the oven control panel over the past 10 years. RIP Sharp, hello Panasonic, hope this one lasts as long
When got back to the sicks and bricks house this spring we found the same thing on the Sharp micro here. Most of the top of the numbers were dim, almost out. After a few days it seemed to heal itself. Once or twice a year it pops the 20A fuse inside too. I just open it up and put another one in. DW says let's buy an new one. I say those little fuses are much cheaper
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Can't wait till it get here for sure.
Hope it's as good as other RVer's say.
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