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Old 05-23-2015, 09:43 AM   #5125
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Old 05-23-2015, 09:49 AM   #5126
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I bought a tire pressure monitoring system. Also just bought a CB antenna that I need to install.
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Old 05-23-2015, 10:14 AM   #5127
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New Sani-con twist-on macerator system..................................

Old one started leaking from a crack at the gray water bypass elbow. 1 month shy of the 1 year warranty running out.
Took macerator and receipt to Camping World. No parts. Swap out with a new one.
Computer couldn't find the original transaction. I had receipt. Refunded purchase price and rebought new one - same price.
Now I have another 1 year warranty!!
Forgot to mention that I still have the original wiring kit, 20' hose and sewer end adapter from the 1st macerator. Now I have 40' of hose. A 3/4" PVC coupler makes a great hose-to-hose connector.
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I just put new rear brake lights (the ones up high) on my Winnebago Voyage. The touch-up paint is waiting for the coach to return from the shop where it is in for levelers repair and a TPMS.
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Upgrading my Toad brakes to the M&G on Monday after seeing how well they work in a friend's RV. It requires an RV with air brakes, which I have now but didn't when we bought the current BlueOx Patriot brake system. If anyone is interested, I'll be selling the Patriot Brake box once I verify that the M&G is fully operational..
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A new probe for the pyrometer. Still isn't working right.......... Gotta be the gauge or wiring now. Seems like nothing gets fixed on the first try.

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Just replaced all our lights with LEDs. I no longer burn my fingers on the cover plates.. The LEDs do not last as long as they say but they are way cooler and I don't worry about anything catching fire. some of the covers had scorch marks on them. I think it was a good investment...


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Just replaced all our lights with LEDs. I no longer burn my fingers on the cover plates.. The LEDs do not last as long as they say but they are way cooler and I don't worry about anything catching fire. some of the covers had scorch marks on them. I think it was a good investment...


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Darn, I was hoping you purchased a Goldie Locks.

Seriously I agree with you on the LEDs running cooler and using less power.

Got and installed the solenoid I mentioned back a few posts ago. What a marvelous but costly little unit. $108.00 to my door but it fixed all the issues we have had over the last while with our genset.
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