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Old 06-02-2016, 03:14 AM   #6539
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I see Walmart carries them now. Guess they gave up on strictly TV orders with all the shipping and handling charges involved which is nonsense. I think I will get one for my coach. I like the idea of compact storage to save space over those bulky green/white hoses. I never drink water from the RV faucets anyway. Don't know if these hoses are safe to drink from, but great for showers. Thanks for giving me the idea!

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The center of those hoses is surgical tubing, probably made from latex. It should be safe for drinking unless you have a latex allergy.
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Old 06-03-2016, 08:58 AM   #6540
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Phil,

The center of those hoses is surgical tubing, probably made from latex. It should be safe for drinking unless you have a latex allergy.
Problem is the fittings. If you look closely, you will see they are only 1/4" id. Hardly enough volume will pass for RV use. Took mine back for refund. Didn't even pull out of box, went right back.
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Old 06-03-2016, 10:00 AM   #6541
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A jug of Meguiar's M6132 Marine/RV Flagship Premium Cleaner-Wax for the 5er's gel coated sides. So far I've done a corner and the longest slide. The 'stuff' is very thick but goes on nicely and buffs off very easily and best, cleans what little grime is on the RV and shines up well, even better then their NXT which I had been using. I'm doing it by hand since the DA buffer is 100+ miles away in the S&B shop so my arm is already suffering a bit
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Old 06-03-2016, 01:57 PM   #6542
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OK, the next little motor home tidbit. Button for jack system working off and on. New panel $185 plus ship. Always a little something...
Moving on
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Old 06-04-2016, 05:27 AM   #6544
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LP Sensor

My RV was too old (I'm buying for a '98 Fleetwood Flair!) to find a 'swap-out' part, so I had to get a different sensor. I had replaced my water heater with an On-Demand unit that never worked. The guy at the shop said it could be the sensor and tapped on it a couple times. The hot water came on, so that's a good thing. They didn't have the sensor in stock (the parts manager said they quit making then years ago). I googled the part and found a replacement at PPL Motor Homes in TX. Ordered it 6/1/16 and received it 6/3/16! Wow! Now, if I can get it installed, I should be ready to roll!
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A couple of hitch tightners to reduce movement on the Towbar. Also a 10 sensor RVEEZ TPMS. Now I can monitor all tire pressures.
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Power recliner leather love seat to replace L shaped coach.
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Looks very comfortable. Do you have a before picture?
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Before pictures, the L shaped coach disassemble pretty easily.
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Bought a Valterra Flush king waste adapter with a slide to end my drip from black and gray cables not quite closing and the parts to switch over my florescent ceiling lights to led lights. Can't wait tired of buying those light bulbs.
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Before pictures, the L shaped coach disassemble pretty easily.
Thanks for posting the photographs. New couch is a big/huge improvement IMO.
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