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Old 11-11-2017, 08:16 PM   #8807
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6 gallons of Henryís Tropi-cool. Spent the last two days putting it down and the day before washing and prepping.
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Old 11-12-2017, 06:10 AM   #8808
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Dw saw this tray to go over the couch ends in a Vermont country store catalogue. Bought 2.

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Old 11-12-2017, 12:25 PM   #8809
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Great idea bruce91, the link doesnít work.
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Old 11-12-2017, 12:47 PM   #8810
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Great idea bruce91, the link doesnít work.
It works for me.
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Old 11-13-2017, 09:26 AM   #8811
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I bought and installed a Maxxair 7500k Remote Control Fan to replace a non fan vent in the bedroom. Works great........
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Old 11-13-2017, 03:47 PM   #8812
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I bought and installed a Maxxair 7500k Remote Control Fan to replace a non fan vent in the bedroom. Works great........
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Looking to replace bath fam with one.
Is it quiet?
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Old 11-13-2017, 07:50 PM   #8813
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Adjustable speed but at some speeds mine is loud. I choose to pick a speed that works for the situation.
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Old 11-14-2017, 06:37 AM   #8814
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Adjustable speed but at some speeds mine is loud. I choose to pick a speed that works for the situation.
I'll my .002 and second that. There is one speed each of our two will drone, I also just move the speed a notch up or down as they do work well but not quite as well as a more expensive Fantastic Fan.

Also, they do have one weakness (and known to the mfr) - the vent cover operator gear (~$20.00) tends to fail. One so far on the bathroom fan with the replacement again suspect after 2+ years.
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Panda clothes dryer to replace the 2 yr old one. The one being replaced wouldn't start the other morning, checked the breaker and 120 plug, everything was fine. Continued playing with it and it did decide to take orders and work, but my 2-year warranty had expired on 9/17/17 and I couldn't renew it, so, it will be given away to someone here in the RV park once the new one arrives.
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a new V10, the old one lasted 115,000 miles and 17 years before a head gasket blew with zero warning, no over heating or leaks, ever.
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Boogey Lights for under carriage lighting.

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Old 11-16-2017, 10:41 AM   #8818
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Coach batteries

Ordered 4 Life Line AGM batteries for the coach. Been milking 4 bad batteries for a year now. A couple of Repair projects that was suppose to take two weeks took two months, and it appears to me the coach wasnít plugged in during that time. Of course both shops insist they werenít negligent. We donít boondock, and it is stored with 110v Power was how we were able to make it this long without replacing them. But a few days ago, I unplugged it and it was about 15 minutes before I started it and led lights were flickering, along with a couple of other things, and I thought, Iím not sure what damage low voltage can cause, but itís time for batteries.
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Ordered 4 Life Line AGM batteries for the coach. Been milking 4 bad batteries for a year now. A couple of Repair projects that was suppose to take two weeks took two months, and it appears to me the coach wasnít plugged in during that time. Of course both shops insist they werenít negligent. We donít boondock, and it is stored with 110v Power was how we were able to make it this long without replacing them. But a few days ago, I unplugged it and it was about 15 minutes before I started it and led lights were flickering, along with a couple of other things, and I thought, Iím not sure what damage low voltage can cause, but itís time for batteries.
Discharging a lead-acid battery and then letting it sit can kill it faster than anything else. I had my brand new fifth wheel stored by the dealer while I found a truck and was ready for our first excursion. It had new upgraded batteries in it. When we arrived to pick it up the brand new batteries were dead and probably had been for two of the three months it was in storage (several things left on and no 120V connection). They took a charge but lasted only two years.
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RVLock Vi3 Keyless Entry System

I looked at these and noticed they had a $60.00 discount for vets on Veterans Day. AND if I liked them on facebook I get another $20.00 back. So total for the lock and an extra set of keys was $94.98. Install and setup took about 30 minutes and it works great.

https://www.rvlock.com/collections/f...ry-system-v4-0
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