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Old 08-31-2012, 09:43 PM   #1345
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A new 21cf Frigidaire refrigerator, from Lowe's, to replace the "NotCold" refrig, in my Providence. Now, anxiously waiting for the dealer to install it.
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My husband fixed our surge protector in the electrical bay. He has an electrical cord coming out of the ATS, and put a plug on the end, then he mounted the 50 amp surge protector in the floor of the bay. He used the rest of the cord that plugs into the pedestal and wired a plug in the end of it and plugged together the other side of the surge protector and the cord. Now no worry about getting stolen or the weather destroying it either. Also if the surge protector quits working you can just plug the 2 cords together and you can still use your coach.


We are closing on our new house in Indiana the 14th of Sept. About the 17th I am meeting with Graber Buildings and we are going to see about what site work is needed for our new enclosed motorhome garage 18 X 44 with 6 inch concrete floor and an attached 28 X 30 garage. Baby has got to have a cover so she doesn't have to be in the elements.
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Old 09-01-2012, 01:18 PM   #1348
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Completed the purchase of our new Winnebago yesterday and went over to Camping World to have a look. My youngest daughter saw Cami and so our first purchase is officially a stuffed toy.
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An extra 50 Amp cord 30ft long ,for extra length in different CG's.Also for my property hookup.
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Would a new slide seal be too mundane to post here?
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I bought her a little friend - a 2006 Jeep Liberty to tow behind!
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A Fumoto valve to help facilitate changing the oil. Also a truckers tire pressure gauge. Made in China for $10.00. Seems to be off by 4 lbs. psi as compared to my Acu Gage. But then again my Acu Gage could be off!! Who knows?
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Had to figure out what they fit, but installed a new set of headlights/signals up front. Getting rid of the old yellowed lights sure make a Big difference ! And yes I've tried the polish stuff, doesn't do a thing for yellowed plastic... Under $75 got me the whole front 6 pc set. Darel
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A set of 15' 300 RGB 5050 waterproof LEDs that comes with a controller and a 44 button remote for under $25.

We wired them into the porch light and ran then down the edge of a paint line under the awning so you can't even see them.

They work great to illuminate the awning area.

Look at this on eBay:

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A set of 15' 300 RGB 5050 waterproof LEDs that comes with a controller and a 44 button remote for under $25.

We wired them into the porch light and ran then down the edge of a paint line under the awning so you can't even see them.

They work great to illuminate the awning area.

Look at this on eBay:

5M SMD 5050 LED Waterproof Strip Light 300 Leds Flash RGB +44K IR Remote Control


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Thats pretty much what I've been looking at,, but to place under the side (bottom) of the MH, so when we take dogs out at night, it lights up the area better than the porch light. Just need white though.
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Thermostat for fridge and 1 for freezer to make sure they stay at temp make sure it works ok or back to dealer
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A new electric fuel pump for my Generator! (Onan Marquis Gold 5500)
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Let's see, sewer hose, 50 amp to 30 amp adapter, water pressure regulator, and it looks like I'll be getting a black water tank cleaner any thoughts of a good one?
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