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Old 11-26-2015, 07:44 AM   #3921
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Happy Thanksgiving to all,
Terry, my unit is a Dometic, and no you don't have to pull the fridge, the drain is behind the outside vent. You remove the vent grill and it is up between the cooling coils and the vent stack, it brings the drain condensation that comes off the inside cooling fins down to the bottom of the fridge and to the outside, I ran the new hose through the grill to make sure it didn't run done the inside of the FRP. Hope that I explained this OK. You won't have this on a residential fridge, they usually have a drain pan underneath to catch the condensation.
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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone be safe and try not to eat too much!!
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Old 11-26-2015, 08:02 AM   #3923
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Hi Frank, Gotcha on Reefer, when I installed the reefer in the TH I ran a hose to a drain that went outside eliminating the drain pan. The reefer going in the Tot'r is a Norcold 7.5 cf I saw a drain hose going to a small pan so I'll check it out.
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HAPPY THANKSGIVING MY FRIENDS !!!!!!
-----------------have a great day all !!!!!!!
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Happy Thanksgiving All;
Hope you all have a great day with family and friends.
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Thanks Gordon! And to you and yours
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You betcha I use it.....IF I have a 30 amp hookup.
I am amazed it still runs but it does..
The Honda 2K doesn't want to play that game !!
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Terry, thanks on the MH find! The good deals go fast! I have been seeing the same kind of ads a lot lately, makes you wonder?
Popeye, I had a 2000 Honda generator, my son has it now! It just keep's on ticking!
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!
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And try not to eat too much! RIGHT! Like that's going to happen!
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Good Morning, Popeye, if you still use the AC I wouldn't trade it for a fan, I have seen alot of older rigs that leaked in that area because the roof sags a little from the weight of the unit, then its hard to get it to stop leaking because the water pools under it. you may have to brace up the rafters and put a new seal in, maybe 2. Rail, no problem I look all the time anyway , you never know. Going to see if I can get as many cabinets out today as I can, going to be 60* today , not going to get many more like this.
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Terry, hope they come out easy for you?!
The MH search continues! The one in S.C. was a bust, propane generator, (bad enough), that did not work? Killer!
Hope everyone recovers from the turkey overdose?
Remember to it off!! Hahahaha!! Rail!
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Morning all!

Sorry the S.C coach didn't work our rail. Next time I know to ask about that in the first interview. Thought maybe we were on to something good. It did not occur to me they would put a propane genny in a diesel coach. I guess it was cheaper.

I will keep watching.

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Good Morning, Rail, whenever I think something might be easy............yup its not . they install the cabinets from the inside THEN they throw some screws from the outside . Oh well just takes a little longer. Lloyd, I think when you have a diesel you only have two choices and probley they go with the cheaper of the two. Well our warm temps are gone, so back to normal 22* this am.
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Terry - it sounds like you will have to take the siding off to get at the cabinet screws?? Sounds really solid but I wonder how they did any repairs. Maybe they never had to repair or reattach the cabinets once they were in!!

I will hazard a guess the cabinets are really good quality if the construction was that solid.
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