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Old 05-31-2015, 08:06 PM   #1597
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Cut and paste it is on amazon. price is now $39


7 inch TFT LCD Digital Car Rear View Monitor with Waterproof Car Rear View Camera combo
I think that is the one i bought, I like it.
Running cable is the worst part
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Old 05-31-2015, 08:57 PM   #1598
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The range is really a snap to replace. Light a burner and then turn the propane off at the tank- that will purge the lines. Once you take the top of the range off, you should see the connection for the gas- standard stuff- it snakes in through the back. When you pull the range forward, the gas line needs to be gentled out the back. As I recall, there are only about 4 screws around the top holding the range into the cabinet and it took very little time to remove.

Use soapy water to check for leaks when you reattach the gas line.

If you've got the room, try to get a replacement 21" oven (most were 17") it makes a big difference in how well the oven bakes.


Thanks, sound like a doable adventure. I appreciate the input!

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Old 05-31-2015, 09:00 PM   #1599
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I think that is the one i bought, I like it.
Running cable is the worst part
I'd be replacing my existing units. Wouldn't I be able to use the same cable already run through the coach?
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I'd be replacing my existing units. Wouldn't I be able to use the same cable already run through the coach?
More than likely. it is standard AV plugs
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Old 06-01-2015, 01:09 PM   #1601
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Yesterday it took two hours to remove the wheel speed sensor. New one came in this morning took an hour to put it on. Not shooting and light anymore
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So I have had an abs light on since I bought my rv. And at low speeds the brakes would go out. Pedal sunk to the floor. Well, no more, finally fixed the issue with one new sensor and and cleaning the other also made adjustment to the calipers which weren't in spec since having new tires put on, I guess. Any way no more abs light and pedal travel is normal now
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$35? Do you have some info on it or a link to where you bought it?
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Finally installed my new $35 camera and monitor. PIA running a new cable.
Identical to the one John and I bought for our units.

mbridinger are those pop rivets or phillips screws in the mounting plate?
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I bought the wireless version because I liked the shielded backup with 18 LED camera for night vision better for $64.
I'm not going to use the wireless as its for a car and won't have the range. I'll hardwire mine using the existing RCA plugs. Also, the monitor mount is similar, but I can mount this one from the underside of the upper TV cabinet where my old one is.
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I just re-did my water compartment in PEX. The lines to my shower are inside the wall between the kitchen and shower with a removable access panel right behind the shower faucets. Other lines to toilet and bathroom vanity were under a false floor under a cupboard in the kitchen. I'm sure your coach and my coach aren't the same, but you get the idea? They put the lines in where they could get to them to install fixtures. If you are lucky you can pull out the old poly and replace with PEX. If not, they do make trick push-on poly/PEX connectors ($5.00) to join the lines. I used PEX ball valves ($8.00) to replace old poly valves.
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Opps, forgot to say my message was for Ramblin On on his question regarding installing new PEX lines.
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Dirty carpets no more!

We bought a 2004 Winnebago Itasca a few weeks ago and the carpet was dirty. Today the weather was perfect for drying carpet and leaving windows open so I steam cleaned the carpet.

Boy was it dirty! I had to go over it 4 times to get it clean. Then did another rinse. Sure looks good now but will eventually replace the carpet. Smells better too. Probably weighs about 20 pounds lighter with all the dirt and coffee spills gone.

Get another plumbing part tomorrow and then get that put back together and hopefully no more leaks.

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