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Old 11-11-2012, 09:02 AM   #155
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[QUOTE=wildbill001;1366993]Rockman1: Which monitor is that? I think I used a similar one, if not the same and am having some issues with it losing power while driving. Not sure if it is the camera or the monitor or both.

Amazon.com: 7 inch TFT Color LCD Car Rear View Camera Monitor Support Rotating The Screen and 2 AV Inputs: Automotive

Wildbill001...I ordered this monitor from Amazon...I would check my wiring...first time I fired it up it would not work...wiring was not making a good connection...pretty good monitor for the price.
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Old 11-11-2012, 09:48 PM   #156
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You hit the nail on the head--bad connection. Discovered with the help of my brother. I now know what I will be doing tomorrow.

OH, had to adjust the folding shower curtain rod by cutting about 1.5 in off so it would fold correctly. Still like how it works.

Drilled a hole in the floor to run an RG-6 cable for satellite box (94 Southwind wired with RG-59). Was a little scary at first but missed anything important.
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Old 11-11-2012, 10:04 PM   #157
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Whew! Just in the nick of time we borrowed an air compressor and got the water lines blown out and antifreeze poured in. Froze today around noon. Now... I need to get out there and put it back together (table, cushions, etc.) and brush the dog hair off chairs, and vacuum it so it is ready to go again come spring.
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Old 11-12-2012, 11:12 AM   #158
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after a great camping week i winterized it today doing the air blowout on the water lines to the sinks and toilet, poured antifreeze in the drains and fresh water tank and ran the pump, spread a whole box of bounce dryer sheets throughout the camper and made sure she is all clean and ready for use in the spring.
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Adjusted the low idle and replaced the air filter. Getting ready to use it this weekend, not ready to winterize just yet.
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Did the winter blowout too.
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Old 11-17-2012, 07:36 PM   #162
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Old 11-17-2012, 07:40 PM   #163
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Old 11-18-2012, 07:06 PM   #164
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Well I am out in my drive way sitting in the old motorhome dreaming of places to go and things to fix and add. Wishing I felt better to get moving. But sure feels good to just sit in here and have a glass of wine or beer and thankful I finally have my own motorhome I like it. Riding a motorcycle use to be a like short vecation to old and sick for that but this is not to bad of a replacement for that. I live a block from the freeway out here in the country sure want to get her on the road and go where the palm trees grow. I'll save up a few more dollars and then get all the stuff done and I will be out there. hope to see you out there also. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. So what I did to my motorhome today was just enjoy it. k . Peace
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Oil change, fluid top off, driving lights check (work to be done)
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Well I am out in my drive way sitting in the old motorhome dreaming of places to go and things to fix and add. Wishing I felt better to get moving. But sure feels good to just sit in here and have a glass of wine or beer and thankful I finally have my own motorhome I like it. Riding a motorcycle use to be a like short vecation to old and sick for that but this is not to bad of a replacement for that. I live a block from the freeway out here in the country sure want to get her on the road and go where the palm trees grow. I'll save up a few more dollars and then get all the stuff done and I will be out there. hope to see you out there also. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. So what I did to my motorhome today was just enjoy it. k . Peace
HMMMmmm - I thought *I* was the only one who enjoyed sitting out in our "Kingdom-on-wheels", just looking around - and dreaming...
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Had some driver side windshield chips repaired. Insurance company would have replaced it if I demanded. But; I figured pulling a 16 year old non-leaking windshied may lead to unwanted adventures. BTW, in Florida, with windshield comprehensive claims, deductible is waived.
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Well I am out in my drive way sitting in the old motorhome dreaming of places to go and things to fix and add. Wishing I felt better to get moving. But sure feels good to just sit in here and have a glass of wine or beer and thankful I finally have my own motorhome I like it. Riding a motorcycle use to be a like short vecation to old and sick for that but this is not to bad of a replacement for that. I live a block from the freeway out here in the country sure want to get her on the road and go where the palm trees grow. I'll save up a few more dollars and then get all the stuff done and I will be out there. hope to see you out there also. Happy Thanksgiving to everyone. So what I did to my motorhome today was just enjoy it. k . Peace
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