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toomoxy

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UPDATE… the huge cracking noise I heard and thought was my windshield was not.
Speedy auto glass couldn't see anything …however the one fellow went the
extra mile and discovered that my roof seal where the two fiberglass sections
(cab to body) was separated…and he suggested maybe that separation was what I heard.
I'm glad he saw the gap because then I was able to seal it up for the winter.

I also bit the bullet and decided to watch youtube and learn how to do my own
winterizing… went to Home Depot found the 1/2" tubing and female connector part which I made to use to fit onto the pump, to suck the antifreeze (pink stuff) through my water system.
fingers crossed that it worked as pink stuff came out of every orifice of the RV just as instructed in the many videos.
Saved money and hopefully won't have any mice this year (from going to RV place in the country).





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It has been a joy to own our MH for the past 6 months ... we have been problem free.


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Installed and additional towel rack on the bathroom door. Then I repalced the bathroom sink faucet. Thirty seven years of use from the original one was long enough.


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Put the cover on MH after winterizing it-topping the gas tank ($3.06 a gal) put down downy towels and numerous cotton balls with peppermint oil drops to protect us from mice-72 days till we head for Fl.for 74 days of warm weather-planned 25 campgrounds all on reservation and paid for,The panhard bar I made worked super & put 4 new tires on rear this year (2 steer tires last year)Come on FEB 17th
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Installed a mount for a flat screen TV. Old tube TV went to the Salvation Army on the weekend.

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It was so cold, all I did was made a good check of the batteries. Every thing else is good. Yes, it needs washed, but we are on stage 4 water restriction. That means no watering outside of any kind. Besides too cold for this old man any way.





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Looked longingly at the covered mh as a winter storm descends...why oh why did we move north from Miami????? Hmmmmm....only a few more years until we can head south...Miss you, Florida!


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Picked up the unit from the shop this morning. In conjunction with having extender valves installed on the inside duels, had a warranty repair on leaking feed lines to the toilets and a program adjustment to the LCI levelers. Drained the water tank and lines as it's supposed to freeze tonight.


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Hank MI wrote:

Installed a mount for a flat screen TV. Old tube TV went to the Salvation Army on the weekend.


Curious Hank… was your TV built in the front cabinets ?
If so do you have any photos of your remodel ?
I have been debating but unsure how it will look..
Thanks

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toomoxy wrote:

Hank MI wrote:

Installed a mount for a flat screen TV. Old tube TV went to the Salvation Army on the weekend.


Curious Hank… was your TV built in the front cabinets ?
If so do you have any photos of your remodel ?
I have been debating but unsure how it will look..
Thanks


TV was mounted in cabinet in center above dash/doghouse, up at the ceiling. That was too high for comfortable viewing, you were always looking up. I wanted a mount that would come down not just side to side. Found one on Amazon but when I went back to order it was no longer available. I keep kicking myself over that. So I used a wall mount fastened to the bottom of the cabinet, turned 90* so it will come down instead of side to side. I can swivel the TV 90* lift it up and push it back into the cabinet for travel.

I don't have picture but can take one of the mount later today. TV is not attached right now, it's in the house. Think you'll get the idea though when you see the mount and how it's installed.

Guess I'll have to figure out how to post an image, haven't done that on this forum before.

First pic is mount dropped down so TV is at a better viewing level.

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Second pic is how mount is installed in cabinet.

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The TV will swing up and sit flat against front of cabinet. In order for the mount to hold the TV there the tension on the arms has to be really tightened up since mount is designed for side to side movement not up and down. With the tension that high you really have to pull on the TV to move it, I didn't like that idea. So I decided I would just swivel TV 90* and swing it back into the cabinet to get it out of the way or for travel. I may look at adding a strap or something to mounting plate to hold TV up when traveling or maybe I won't.

* This post was edited 12/06/13 02:00pm by Hank MI *

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