This is what it's like owning an older RV (heck, I bet this is like owning a new one except those folks will never fess up about it!). Always projects and updates to keep up with the old stuff and making sure things are in working order.
The list isn't that bad: 1) fix some original skylights that no one wanted to deal with except with duct tape; 2) check out the Dometic fridge that was working but now seems to be more particular with how it works; 3) trouble shoot an apparently-related issue with the ONAN gen set with the switching and starter; 4) fix other leaks and clean up all the moss trying to establish a foothold on the LH2!5) and lets not forget the new potty!!!
|Let's all check out the new skylights on the roof!! No more duct taped ones or totally missing plumbing vents here!|
|A typical existing skylight complete with poor foam gasket, taped shut and busted parts. The entire rim was curled up off the roof!|
|Work in progress for the ONAN genset, battery bank and other rear bits. It pays to do regular maintenance on this stuff. |
|Picture showing the new potty in the bathroom. Guess we'll keep the shag carpet for now. Nice on the bare feet. |
|Dometic gas burner in action after lots of cleaning and checking of connections. Still, the thermocouple (copper tube just above flame) has been ordered so it's now started to work again....|
Lot's of projects but none at this point that are crazy or big enough to halt the progress. I can't believe I'm saying this but after getting used to the nightmare of the LH1 ('77 Tioga) I have to say that this rig is a lot better to work on. Most of the projects are just trying to get this to run completely as new or add some conveniences to our trips. Thanks for reading!!
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