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RE: (Leak!) Toilet plumbing connection to Black Waste tank...

Awsome write up and innovation in repair. Thank you for all the work it was to share this. I liked the Dremel cutting disc paired with the sanding drum for the extra support. I never thought of that before, those disc's always break so easy. Enjoy your leak free tank :B
2 many 2 05/19/22 10:19am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Residential refrigerator door shelf failures

Thank you for the tip on the JB Quick. Never used that product before. I am thinking about shaping a wooden peg to insert into the door insulation as well as inside the plastic tab as more substantial reinforcement. We will see how that works. That is a great idea! I have used wood backer pieces held in with JB Quick to fix stripped screws in thin RV paneling several times for an instant repair. Your repair will be much stronger than the factory presentation.
2 many 2 05/15/22 10:19am Tech Issues
RE: Residential refrigerator door shelf failures

That is the perfect application for a JB Quick repair. After practicing with a small amount first, you will need to mix at least 1/2 of each of the little tubes together. Force as much as you can inside the hole (dig out some of the insulation foam) especially all around the edges. Then fill up the broken part that is in your fingers. Mate all this big sticky mess together, glue should oooze out all around. Have a roll of paper towels and a bottle of rubbing alcohol or mineral spirits pre staged to clean up the mess. Clean up fast as this stuff will get real thick in five minutes, the longer it sets up the more difficult it will be to clean up. Practice first, good luck. PS, That is a shame the door material is so thin. Mine was the same way and it was an RV fridge! If the repair shows through the clear shelf, paint it with white fingernail polish.
2 many 2 05/14/22 09:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Drill motor for stabilizers

"The use of an impact is absolutely unnecessary" This!
2 many 2 05/14/22 10:23am Travel Trailers
RE: Residential refrigerator door shelf failures

Same problem for us. I fixed it on the road by laying in a blob of JB Quick. Push some inside the hole, smoosh the broken pieces over the blob of JB and finally shape the outside smooth with wet fingers. All this must be done in under five minutes as that is how fast JB sets up. Be sure to get JB Quick, the regular stuff will not work cause it will sag during the longer set up time. I did mine on a running cold fridge, put the shelf back in the next day and that was the end of that. :B If your repair is a little too big, the JB can be sanded or filed down to fit. If you have not used JB Quick before, practice with a small blob on a piece of cardboard to see how it works before applying it to your fridge. Read the directions on the package first. Keep the heavy stuff out of that shelf.
2 many 2 05/12/22 09:23am Tech Issues
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Yikes! That sounds awful, thanks for the tip on the Tele Doctor. I never would have thought of that. Hope you and the doggies have a full recovery soon. When ever we used to have dogs with loose stool we would give them cottage cheese insted of there regular food for a couple days. That always seemed to help. For the last ten years since we have been using Honest Kitchen dog food our dogs have had zero intestional issues. Good luck.
2 many 2 05/11/22 11:43am RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

We purchased our TT eight years ago, our used model is now selling for 10k to 20K over what we paid :E Truck prices are super crazy too, if you can find one. Those seats sure look comfortable.
2 many 2 04/28/22 11:14am RV Pet Stop
RE: Residential fridge door locks

Blue Painters tape, I keep a couple rolls in the RV and use it for all kinds of things almost everyday. Cheers!
2 many 2 04/27/22 07:30pm General RVing Issues
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Those look great! It looks like they did a really good job. We have the same color on all our seating and it has been trouble free. Enjoy!
2 many 2 04/27/22 01:06pm RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

I am still taking shots everyday and so far so good :B Glad to hear everyone is getting help and feeling better. Monty too :) Burch, next time you get a chance, would you please post a pic of the new seats. It would be cool to see the difference in the cab area with them in place.
2 many 2 04/27/22 07:44am RV Pet Stop
RE: Member Blocking is a Blessing

X2 :B
2 many 2 04/22/22 10:16am General RVing Issues
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

You need to get some shots so you will feel better right away. Tequila or Vodka always works for me :B :E
2 many 2 04/22/22 10:14am RV Pet Stop
RE: cleaning duct work

That butter story has a life of it's own :B
2 many 2 04/21/22 09:54pm Tech Issues
RE: Be careful with engine block heaters

Good reply Uncle Bob! Bob is a :C dude, and gave good info on cord size! I see so many folks that are using way too light of cord, and way too long for the load carried. Not just for block heaters, as we've all noticed the guy running a 100' 16g cord to his RV, while trying to run AC and other. :) Jerry You are right, Bob is a cool dude :B My neighbor rented an RV and the first thing he did was run a small orange cord 100' out of his garage and turn on the A/C :E Later he came over and asked me why the adapter melted :B
2 many 2 04/21/22 11:13am General RVing Issues
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Burch, Glad to hear you got your seats back and they turned out nice. I am always surprised at the cost of re-upholstering things over the years, it is always about double of what I am expecting. You should have good luck with the Ultra Leather, we have it in a cream color on all the seating in our TT. It is now eight years old and even with our energetic dog it still looks new. No signs of wear and it cleans easily. Hope you and Monty get better soon :)
2 many 2 04/21/22 10:57am RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Looks Good so far! Nice cab area.
2 many 2 04/04/22 12:48pm RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Hi FOOFS! We are going to do a big trip from Panama City Beach up into Ontario in late July, early August. On our way home our trip will pass through Waynesboro, Georgia - where the Old Fella Memorial is. Can someone give me its exact location in Waynesboro? Thanks! Waynesboro City Park. Intersection of S.Liberty and W.5th street. Give Old Fella a pat on the head for me.:) If you make it to the park to see the Old Fella statue, any chance you could share some pics with the rest of us. It has been many years since any of us have seen pictures of the the statue and the beautiful surrounding area. Thank you.
2 many 2 03/29/22 05:13pm RV Pet Stop
RE: A very old stray {The Old Fella Story}

Good Day FOOFs, In the interest of keeping the thread going, if I may, I will chime in once in a while. I always wanted to say something this winter when all of you were sharing the great snow stories but I felt guilty always being in the seventies and eighties on the left coast. I started on RV.Net in 2003 under a different moniker and had a few PM's with Richard, never attended any rally's, but always felt like part of the group. I was fortunate to get a couple bricks with the Old Fella Statue in the park years and years ago. So, Birch, how did the re-upholstering of the seats go? I know any project is a major hassle and takes twice as long as it should and costs three times what you think it would be :B Also, Birch, you have not mentioned any problems with your doggy's glands in a long time so you must have gotten that under control? I ask because I had that problem with two dogs and it was awful to deal with and could get very serious and expensive....... 23 pounds, WOW :B:C:) FYI, Gas here is about $6 a gallon and diesel is a little more :E
2 many 2 03/25/22 01:57am RV Pet Stop
RE: Need a sticker - Catalyst marked to prevent theft

The sticker better glow in the dark, because that's when they're stolen. And in multiple languages :B
2 many 2 01/30/22 04:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: No good deed goes unpunished

After several negative experience's helping friends and strangers, I finally learned my lesson after 40 years. Now I play ignorant, sorry, but that is how it is. When I help someone change a tire and then they blame me because their car will not start, well, that was the end of it............. When I jump start their car and then they blame me because the radiator is leaking, well, that was he end of it........... When I changed a fuse for a stranded motorist and they blamed me because they ran out of gas, that was the end of it............ Etc., Etc.......... I am obviously a slow learner...............
2 many 2 01/25/22 05:35pm Tech Issues
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