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RE: Refrigerator replacement

Specs update: 2852 Americana: H: 59 15/16 W: 23 11/16 D: 24 2872: H: 60 13/16 W: 24 14/16 D: 26
Boon Docker 10/24/21 07:20pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Refrigerator replacement

OK, never realized there were two different models.
Boon Docker 10/24/21 06:39pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Refrigerator replacement

The 2872 according to specs is: 1" higher, 3/8" wider, 1/2" deeper
Boon Docker 10/24/21 06:08pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Cold weather, generators, and campgrounds

https://i.imgur.com/iD4sqDDl.jpg
Boon Docker 10/19/21 05:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Winterizing

If you have the means to blow the lines out with air, do it and leave it that way. Just pour some more antifreeze in the p-traps and toilet.
Boon Docker 10/17/21 11:54am Travel Trailers
RE: My wife is gonna kill me, please help

This thread is pretty funny. People are still telling the OP to check things in the trailer. Even after the OP indicated that the fireplace was plugged into an outlet in the house and still wouldn't work. :B Here's the comment: Jerry, thanks. Yes, I have it plugged into an outlet right now, at our house, as well as having 2 brand new deep cycle batteries installed. The owner told me it was electric only, as opposed to propane. It's not real clear as to it referring to the fireplace being plugged into an outlet or the RV being plugged into the outlet. That they mentioned having 2 new batteries in the same sentence suggests to me that they are saying the RV is plugged into an outlet at their house. The question just previous to that reply was: "Do you have power going to it either 12 V or 120?" To me the OP response to that question was pretty obvious that it was the fireplace that was plugged in. :) The RV is plugged into our home outlet/110. Now we finally know for sure, no more confusion. Good!
Boon Docker 10/15/21 11:02am Tech Issues
RE: My wife is gonna kill me, please help

This thread is pretty funny. People are still telling the OP to check things in the trailer. Even after the OP indicated that the fireplace was plugged into an outlet in the house and still wouldn't work. :B Here's the comment: Jerry, thanks. Yes, I have it plugged into an outlet right now, at our house, as well as having 2 brand new deep cycle batteries installed. The owner told me it was electric only, as opposed to propane. It's not real clear as to it referring to the fireplace being plugged into an outlet or the RV being plugged into the outlet. That they mentioned having 2 new batteries in the same sentence suggests to me that they are saying the RV is plugged into an outlet at their house. The question just previous to that reply was: "Do you have power going to it either 12 V or 120?" To me the OP response to that question was pretty obvious that it was the fireplace that was plugged in. :)
Boon Docker 10/14/21 06:52pm Tech Issues
RE: I need help removing my broken water heater drain plug

Go to the hardware store and buy a "sprinkler riser removal tool." I have removed several with one of these, works perfect. https://www.homedepot.com/p/1-2-in-and-3-4-in-Plastic-Nipple-Extractor-26076/100203404Well, that didn't work. It sure gripped but I couldn't turn it. I'm going to get my stronger neighbor to give it a go and then try something else. I wonder if it's because it's nylon and the sprinkler heads are maybe pvc? With a tool like that you are expanding the plug making it even tighter. Heat up a screwdriver and melt a couple groves (top and bottom) in the plug right down to the metal water heater threads. Then take the screwdriver (once cooled), place it between the plug and the water heater thread and pry the plug out.
Boon Docker 10/14/21 06:18pm Tech Issues
RE: My wife is gonna kill me, please help

This thread is pretty funny. People are still telling the OP to check things in the trailer. Even after the OP indicated that the fireplace was plugged into an outlet in the house and still wouldn't work. :B
Boon Docker 10/14/21 06:08pm Tech Issues
RE: Suburban SW6DE questions

So as to not confuse things here, do you have one switch or two inside the trailer for the water heater?
Boon Docker 10/12/21 12:26pm Travel Trailers
RE: Need advice on 50 ft cable to portable solar panel

Worse case scenario based on the specs below. 100 watt panel Output 18 volts, 5 amps Distance 100 feet (12AWG) 11% voltage drop 10AWG would be about a 6% drop
Boon Docker 10/11/21 06:37pm Tech Issues
RE: Suburban SW6DE questions

If you have just one WH switch inside the trailer that is for propane operation only. The switch for electric operation is a manually operated switch attached to the front of water heater.
Boon Docker 10/11/21 11:37am Travel Trailers
RE: I need help removing my broken water heater drain plug

If the remaining threads are of plastic or nylon, you could heat up a screwdriver head & melt a grove/ slot in the material. Then cool down the screwdriver head & unscrew the remainder…A picture of your problem would be helpful…. X2
Boon Docker 10/10/21 11:13pm Tech Issues
RE: Westinghouse generator 4500

How many DB noise level? Also they are preying on the Westinghouse name, that company has been sold and resold and I have no idea who owns the name now. Some Chinese company most likely. According to specs: 52 DB
Boon Docker 10/10/21 04:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: 2019–2022 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC POSTINGS

The vaccine lowers the chance of dying and getting extremely sick from covid. Even with the vaccine you can still get covid, carry it and spread it. With a 98% recovery rate I see no need to get vaccinated. So you are saying a 2% fatality rate is acceptable. When it could be just a fraction of that amount if people would get vaccinated.
Boon Docker 10/05/21 03:27pm Around the Campfire
RE: 2019–2022 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC POSTINGS

Boon Docker, that is the bottom line. "It's a fact that vaccine helps prevent serious illness and death. I think that is a real good reason to get vaccinated." To not get vaccinated is to put one's self and others at a needless risk. Too many just to not understand it is NOT about 'me' but it IS about US! That attitude is severely slowing successful containment of Covid! Yes, unfortunately there are way too many anti vaxers and anti maskers out there that will keep this pandemic going.
Boon Docker 10/05/21 03:11pm Around the Campfire
RE: 2019–2022 CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC POSTINGS

The vaccine lowers the chance of dying and getting extremely sick from covid. Even with the vaccine you can still get covid, carry it and spread it. With a 98% recovery rate I see no need to get vaccinated. It's a fact that vaccine helps prevent serious illness and death. I think that is a real good reason to get vaccinated.
Boon Docker 10/05/21 11:38am Around the Campfire
RE: Battery Problem

Thx for the help on the converter. I am replacing my 2 6 volt golf cart batteries. Apparently new ones are hard to find. Local guys has group 31 AGM batteries available. Be says one AGM group 31 will give me the same capacity as two 6 volt batteries. Does this sound right? No, one GR 31 will give you 1/2 the amount of amp hours compared to 2 GC2 batteries.
Boon Docker 10/05/21 11:16am Tech Issues
RE: Border Crossing Headed To Alaska

International Travel advisory as of Sept 07 2021 Travel Advisory for US/Canada
Boon Docker 09/30/21 06:34pm RVing in Canada and Alaska
RE: Home - Waste Dump

I installed a 3" line for my macerator and it works fine.
Boon Docker 09/30/21 01:39pm General RVing Issues
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