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water line vibration

We have a 2013 Thor Chateau 31L motorhome and when we are boondocking and using our onboard water tank & water pump we are getting a terrible pipe rattle. It is the lines that service our shower and when it happens you can feel the vibration on the back side of the wall which is in our bedroom. We don't boondock much so it never bothered us to much but we are heading out in a couple of weeks and know we will be using it for 5 days. Was wondering if we took the shower faucet assembly off and sprayed expansion foam down if that would help. Hate to cut a hole in the bedroom wall to try and fix it. We figure at the factory they failed to secure the lines to a stud. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Sqdancecaller 07/24/20 01:58pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Celebrating 50 years while beating the heat...

Congrats! We celebrated our 50th in Feb.
Sqdancecaller 07/24/20 06:07am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Road Trip Planner Apps

We use RVParky. It has been very helpful and is pretty easy to use. We had 3 trips planned but thanks to the Covid-19 had to cancel all 3.
Sqdancecaller 04/22/20 08:55am Roads and Routes
RE: The Coronavirus

Our plans changed because of this virus. We were to head for Florida on March 10th. Plans were to attend the Indy race in St. Pete, spend 2 weeks in the Tampa area, head to the panhandle for 6 days then onto Birmingham for the 2nd Indy race of the season. Due to having cancer plus diabetes and a low immune system we thought it better to cancel and stay home. We are very disappointed but when you are in the category of elderly with health issues better not chance it. Just hoping this virus outbreak is gone soon as we don't want to miss the entire race season!
Sqdancecaller 03/12/20 08:28am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Rv park south of Atlanta

We stay at Interstate Campground in Byron, Ga. It is right off I75 and easy access to the sites. Highly recommend this place.
Sqdancecaller 03/12/20 08:21am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Misspelled Schwintek post

Good information on the mobile tech. We will be at Happy Traveler on March 12 for 2 weeks. Just hope we won't need the tech but good to know there is one in the area.
Sqdancecaller 02/26/20 03:20pm General RVing Issues
RE: Water Fill up - Flying J?

We have done the Ohio to Florida trip many times with the same issues you are asking about. We have found that taking several gallons of water jugs meets our needs. It is usually a 2 day trip so no showers just heating water on the stove and doing the sponge bath works ok. Once we get to our destination it's time for a hot shower! We are leaving on March 10th for the Tampa area and hopefully the weather will be good this year. Have a safe trip and lots of fun!
Sqdancecaller 02/13/20 06:45am Roads and Routes
RE: Anyone gone on a Cruise?

We have been on at least 20 cruises over the years. Our best advice is to find a good travel agent to help you out. They have a wealth of information and can match you up with just the right cruise. Would never try to do it myself as I like having someone to go to with questions or problems. They know all the ins and outs of travel to help me out.
Sqdancecaller 11/22/19 06:42am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Pigion Forge TN

I'll put in another vote for Pine Mountain. Stayed there last Memorial Day and we were very impressed . Hope to get back there in the future.
Sqdancecaller 11/20/19 09:07am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Winterizing and sink sprayer hose

We had the same issue one year only with our outdoor shower head. Forgot all about it until we hooked up the first time in the spring and saw water dripping. Lesson was learned, we now take it off when we winterize and have had no issues since.
Sqdancecaller 11/07/19 08:02am General RVing Issues
RE: Fulltiming in a Class C

We are not full timers but snowbirds. Have spent 3+ months in our 32ft Thor Chateau with no issues. You just have to learn what items are a must and what is not needed. The first year we had way too much and from there took out what was not needed. Love spending winters where it is warmer!
Sqdancecaller 09/23/19 02:05pm Class C Motorhomes
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