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RE: That time of year

winterized mine a month ago. We shut down after the first weekend of October. Good tho bad did. Been freezing weather.
kearlms 11/02/19 07:25am Travel Trailers
RE: Havent camped in 2 years

I know the feeling. This last winter I took a spill and tore up my rotator and had to go in for surgery. Haven't been able to get out this year and I am kitchen to go. Hope recovery has been good to you.
kearlms 09/19/19 08:37pm Travel Trailers
RE: Water lines are killing me

As for winterizing the trailer. I do both. I blow out all the lines and then put in antifreeze. I am thinking it is just age. The camper is a 98 and we have had it for 10 years and from what I can see the lines and even the pump are original. rbpru, sorry to hear you are having issues also. hope you can figure it out and get back at it.
kearlms 05/09/19 08:39pm Travel Trailers
Water lines are killing me

It has been a crazy weekend for water lines. First the pressure water inlet starts leaking. Fixed that. Second the coupler connecting the line from the fresh tank to the pump starts leaking and when. I try to take it off to see what's up the nipple on the pump shears off. New pump and fittings and we have water again. Now this morning getting ready to take a shower and I hear a loud pop and water rushing. The bypass valve for the water heater blew apart. Took off the winterizing kit and put the lines dirct to the water heater and now it is heating back up. What else can go wrong this weekend? We are living in the camper for the next month and I hope the madness stops. So my question is water got into the carpet under the bed, how do I dry it all out?
kearlms 05/05/19 10:52am Travel Trailers
RE: Extension Cord

Our TT isn't that big. It is a 23' with no slide outs. Just a box. We camp in cooler weather all the time and the furnace does great to keep the temps up and comfortable in the TT. So we won't be using a supplemental heat source.
kearlms 04/20/19 11:07am Travel Trailers
RE: Extension Cord

Seems like a bunch of confusion about heating and AC. We will only is the furnace not a 1500 watt heater. AC is not even a consideration as out highs are fairly hitting mit to upper 60's. We also have a gen set if we need any big loads we will hook that up and get the 30 ampswe need. Hope this clears some things up.
kearlms 04/20/19 06:23am Travel Trailers
RE: Extension Cord

So all we will be running is Fridge on propane, Furnace, TV, Bathroom fan as needed, Water pump, and charging phones as needed. Not using a lot of power. Stove we will use, but that is propane. Microwave may or may not be used, but if it does it will only be if necessary. Wife does not like microwaves very much. WE have plenty of water, spigot within 10 feet. Sewer we will have to pull out and dump, but we will have an indoor bathroom for our use.
kearlms 04/18/19 01:43pm Travel Trailers
Extension Cord

We have found ourselves in a spot where we are going to have to live in our camper for a bit and need to purchase an extension cord that will reach the closest power. I am looking at a heavy duty 100 ft 12 gauge extension cord. I will only be plugging into a 15 amp plug for the time and it is about 100 ft from the trailer. We wont be using the A/C and will only be using lights, TV, and heater when needed. So, my question is will this be good enough for us?
kearlms 04/18/19 10:27am Travel Trailers
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