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Old 10-06-2016, 06:13 AM   #15
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So back to the beginning. Took the framing back out and the fresh water tank. The front floor is soft and spongy. Need to replace.


You're making great progress.
Is this the front of the trailer?
There's not a lot of support under the front section of my floor under the front gaucho, so the floor is flexible and bouncy even though there's no rot.
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Is this the front of the trailer? There's not a lot of support under the front section of my floor under the front gaucho, so the floor is flexible and bouncy even though there's no rot.
So I have discovered. Pulled out the bad section that was rotted. The fresh water tank is leaking around the filler, so it's off to the plastic welder today. Also the plastic behind the filler door just fell apart so that will be coming out and replaced with a marine filler.
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Dinette done

Dinette done. Upholstery next
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Good job with the table, the benches and the upholstery. It looks really good. What's next?
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Looks fantastic! Great job!
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Good job with the table, the benches and the upholstery. It looks really good. What's next?
The inside is about about done. Next hook up the gas and check for leaks and test all appliances. The fridge is the only mystery to me.

Then all external. Lights, wheels, bearings, brakes.

Then ready for first trip.

External paint will be last.

Did replace the water pump and what a difference. 1 it has more pressure and 2 it is so quiet.
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Next hook up the gas and check for leaks and test all appliances.
Hooked up the gas. Soapy water. No leaks. Stove and oven working. Hot water heater working. Can't work out the fridge or the furnace.

Onward
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