Hello all. I was under the inpresion that it was against Federal DOT or a simular regularatory agency, to have a lock on the propane compartment door so that in case of an emergency it would become inaccesable.
I know on my many RV there was never a lock on the propane conpartment, while all the other compartments had locks.
Happy camping nm1oqrz
Originally Posted by ROBERT CROSS
Started out with every intention of washing the AS yesterday....
Got sidetracked by a few things that have bugged me for awhile...
The exterior plastic moldings, the ones that are supposed to shine, but instead just grows a lot of green stuff.
The entrance door grab handle, a relative of the battery door surrounds.
The dirty grey rear bumper cover, that resists most attempts at dressing up.
And the latch for the LPG cover that loves to come undone.
Needed only three helpers...3M Fine liquid compound,(a pretty darn good metal polish), my favorite paint sealer smeared on everything, and a mini Master Padlock.
Only thing left today is to actually do the wash job, then the DW can get the interior ready for our anu-anal Leef-Peek'n Tour.