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Old 02-01-2011, 11:36 PM   #61
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Here are some shots of the removed panel. Pardon the bedroom mess.
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Old 02-02-2011, 08:26 AM   #62
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Chris would you say that the wall panel is about 1/2" thick? I had to glue the panel shut after the initial road trip when I bought it, it was coming loose at the shower door edge. I may try to use short screws and glue the mount to the panel. If that doesn't work then will take the panel off and use bolts. Thanks for the pics!
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Old 02-02-2011, 08:47 AM   #63
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Yes, probably 1/2" inch. I'd say maybe 1/2 inch of add'l dead space between the wall and pan, probably less.
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ok thanks for the pics, these new flat screens are pretty light weight and thin for trailer use. I'll post photos of the finished work.
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Cat Scale Weight of 25 SafariSE

Took it to the Cat Scale to weigh her and came out to 5260 lbs. Some water in tank, propane mostly full and basic stuff loaded, towels bedding, no food. That was less than the 6500 I expected. Anybody else with the 25 fBSE?
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d u n clude da tung?

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Aaaaah so.. Trailer was still connected to TV so that could skew results slightly.
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Anyone know the model number of the Duotherm AC Heat Pump? Went through the manuals no luck but the sales sheet says it's 11,000 BTU which seems strange as thought it was 13,500. First time to try out the AC and she blows hot so trying to find part and service manual.
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