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Posted: 11/04/18 04:09pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

goreds2 wrote:

Yesterday, I ran the rooftop air for about 2 hours as it had not ran for a year. It did great and cooled well.

Also took it to a mechanic down the road to have the driver side power window checked.

He is also investigating why the dash air is not cooling.

Fingers crossed!


Glad that I read this. I forgot to do this. Not sure that it has ever been run. Thanks!


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Hi Folks. Sold my Roadtrek 190 V. The sleeping accommodations were not working out. Looking for a Roadtrek Popular, about the year 2000 or older, milage 100,000 or less, in good condition for $10,000 or less. Will be adjustible.

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slept in it overnight as I do 365 days a year. I live fulltime out of mine and love it. Full-time van-dweller 7 plus years including Roadtrek since October 2015.

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^ Very cool. How about starting up a thread to tell us how you function - where do you park, how do you keep warm, do you drive it to work, do you get enough exercise?

As far as what I did yesterday...
I didn't sleep in ours, but I did visit it and sit on the bed for a bit.


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Did my annual propane leak check. I put a pressure guage in the line, close the valve at the tank and wait for 10 min. Doesn't drop, good to go.
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Filled up propane tank, started loading some items. December 24 is not only Christmas eve but our 55th anniversary so we are going to spend it and Christmas day in our B on top of a small mountain enjoying the solitude.[emoticon]

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oops guess I need to redo my profile, the Wildcat and F-250 were traded in on the Class B.

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Drove to our Christmas dinner at friends’ home. When we got home, I didn’t want to get out. I could not talk DH into camping overnight at Walmart. He thought it was too cold.

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Haven't driven my Jayco B for about a month so I plugged it in to top off the coach battery.

Was such a nice day I finally made the strap and installed it to keep the driver side rear door from opening all the way so the spare tire doesn't hit the taillight lens. Now I need to either find a replacement lens or bite the bullet and buy a pair of the LED replacement assemblies.

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