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 on: Today at 08:18:17 pm 
Started by David J. Rotelle - Last post by David J. Rotelle
I used a latex caulk around the perimeter (including where the tile meets the counter) and grout in the center joints. I also used adhesive sheets to adhere the tile to the wall.

I will be keeping a close eye on the grout joints for signs of cracking but don't expect any..................we shall see   Smile

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 on: Today at 06:02:46 pm 
Started by David J. Rotelle - Last post by Benny820
 Yahoo! MeToo Beautful, looks great. My wife and I plan to order the 2450 in a few months. Maybe I can get the factory to do that for us.   Bev and  Tim Reilly

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 on: Today at 05:50:27 pm 
Started by JOHNNYandVICKI.O - Last post by TomHanlon
I hope you called the factory as this should be covered under your warranty.

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 on: Today at 03:58:32 pm 
Started by JOHNNYandVICKI.O - Last post by JOHNNYandVICKI.O
Thank you all for your replies, all very helpful info.  Bob, it looks like you were pretty close on what was wrong.  Turns out all the fittings behind the city water panel and the shower panel were loose and leaking.  The water must have migrated into the coach from those fittings because once everything was tightened up there is no more water.  I can't believe how this could happen on a brand new coach.  We happened to find a great rv guy in Branson who came and looked at it and found the problem.  He also caulked around the outside shower with butyl because he said that should have been done at the factory too.  We were very happy that we could enjoy the rest of our trip without worrying about water damage.  On our way back to Wisconsin now in a DRY PC?..... Thanks again! 

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 on: Today at 03:25:16 pm 
Started by 2 Frazzled - Last post by 2 Frazzled
I have a funny story on that. The boss was in San Francisco visiting customer sites and kept getting lost. He called the office and told us to upgrade his rental car for San Diego so that it included a GPS. We called him back and told him none were available but that we were able to get him a Volkswagon that came with a dog that would stick its head out the window and bark when it was time to turn... We were laughing hysterically but he didn't take it the same way. He threatened to get new office staff when he got back.

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 on: Today at 03:17:49 pm 
Started by 2 Frazzled - Last post by randallandchris
Feb 2009 drove north thru Big Sur and recall numerous turnouts on coast side suitable for and signage indicating OK for boondocking.  Beautiful drive even pulling toad behind 37 footer.

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 on: Today at 02:08:50 pm 
Started by 2 Frazzled - Last post by ron.dittmer
our favorite place: Lake Tahoe...one of the highest and deepest alpine lakes in the world.  It's readily accessible on the north end via I-80, and on the south end via Hwy 50.  Weather permitting, of course.  It's about 2-1/2 to 3 hrs from the Napa area, so a day trip or overnight from the Bay Area is easy and a gorgeous drive.
Is I-80 fixed up between Tahoe & Napa yet?  Back in 2007 we drove to Napa Valley from Lake Tahoe down that very steep grade and the highway was so badly busted up in the slow lane.  I resorted to the fast lane to save our rig from getting shaken to pieces.  That cost us $300 in a speeding ticket trying to keep up with traffic in the fast lane.  We have not crossed the border into California since that trip.  I am close to getting over that welcome.  Maybe we'll spend our vacation money in California soon.

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 on: Today at 11:54:55 am 
Started by 2 Frazzled - Last post by Pax
Ron:

Hard to deal with those restrictions!  Not sure if there are similar restrictions at all other state parks here.

Holly/John:

I'd be awfully remiss if I didn't put in a plug for our favorite place: Lake Tahoe...one of the highest and deepest alpine lakes in the world.  It's readily accessible on the north end via I-80, and on the south end via Hwy 50.  Weather permitting, of course.  It's about 2-1/2 to 3 hrs from the Napa area, so a day trip or overnight from the Bay Area is easy and a gorgeous drive. They do have a number of RV parks on both the CA and NV sides of the lake, as well as campgrounds (Fallen Leaf, Nevada Beach, Tahoe Valley, Campground By The Lake, Sugar Pine Pt State Park, etc). From the lake there are many easy day trips to Virginia City, Carson City, Reno.

The north side is more rustic, the south side more touristy (major casinos, Heavenly Valley Ski Area, shopping). The Heavenly Valley tram to the top runs most of the year with some spectacular views.

Just so much to do and see any time of year in that area.....fishing, horseback riding, sleigh rides, hiking, paddle wheel cruises to Emerald Bay, kayaking, etc.   Oh, and the best Bloody Mary anywhere?  It's at Cabo Wabo inside Harvey's Resort.

    - Mike

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 on: Today at 11:46:04 am 
Started by JOHNNYandVICKI.O - Last post by randallandchris
I use an air compressor to winterize and think that may help you find the leak.  Need an air to male hose fitting to city water inlet and with interior plumbing fixtures off listen for any air/water sputtering but regulate pressure say 25-40 lbs. to not damage pipes.

Not your issue but we flooded one leaving sink stopper in vanity and forgetting water was left on.  I threw away that stopper.

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 on: Today at 11:46:03 am 
Started by 2 Frazzled - Last post by AMW
Ron, well maybe I would do better if I had four GPS, but only have three  Grin.  The object at the bottom of the photo that looks like a small screen is a temperature monitor screen that shows me the remote temperature in my farthest back dog crate so I know if the dash AC is not keeping them cool enough as I drive.

I miss my copilot with the paper maps.

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