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Old 01-29-2003, 09:09 AM   #1
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Well this winter stinks! It has been extremely cold and we have had a ton of snow and I am getting pretty sick of it. So my only savior is to go and tinker on the new motorhome. (Can't even take it out of the building to take a good exterior picture of it!)

So Saturday I put in a Aqua Saver fresh water tank access device. (I did a review on this on my old motorhome -->Aqua Saver Review)

I highly recommend this device if you are not totally deligent in your fresh water maintenance. You can quickly open the tank and verify if all of the water is drained during freezing temps or if you leave water in the tank for a extended period it will turn ugly. Just a note, your tank will not completely drain through the drain valve provided. There will be about 1/2" of water or more left, which will begin to grow algae eventually. The only way to get it completely dry is to vac it out, and you can only do that if you have access to the inside of the tank.

Then I had to get rid of the white sink covers, so I made oak replacements to match the rest of the wood interior.



Next was to solve the garbage problem. I really hate having a can out in the open with no place for it. So I had the perfect spot under the sink, but it was narrow and I could not find a can to fit. So back to the saw and I made a oak tip out can. It turned out really cool.





2003 28' Show Hauler Motorhome on a 1995 FL 120 www.showhauler.com
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