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Old 03-09-2018, 08:14 PM   #1
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Nice to be here, a good users group is worth it's weight in gold.

We just bought a 2003 Sunline Solaris model 2653. We are looking forward to enjoying her for many summers to come.
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Welcome to the forum. This is a great group for help and support. We bought our first travel trailer last fall....our 2003 Sunline 1950, and if not for this forum I don't know how we would have managed. Such great people and excellent guidance.


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Welcome and congrats on your Sunny! You have joined a fantastic group.
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Congrats on your new Sunny! You have a popular floor plan. A nice one. We look forward to hearing and seeing your Sunline adventures!

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Old 04-15-2018, 01:16 PM   #5
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Starting to get my Solaris ready to go. We had an unexpected snowfall here. About 10 inches. So that slows the process up. I am planning on adding a solar panel system mostly to keep the battery fresh when I am not using the camper. Also will help a bit when not in a spot with hookups. I do have a portable jenny I can use if I wish. Changing out the bulbs inside to LED's for brighter light with less battery usage. Also, looking for an easy chair to replace my missing one.

So far everything seems to work, although a good test of AC is in the wings.

Does anyone have a picture of how the bathroom came from the factory? There were a couple of things removed from the wall, although the medicine cabinet is still there. I am guessing there were a couple of mirrors that were removed, and not with a great deal of care.

Oh by the way, I am in Minnesota right now, NOT Florida.
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Thanks, I see there was a mirror next to the shower, so either it broke or they just pulled it off for some reason. Now to find one. There also was something attached to the back wall of the bathroom next to the medicine cabinet. Also poorly removed. Thanks for the pictures. Good way to get started.
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Nice to be here, a good users group is worth it's weight in gold.

We just bought a 2003 Sunline Solaris model 2653. We are looking forward to enjoying her for many summers to come.
You live in Florida. Why wait til summer. The south is your oyster!
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Thanks, I see there was a mirror next to the shower, so either it broke or they just pulled it off for some reason. Now to find one. There also was something attached to the back wall of the bathroom next to the medicine cabinet. Also poorly removed. Thanks for the pictures. Good way to get started.
Some people just don't like mirrors, and others have them fall off and they just don't reinstall them. It's rare for a mirror to fall off, but it does happen. You could probably make a replacement if you bought a mirror roughly that size, make an oak frame for it, and mount it with double sided foam tape. That's how the original was mounted.

As for next to the medicine cabinet, I'm not sure. Sunline did include the soap dish holder and toilet paper holder loose, for the owner to install in a location of their choosing. It could be one of those fell off or was poorly removed.
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