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Old 10-14-2015, 11:15 AM   #1
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New to the Club - New to me Sunline 1982 TT

Hello all! New to the club! Picked up a 1982 19' TT for cheap! This is my first ever TT so basically what I'm saying is I know nothing really about it. I bought this to use during hunting seasons here in Virginia. Everything works great on the trailer. I pulled it 5.5 hours from Pennsylvania to Virginia with no problems at all. I am very pleased and cant wait to start updating it. This weekend I will be updating the flooring to laminate, as well a refinishing the stove/hood. My wife is making new covers for all of the cushions. Wallpaper will follow... Below are a few pictures I took after I towed it home!

Question... can anyone tell me where and how the water heater works? I will have it hooked up directly to my well spigot. Thanks!

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Old 10-14-2015, 07:08 PM   #2
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Thumbs up W.H. outside vent door, Pilot.

WELCOME... CONGRATS on a nice score.. Model & Size.. Yes, Penn would be the best
supply of SunLIne campers.. We also went out of state to rescue a 86 model
18 1/2 ft.... NOt quite a 5hr trip..
. Looks like our kitchen cabinets were close in color... We had almost the same floor tile.... Did not know the industry had bunk beds offered in the 82 era.. Looks like a flip down bed in front over table. ?
. Your water heater should have a vent door on the outside , drivers side or street side near the refrigerator.... There should be a gas line knob, maybe red in color, instructions should still be posted there , turn knob maybe 1/4 turn , take a longer spark lighter , like a candle pistol, and light the pilot light. After a few seconds I guess one could open up the knob all way and hear a gush of blue flame.
. There is a national club for classics campers that are over 25 yrs old, you may read about , or go to a rally when your upgrades are finished... Known as Tin Can Tourist , from back in the 1930's.. There is a very big Facebook page , following, regional chapters around the country... Again enjoy your find / project . We are east Tenn , below Knoxville .. If your outside roll down awning is in good usable shape ,that is a big value..
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Old 10-14-2015, 07:40 PM   #3
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Thanks for the info! I will check the water heater tomorrow. Will post pictures as I update the camper. Glad to be a part of the club! I'm sure I'll have a ton of questions!
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