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Old 05-19-2008, 02:56 PM   #1
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Hi again, I received such good advise about what things were in my trailer(a 1995 Sunline Solaris T 2670) that now it is parked on the site I was able to follow the diagrams to discover what all the circle covers were on the ceiling and what all the exterior compartments were. I have it connected to the sewer system and know how to dump. I even got brave and know how to use the stove and light the hot water heater. I did buy a gas detector as I couldn't see one in the trailer and using propane scares me.

I do have a problem with my water, it leaks under the bathroom sink. I had someone look at it and they told me I had to replace the t connection. I managed to take it out so have to find a place to buy another. Are they standard in size and sold at most trailer outlets? When I reinstall it is there anything I should know about doing it. What if it still leaks, any ideas on what else to fix.

I also have a question about the electricity, I am on a 30 amp site. Is there a limit to the number of electrical items that can be plugged in at the same time? I tried to use an electric can opener and it didn't work, also the rechargable flashlight didn't recharge, neither did my cell phone. The tv, toaster and clock all work fine. Or do I have a problem and how do I check this out?

Does the furnace work by propane or is it electric? It does work well I was just wondering what I was using for it.

Besides these little problems I enjoyed a weekend of camping with my two youngest sons 12 and 13 and one of my six grandchildren. It was a first experience for all of them and they had a blast! Camping as a single Mother isn't too hard, the people in the campground have been very helpful and one of them even built a 10 x 20 platform deck for me. I love my trailer and am set to stay in this spot for a long time.
Mom to 7 and granny to 6 (soon to be 7)
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