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Old 12-06-2009, 05:37 PM   #1
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115V AC Receptacle

We have added two 115V AC receptacles to our 2004 Winnebago Sightseer 35N, if interested photos of that project as well as other projects at: Picasa Web Albums - Terry & Bev + Cookie.
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Old 12-06-2009, 05:47 PM   #2
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Nice deal, where did you get the box for the receptacle on the desk? I like the shape.

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Old 12-06-2009, 06:10 PM   #3
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Hi TheBerrys. I purchased the receptacle from a local "Job Lot" store. The products are made to be used in a "Cubicle" office environment, they also make one with a "USB" port. Next time I go there I will see if there is a name or website that you may be able to use to locate it. PS I have checked out your pictures nice work.
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A complement from you on our upgrades is saying something. You’re famous for the stuff you do.

Thanks for checking for a manufacturer on the box, it sure looks a lot better than a square blue one.
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Old 12-07-2009, 03:19 AM   #5
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PACE 89: Great mods. Have a question on the electric hot water heater. Do you have to take your gas line apart to drain your tank? I have the same heater in the same place and found I have to take gas line apart to drain the tank on mine. I wonder how many times one can do this before getting into trouble.
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Hi Homer. Yes you are correct I have to disconnect gas line every time to drain the hot water tank. The heater was installed on a previous coach & was moved to the 2004 Sightseer in 2004 so this year it makes 6 times on Sightseer & at least one year on the other coach that the gas line has been disconnected/connected, how long before a problem?? Heater still works good.
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Hi Homer. Yes you are correct I have to disconnect gas line every time to drain the hot water tank. The heater was installed on a previous coach & was moved to the 2004 Sightseer in 2004 so this year it makes 6 times on Sightseer & at least one year on the other coach that the gas line has been disconnected/connected, how long before a problem?? Heater still works good.
That is comforting to hear. I must admit it worried me a bit. I always check the connection after, with soapy water. First year for me on this type heater. My previous were built in.
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Hi TheBerrys. Checked on the receptacle manufacturer today. It had two web sites I checked them & it turns out that; Rubbermaid appears to be the parent company of Rolodex. I was able to locate product photos at: Rolodex go to "Virtual" workspace, skip the intro, then go to Hub systems. Product photos are located there. I did not check but they may list a location where they are sold.
The price at the location where I find them is $ 3.00 each. Good Luck & I hope that this information helps.
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