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Old 11-14-2021, 09:48 AM   #1
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Hi all,
I recently purchased a 2006 Winnebago View. I have a 5th wheel trailer I use as an office and have done trailer camping throughout my life (starting with my parents)!
But we never had a Motorhome so I am new to all of this.
So far I love it and I love the almost vintage aspects of my little View. I call her my Peanut!
I am a big DIY'er and am hoping to start with tightening my kitchen sink and replaceing the puck lights with LED. (They are so hot!)
Not sure how to get access to the faucet as yet since I am not flexible enough to access it. These little RV's are a different kind of cat!
I am hoping this forum with provide me with much knowledge, ideas and community.
blessings to all
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Old 11-14-2021, 11:43 AM   #2
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Hi all,
I recently purchased a 2006 Winnebago View. I have a 5th wheel trailer I use as an office and have done trailer camping throughout my life (starting with my parents)!
But we never had a Motorhome so I am new to all of this.
So far I love it and I love the almost vintage aspects of my little View. I call her my Peanut!
I am a big DIY'er and am hoping to start with tightening my kitchen sink and replaceing the puck lights with LED. (They are so hot!)
Not sure how to get access to the faucet as yet since I am not flexible enough to access it. These little RV's are a different kind of cat!
I am hoping this forum with provide me with much knowledge, ideas and community.
blessings to all
What sink/faucet do you have? Got pics? I have the round Dometic sink with the glass cover. It had the cheesy folding plastic faucet that broke so I bought a metal one, getting to it was not easy and I had to work blind, feeling my way up there with the necessary tools. The sink bowl hides it pretty good and there is no room for anyone bigger than an elf to actually turn and look up there.
Your puck lights may be able to be re-lamped with LED bulbs, mine take the wafer style G4 base which is a direct replacement for the hot little halogens. I also bought 2 extra lights on ebay, exact replacements for the originals in my 2011 Via. I needed one to fill the hole when I removed my satellite dish.
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