Monday, 10 October 2016
Friday, 23 September 2016
We got onto the Jayco internet forum, which is excellent, full of good tips and even asked experienced RV friends if they knew of a good way to remove the old sealant without making a big mess and damaging the roof. The plain indication from everyone was, there is no magic way of removing the by Jayco generous applied sealant, a lot of patience and a 2” putty knife were the recommendation.
Benno went up the ladder looking at the exhaust vent and down the ladder again to look at the fridge, he was not thrilled and too happy, I let him have his peace.
below: PC-board with protective cover removed
Use a good ratchet crimping tool, you need red and black AWG 18 or 20 gauge tin copper stranded wire and fully insulated female spade connector, an automotive 12 VDC relay with mounting bracket (Bosch, Hella etc.), a couple of spate double male/female adaptors and a toggle switch (NO) with male spate connector. The two muffin fans should be 12 VDC and 120 x 120 mm in size. Get ball bearing fans and not the sleeve bearing type. Click EBM Papst at the top.
Friday, 16 September 2016
My Fissler pressure cooker
My WMF pressure cooker
The inside of the lid to show the sealing ring
Both pressure cooker came with a set of
two inserts, bracket to hold them up and extra sealing ring
Tuesday, 13 September 2016
side panel cut down three inches in width
Thursday, 8 September 2016
left: brass adapter / middle: PEX tubing / right: mini ball valve
bottom: two PEX crimp fittings
top: PEX tubing cutter / middle: red PEX tubing / bottom: box cutter could cut PEX tubing as well
two different PEX crimp tools
simple PEX crimp tool
top: removed drain plug / middle: replacement smart drain assembly /
bottom Whitlam pipe joint compound
fitted smart hot water heater tank drain