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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

I knew I'd need that drill

The picture shows that I'm not a traditionalist. Whatever works. The problem to be solved is that that junction of the side wall of the shower and the shower base had about a half inch gap. The trim piece that goes over it has stripped screws, probably related. I needed a way to brace them together so I can hopefully use silicone sealant to seal them together and than use longer screws to attach the trim then seal the heck out of all of it.

Progress is ongoing. I ask myself each day which thing is most annoying and work to fix that. I'm moving up the water hierarchy from broken gray water blade to water leak to now sealing the shower. Lighting the water heater is on the list but so far I'm letting the ambient temperature heat the water in the 50'
water hose for my needs. Gotta psych myself up to turning on the propane. Also need to buy a carbon monoxide detector and a fire extinguisher.

This is all why I moved into a park for the first few months. Learning curve and all that.

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3 comments:

  1. Don't be afraid of the propane , just respect it. I assume you had the propane system inspected when you had the coach checked out.

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  2. I always found the propane to be the least of my worries! Fortunaely I don't remember having to "light" anything, but I may have.

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  3. Your doing a great job. Don't know why your are afraid of propane, did you have a bad experience?

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