Just got a reminder for my renewal today
From ccc, no mention of discount or extension.
When I tried to ring all offices are closed and no one taking call ,
But someone there to send out payment reminders.
I will post the outcome when I can,
Let’s see what motorhome and caravan club have to say.
Back to work today a bit daunting but ok,
Been wearing PPE for each job, so customers are happy.
Did notice a lot of people clustered together and taking no notice of distancing .
Postie delivered a parcel next to house I was working on with no gloves or mask.
Hello you 2, hope your both ok,
I’m a little bit sozzled typing this so hope it’s ok.
Are you in the Rv or 5 th wheel and r the cats ok I’m in lockdown on the park so can get around a bit and getting a few jobs done.
It would be good to meet up after this.
Be safe and let us know if your...
Resealed the roof with new eternabond, lap sealed the vents, and repainted roof with
Rustoliums Noxyde peganox.
Hopefully will last another 20 years.
Another lockdown job completed .
Full service next.
Met someone in Spain few years back and they were using butane, it had made a big black mark up the side of the Rv above the water heater, so I wouldn’t risk it with butane.
But why would you when propane is plentiful.
I’ll probably only have it on the inverter while
Travelling and overnight in stops, I have 4 trojans so should be ok, as I said before a lot of coaches are being built with residential fridges so I would think it should run ok.
That sounds good for me,
I’ll up the inverter to a 1000 to cope with the startup surge.
I have a 240 socket at the back of the fridge which was used for the fridge 110 transformer so should be good to go
Thinking of taking norcold out and putting in a residential fridge.
Any ideas of inverter size would be welcomed
I can buy a new fridge for the price of a new board for older norcolds,
I would rather put its own inverter in rather than use my inverter charger.
I know a lot of new coaches are...
Started removing old eternabond today
Thought it was going to be a nightmare job.
But the good old multi tool removed it fantastic,
Tomorrow I’ll put the new stuff while weather is hot.
Bloody expensive stuff.
£140 50’ x 6”
Don’t Americans do straight lines ( rivets)