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 on: Today at 06:15:35 AM 
Started by Dave5Cs - Last post by Ace
Gumpy I was thinking the same thing when I saw it!

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 on: Today at 05:55:04 AM 
Started by Jeremy - Last post by digesterman
LOL, in total agreement Ros, but we probably have offended someone that is allergic to the truth

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 on: Today at 05:36:03 AM 
Started by zubzub - Last post by zubzub
Can I use a programmable thermostat as a simple on/off timer at very low ambient temps?
I would like to control a proheat.  I have found a few dedicated 12V timers on line, but a I have a spare 7 day timer
I was wondering if I could use it to time my proheat.....
Obviously I can use it to turn on/off the timer at reasonable temperatures, but as the low setting is 55 F., I'm thinking it will turn on anyway as  soon as I get it outside in the cold as a default.  Most thermostats made for residential have a low setting of 55 which I presume means they kick in no matter what at 55 to avoid freeze damage in the home.
I would like to do this ASAP and I seem to recall someone here saying I could use a thermostat to control a proheat, and I had only just considered the 55 cut in possibility.
BTW if I had a multimeter handy I could double check the low cut in, but I don't, so it is really just a presumption.

 on: Today at 05:01:36 AM 
Started by Dave5Cs - Last post by gumpy
Wonder how well that plywood will work for the side walls. Seems a bit iffy to me.

 on: Today at 04:50:24 AM 
Started by sparkplug188 - Last post by sparkplug188
Bruce- You are right.  However, there are sealers made for standing water and underwater use.  The guy at the RV shop said Dicor will work in standing water.  The tube doesn't say if it will or won't work.  We will just have to see if it holds up.

Liquid EPDM sold on Amazon brags about not being affected by standing water or underwater use.  I might try that if the Dicor doesn't last.

3m adhesive on the outside of the gutter is probably the best functional solution. The only reason I am avoiding it is, my gutters are shiny polished aluminum.  I don't know sealant lines would look from the ground.

 on: Today at 04:05:14 AM 
Started by Lostranger - Last post by Lostranger
Look carefully at what you buy and make sure it isn't out of date.  I've seen several stores with out of date sika flex on the shelf.  One of them was an RV dealer.  I went back a month later and it was still on the shelf.  The date code should be stamped on the bottom. 

Everything I bought from Merritt was in date. I bought primer once that was within 30 days of expiration, but that was my choice. They notified me after I ordered of the date situation and gave me the option of waiting 5 days for their new supply. I chose to get the in-stock product since I was in a hurry, and I was going to use it immediately. At that point they gave me an additional discount on the older product. I loved it!

Darryl, did you get my reply to your last email?

 on: Today at 03:13:49 AM 
Started by wdtjawshwdt - Last post by Jon
I hope Ros is reading this thread.

 on: November 22, 2014, 10:36:43 PM 
Started by Jeremy - Last post by ros

I think it would be even better for Pelosi, Obama, Reid, Biden, Lerner, Jesse J., Al Sharpton, Gruber and MANY, MANY OTHERS  to be shown in the bus seats with toilets below on the bus sides.

Sorry for being politically incorrect and bringing up politics.........NOT


      I already mentioned Washington above!!

 on: November 22, 2014, 10:06:20 PM 
Started by sparkplug188 - Last post by Dave5Cs
Trouble, Trouble Trouble, Right here in River City With  ...................... sorry couldn't resist Bruce Grin

 on: November 22, 2014, 09:54:06 PM 
Started by sparkplug188 - Last post by Oonrahnjay
  How about a dab of 3m seem sealer on the bottom that way its not blocking the run.  ... 

      Yeah, I think that this is important.  *Any* place you make a puddle of water, you're eventually going to get a water leak there.  All it takes is the slightest uphill or dam, and there's going to be standing water and that's going to cause trouble.

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