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gbaglo 02-22-2015 05:16 PM

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Originally Posted by captmath (Post 83573)
Foot flush. Two reasons: When I rinse the tank I need a third hand to hold the valve open;

Or not.
Wet Ones container is perfect for holding the valve open, and you won't have to stand on one leg.

float5 02-22-2015 06:05 PM

Clever.

tractors1 02-22-2015 08:09 PM

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Originally Posted by Nindy (Post 83575)
Well darn! I just missed those option offerings. I would have gone for a couple of them. :)

If you haven't picked up yet, call ETI. They might just change them without a "build change" fee as they are stock parts.

kevin 02-23-2015 07:12 PM

I take a lot pride in working for an insurance company as an adjuster and would never do anything to comprise my job. As a divorced dad, I am required to pay a lot of money for expenses that should be divided by both parents in my opinion. That said asking for cash discount is no different then the Dr accepting a discount from a insurance carrier, as others have pointed out. I enjoy this forum and I am excited about ordering a trailer soon. I just felt this needed to be said Hope to see many of you soon in the future

rbryan4 02-23-2015 07:21 PM

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Originally Posted by kevin (Post 83656)
I take a lot pride in working for an insurance company as an adjuster and would never do anything to comprise my job. As a divorced dad, I am required to pay a lot of money for expenses that should be divided by both parents in my opinion. That said asking for cash discount is no different then the Dr accepting a discount from a insurance carrier, as others have pointed out. I enjoy this forum and I am excited about ordering a trailer soon. I just felt this needed to be said Hope to see many of you soon in the future

Spot on. Glad you said it.

By the way, you're gonna love going from a Casita to an Escape.

Nindy 02-23-2015 08:17 PM

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Originally Posted by tractors1 (Post 83588)
If you haven't picked up yet, call ETI. They might just change them without a "build change" fee as they are stock parts.

I can probably live without them. I can still bend over to flush, already have plenty of USB thingies, can buy a T valve if I need it, and can probably live without a $150 thermostat. Now, the power jack...we'll see about that. It might be nice but I always need the exercise. ;)

gbaglo 02-23-2015 08:20 PM

My buddy has an electric jack. Makes a heck of a lot of noise when in operation, but so do my joints, cranking by hand.

tractors1 02-23-2015 08:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Nindy (Post 83672)
I can probably live without them. I can still bend over to flush, already have plenty of USB thingies, can buy a T valve if I need it, and can probably live without a $150 thermostat. Now, the power jack...we'll see about that. It might be nice but I always need the exercise. ;)

If you don't do the Dometic Digital thermostat the fan will not turn off until you shut down the unit. If you have it, the fan will cease when it reaches the set temperature. It's a different wiring harness so it's not easy to retrofit.

Nindy 02-23-2015 08:33 PM

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Originally Posted by tractors1 (Post 83676)
If you don't do the Dometic Digital thermostat the fan will not turn off until you shut down the unit. If you have it, the fan will cease when it reaches the set temperature. It's a different wiring harness so it's not easy to retrofit.

Aha. Well, my trailer is already complete. So much to learn...!

Donna D. 02-23-2015 08:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Nindy (Post 83680)
Aha. Well, my trailer is already complete. So much to learn...!

Doesn't mean you won't enjoy it any less! You can never miss what you've never had.


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