We had our appointment to get the M & G tow brake installed at 8 AM. It was and we were out by 9:30. M & G has been making their tow brakes since 1986. Our installer had been installing these brake systems since 1997 at their factory. We were in goods for sure.
It started raining about 3 AM and rained until about 11 PM. The return trip was a little wet but nothing heavy. We got back to Livingston about noon and settled in pretty quick.
We have 4 electrical outlets not working on the driver side of the coach when not hooked up to shore power. In other words the inverter wasn’t inverting on that side. I checked several things out with no luck. I called Lazydays tech line – no help. I called Winnebago tech line and got no help. So I took down a wall that the inverter was behind down below. I was told that that the inverter was not behind any wall. Well, someone forgot to tell the assembly line not to put the wall there. Anyhow it only had one pop out fuse. I was told there was 3. Nope only one. Anyhow, everything seemed OK. Well, being a guy and when everything else fails – read the manual. Tomorrow I will reset the inverter which neither tech said to do. It basically shuts off and then turns itself back on. We got an appointment at Lazydays in Tucson in Dec so what ever. We got 13 items for them to repair/check out.
We are now fine tuning our loading of the Baby. Just a few little things more.
The mobile is a nice storage unit, wash room, party area, extra frig and even a TV room at times but it's not home. We are living back at home in the Baby. It is our home and we live in it of course.