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4 comments:

  1. Hi Grace. I've been getting quite a bit out of your blog posts. I'm wondering...did you actually install that Coleman Mach 10 AC unit on your pop up when you had it? I see it listed here in the products that you used, but I don't see any mention of installing it. That's a pretty significant install! ;-)

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    1. Hi Tim! Great question! Yes. We did not install that unit ourselves. We actually paid the dealer to do it. You can find out more in a blog post about that. Thanks for asking and ask any additional questions you may have.

      https://www.southernglamper.com/2017/11/rv-ac-installation.html

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  2. Hi Grace, I am looking at your blog. This beautiful Jayco Qwest pop up. I'm about to buy a very similar (used) these days but 2 or 3 small holes in the tent scare me. Do you recommend a repair kit? the holes are exactly located at the top of the tent near the roof. That part of the tent is canvas. Thank you very much!!!! Regards.

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    1. I do recommend using a repair kit. Be very careful with this work and job because if these are small holes, you don't want to make them worse. And you want to inspect for signs of dry rot. Because if this is starting you will end up replacing the whole canvas. Take your time and repair slowly so that you get it done without making holes that will leak water when you repair.

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