What did you do to your van today?

GMJ

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I just washed mine and also cleaned all the seams with a toothbrush to get the green winter algae out.

All in readiness for Sunday's trip away
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wildebus

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Today I will probably tax the old boy before collecting from the garage after the MOT yesterday

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Clean MOT with no advisories ready for the new season :D

(wish I could say it was painless but the wallet will disagree - but needs must)
 

GMJ

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I just replaced the pigtails in my gas cabinet as they were coming up to 5 years old. That's a sod of a job with 2 x 13kg Propane cylinders to heft around; and remembering that the threads are the other way around to normal; and the bit of carpet in there to stop noises, getting caught on the safety lip that the cylinders sit on; and having bugger all room to work with the cylinder spanner!

Most of all though it was a sod when I caught my little finger between a cylinder and the floor which took all the skin off.

Its surprising how far a swear word carries in a small, quiet village!
 
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mikejay

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Filled the water tank up with water and puriclean to clean out all the pipes ready for getting away and put all the bedding back in.

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Kell

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Finally got around to fitting Cruise Control. I have been promising myself this for years on our previous vans and having had Tilly 2 for over a year I bit the bullet and bought a self fit kit. Of course Iโ€™ve no idea if it works as I havenโ€™t had chance to take the van out but the green CC light on the dash illuminates when I switch it on.

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GMJ

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I switched on the fridge in ours, ready for tomorrow's trip.
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Torchy

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Now that the leisure batteries are under the wife's bed :LOL::LOL: I have a nice toolbox where the original battery use to be.
Freeing up useful space under the dining seats. Job done.20210411_124548.png
 
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