Today was not a trip, but another modification to our home to make it even better. This coach came with a nice closet for a washer/dryer, but recall we had recently bought a W/D Combo unit and installed it in the Mammoth.
We were able to move the combo from that coach to this one with the help of the guys at the dealership, but we had not had time to install it yet. Unlike houses that have the dryer vent already installed in a laundry area, RVs typically require you to cut the hole and install the vent. We also wanted to install the drip pan under the Combo, so if there are any leaks there will not be damage. The drip pan has an overflow outlet, and we had to plumb that to the exterior.
We took a bunch of pics, but here are just a few:
Starting the vent hole from the inside.
Hole is done!
Vent pipe added, wooden base and pan installed, drain for pan routed into the carpeted chase and down to the propane compartment.
Can't wait to get it up and running!
Update: we determined the leak was from the new hoses we put on for the cold and hot lines. The original hoses from Splendide had a bigger washer inside, making a better seal with the connections on the back of the W/D. We put the original hoses back on, and no leaks!