Click the pics, and get a closer look at an RV toilet.
A flock of red Roses
I've made good progress on getting the bronco ready to sell; in fact, the only thing I have left to do is replace a part on the toilet and do a little cleaning.
When I hooked up the toilet to the water supply, there was a leak that I couldn't stop, so I had to take the toilet out again and found a leak in a plastic part that couldn't be repaired. So I had to order that part, and hopefully, it will be here Wednesday. So with any luck later this week, I should be able to tape some for-sale signs on the bronco and hope somebody local is interested.
I removed the inverter from the bronco I had installed when I bought it and plan on putting it in the Lance. The inverter is the magic gadget that either converts the camper 12 volt DC power to 115 AC power that your house uses, or blows up in my face as soon as I connect it to the batteries, and there's a 50-50 chance for either one happening.
But wait a minute, you're probably thinking, what about the converter? Aren't you going to take out the converter and put that in the Lance? And I'm thinking, don't be a silly goose; everybody knows almost all campers come with converters from the factory, so the RV can convert the AC power you get when you're plugged in at the RV park into DC power to run your lights and other 12 volt gadgets. And since almost all campers come with a converter installed at the factory, there's a far less chance it will blow up in my face.... Again.
The Broncos kitchen after I've put back everything the way it was when I bought it.
I think this is the first time I've had the kitchen table in place since I bought the bronco. I prefer no table, to me its just in the way in such a small place.
My little bathroom. If that plastic part laying next to the toilet wasn't leaking water, I would've slapped a "For Sale" sign on the bronco right now.
It appears I'm a better plumber than electrician, as witnessed by the fact that I can diagnose and repair this toilet, but I can't hook up the electric umbilical cord to the Lance...There goes my reputation as the RV whisperer.