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  1. Thanks for the replies. I watched both videos and am not prepared to go that far. Minor delamination under the window and extra, added sealant around the window frame tell me that it was leaking. The delamination was a small area and wasn't causing any problems. I just thought I might try something while I had access. Thinking more about it injecting epoxy probably won't do much to help the issue without replacing the luan. Thanks again for the discussion.
  2. 2001 Diplomat, I had to remove the driver's side window to send it out for defogging. While it is out I thought I'd try to do something about the bit of delam in that body panel. All I can really think to do is inject epoxy in there with a syringe. Does anyone have any better ideas or helpful hints?
  3. Thanks for the input, guys. I was wondering about those waterless cleaners. I was also looking at the 303 Protectant but will now reconsider. Tcbro 2001 Diplomat
  4. I have read in several places that the vinyl graphics on the coach should not be waxed but should be protected with a product designed for the job. I have searched on this forum and can not find any recommendations. What do you use to protect the graphics on your coach? Tom B 2001 Diplomat
  5. Paul, you are correct. I've been up there since my reply and I see that the same mounts are on the roof. Mine are covered in sealant, probably Dicor, and were somewhat camouflaged.
  6. Thanks, I'll check it out. Gary, mine is attached with pop rivets at the stand-offs but is somehow solidly attached to the roof at the handrails.
  7. Some of the ladder mounts on my Diplomat need to be replaced. Does anybody have a source for these?
  8. Tom Brown

    2001 Monaco Diplomat 36


  9. Well, it was definitely a good tip. Thanks
  10. I read a tip on here (I think), buy a male an a female plug and wire alligator clips to them. If you need to apply 12v to something far from your battery plug your newly wired plugs onto each end of your 50' extension cord. You now have a 50' test lead. I thought it was a great idea an plan on doing that soon.
  11. Here's a tip regarding air horns. When you settle in for the night put a "chip clip" on the switch so it won't go off when the cat steps on the switch at 5 am like mine did.
  12. I would think that the 30/30/50 Y adapter will work as intended. 50 amp service supplies 2 120v lines. They never connect to make a 240v line. Do a continuity check on the Y adapter (between each 30 amp and the 50 amp) and you will see that the 50 amp outlet has 2 separate 120v connectors.
  13.  Tom B.  2001 Diplomat 36B / 2009 GMC Sierra 1500

  14. I've heard that they may. I've never seen one light up. I took the chrome ends off of mine and there are no lights under there.
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