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Prety much the same as Clive as water pump is at the front under where the wife sleeps and if I get up in the morning or night its like an earthquake going off! ( not as bad as a car alarm going off at 3 a.m. the other morning on site). That's why I always prefill the kettle night before so I can *** out the next morning and have a cuppa outside.
Its due to go back to the garage this week for some warranty work so I'm gonna tell them again bout noise as well. The last time they done this they put some kind of grommit under it to soften the noise but seems to gone back to noisy , thanks for that reminder!
 
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Am getting the impression that everyone goes away in caravans for peace and quiet. Is there a set time that people can wake up and put there whistling gas kettle on ?
 
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Sparky214 said:
Am getting the impression that everyone goes away in caravans for peace and quiet. Is there a set time that people can wake up and put there whistling gas kettle on ?

:evil: yes when I'm awake, and not before :evil:
 
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ProfJohnL said:
Sparky214 said:
Am getting the impression that everyone goes away in caravans for peace and quiet. Is there a set time that people can wake up and put there whistling gas kettle on ?

:evil: yes when I'm awake, and not before :evil:
And when I go to bed. ;)
 
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Dustydog said:
ProfJohnL said:
Sparky214 said:
Am getting the impression that everyone goes away in caravans for peace and quiet. Is there a set time that people can wake up and put there whistling gas kettle on ?

:evil: yes when I'm awake, and not before :evil:
And when I go to bed. ;)

Take the dogs out at 8am for half an hour then back to bed until I can smell bacon on a BBQ wafting across. :p
 
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On my van I can turn the heating right off and have cold air blowing through my vents , its not aircon, but it's cold enough for me like that , have other people not got this on their van?
 
Nov 16, 2015
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Just two 12 inch fans during the day, all windows open, then just one fan at night. No need for the fan, most daytime as in the sea/ river, lake / or bar. .
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EH52ARH said:
Just two 12 inch fans during the day, all windows open, then just one fan at night. No need for the fan, most daytime as in the sea/ river, lake / or bar. .
Studio_20180314_225907.jpg

Sorry, off topic, Hutch, what awning is that please. Do you rate it.
Thanks
Mel
 
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Hi Mel , It a suncamp air 260 , about three years old now, a lightweight porch awning but survived many big storms. Single airbeam that goes around the front . Weighs about 10 kg with the pump. From the caravan door just doesnt pass the bedroom window by 6 inches. But in the summer we just push the window open. 15 to 20 minites to set up as long as the boss gets the beer ready. :p We will bring it to the Woosie fest. . We find it great for 3 to4 days away. 8 out of 10. For us.
 
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Mel said:
EH52ARH said:
Just two 12 inch fans during the day, all windows open, then just one fan at night. No need for the fan, most daytime as in the sea/ river, lake / or bar. .
Studio_20180314_225907.jpg

Sorry, off topic, Hutch, what awning is that please. Do you rate it.
Thanks
Mel

Neat and taught looking awning, I can understand why Mel asked, nice looking setup.
 

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