I don't recall the brand of air con I had on my previous RV but I was able to buy a replacement cover off of Amazon.
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We never make reservations for the long haul. Only the day of or the day before arrival. I donít like being restricted once reservations are made on how long Iíll be in an area. When the day comes I have to plan a multi state trip in booked reservations Iíll sell the rig and stay in hotels.
By the way, the other thing I learned in that first year was that it's a very bad idea to leave the house plugged in all the time while in storage. That dumb Parallax converter the PC came with cooked $300 worth of house batteries. After replacing the house batteries with AGM's, I replaced the Parallax with a smart converter (Progressive Dynamics PD9245CV Inteli-Power 9200). But I still don't leave it plugged in all the time.
Mike (Gandalf) asked me once before about how they were installed on the foil-wrapped black and grey tanks--and I don't know if we ever followed-up with the exact answer. On those two tanks, Phoenix trimmed the foil wrapping exactly on each side of the sensor/sender boards, and the sensors are applied directly to the tanks.
Iíll poke around in a little while - still recovering from the drive from Colorado Springs to Cherry Creek SP in Denver. Construction almost the entire way, and heavy traffic besides. Tension headache...
Welcome to Colorado! Bad roads and constant construction!
Even without construction, that's a conjested route.
Why I moved from the "front range" (just East of the Rockies) to the "Western Slope" (just west of the Rockies) and haven't regretted it once!