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What are they worth

There are some things on the new van I neither want not will use, I'm wondering what they are actually worth used.

All are in perfect condition and full working order.

Awning 4.5mtrs I think, will measure later.

Omni Safari room, with DVD instructions.

Electrolux roof mounted Air con.

Remis? blinds (someone was looking for set recently), these are virtually unused as it the rest of the stuff, van has only done 20k since new

Drivers seat swivel, don't like them.

RoadPro satellite dome and associated gubbins, looks like a flower grader or Henry Stig on holiday to me

If interested to PM me with offers before I put them all on Ebay.
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I'm not sure of make Peter, but an offer has been made, so it may be gone soon.

Fitting are dead easy, simple L shaped extruded ally brackets with a lip, awning grabs the lip, then a self tapper from below keeps it all in place, once the brackets are gone, a quick T-cut, a squeeze of Sika, then filler, then touch up, job done.
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Blimey - that was quick! Well done that man.
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Well done - were Oxfam grateful?

We await your threads about 'how to fill roof holes'/leaks / damp.

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Well done - were Oxfam grateful?

We await your threads about 'how to fill roof holes'/leaks / damp.

Hopefully not

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No holes, Air con stays put until I get hold of a 400x400 vent then just swap them out Geoff, been there done that, probably have to redo it after a month or so if we keep the van that long bored with it already, the last one at least gave me a few weeks pottering while fitting new stuff, all this needs is a new inverter, 10 minutes, job done, Solar is a bit piddly, but not worth swapping out as it's banging in 3.5 amps today.

Been testing stuff properly today, water gets hot and comes out of the taps, fire and blower work as expected.
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No holes, Air con stays put until I get hold of a 400x400 vent then just swap them out Geoff, been there done that, probably have to redo it after a month or so if we keep the van that long bored with it already, the last one at least gave me a few weeks pottering while fitting new stuff, all this needs is a new inverter, 10 minutes, job done, Solar is a bit piddly, but not worth swapping out as it's banging in 3.5 amps today.

Been testing stuff properly today, water gets hot and comes out of the taps, fire and blower work as expected.
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Actually, that should have read re-certified
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Fridge is on test overnight on gas, then EHU tomorrow night, hob, grill and t'oven all work and get to temperature.


Loo and SOG work, but I disconnected the plumbing as I don't like them.
One serious design for flaw is water heater is as far forward as it can be with bathroom as far back as possible stupid and wastes water.
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