Dometic Burner Flame
What I did do, was to fabricate a panel cover out of 1/4" plywood. That wood panel had an access hole designed to be able to restart the burner flame without having to remove the panel.
However, I soon learned that there was not enough air flow thru that little access hole. The Dometic would not cool down. So, I abandoned the wood panel idea.
That left all of Dometic's controls, burner assembly, tubing, etc., exposed. And all of that was kind of ugly. It embarrassed me. So, a couple of days ago I gave the wood panel cover another try. But this time the panel was rotated so that the access hole was in front of the burner [The burner is on the right side].
Yesterday, Scampy was towed many miles with the wood panel in place. And guess what happened? The burner did NOT go out!
PS: This Blog post is kinda long-winded! But I was sooooo excited about the burner flame not going out when Scampy traveled, that I wanted you to know about that!
Last nite's supper
I got an invitation to supper last nite. There are two nearby RVs in the park occupied by two married couples who are long-time friends with each other.
On the menu, pork burgers. Very good burgers too!
Very nice people. I enjoyed talking with them. Earlier in the day, we had a really interesting discussion about historical events. From the time of Moses all the way to the American Civil War!
|L-R Lisa & Jim, Kim & Todd|
Darby the happy dog!