Stoves, Water Heaters, Furnace Stove Etc...
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Anybody know what the two holes in the side are for near my door. They look factory but not other clues as to what they might have been. Also, there is through-hull garden hose attachment on the back (my crapper is in the back) the layout had the kitchen sink just aft of the door.\n\n\nHaving trouble compressing photos. Will send a few when I figure it out.\n\nRob
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Hey Rob,\nWhat I do is lower the resolution on my camera when I take pics. In fact I have an obsolete Fuji Digital camera that is only 1.3MegaPixel that I use for taking internet pics so I don' even have to re size.\nThe garden hose adapter should be for city water hookup. The holes sound like maybe the vents for the furnace ??\n'll PM you with my email. You can send me the pics and I will upload them. I can override the file quota.\nOur file limit here is 1Mb which is actually quite large. Most forums limit it at 3-400Kb. I can't go any higher or risk using too much server space.
1977 Travco 270 Elite\n1974 Travco 220 Parts unit
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I forgot about starting this thread... now that I look back I realize that I have learned so much since buying my Travco!\nYep, pics of the things in question would help us a whole bunch.