It's been in my driveway four days and a tune up I have already I have repaired:
the water heater, the furnace, interior lighting, porch light, front vent, and a plethora of little fixes.
The generator has 140 hours on it but produces no electricity. On my unit, there is no circuit breaker (only the 5 amp fuse). I "flashed" the field hoping that might give it the impetus work. I'll save the removal and repair 'til last.
Anyway, I am glad to have found this site and all the other fortunate individuals blessed with an Airstream B190.
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- B190 Year: 1993
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How did I miss those? I think I was distracted by the stripe which looks more gray than blue. There are two strips in the middle of the upper windshield, too...very interesting.weekender wrote:Nice looking rig. I'm curious about the black... not sure what to call them, "patches" at the bottom corners of the upper front window and the black strip that runs the length of the van below the upper windows. Decoration, or are they serving a purpose?
1995 Airstream Excella 30' trailer
WBCCI #13270, Washington, DC Unit