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I’m assuming that I can repair mine which are still relatively intact with Aqua Seal. Do you agree?
But my main question is, do you think that I can reglue the dangling stocking with Aqua Seal and then hand stitch (with a through and through continuous suture pattern) the seam with a really strong suture and then seal the suture holes with Aqua Seal. I can probably have the skill and material availabililty but don’t want to waste my time if you think it won’t work.
Online I saw some fly fishers who probably grew up in the 60s talk about Pliobond (apparently very aromatic and good for a good high) as being a much stronger bonder than Aqua Seal. Do you know anything about that and about its availability ? – because of its potential for abuse, it may be hard to get.
If it were me i think i would cut my losses and get myself a better quality pair of waders, as I know from experience that anything “Glues” with material simply fails after a short while, I mean one cannot even seal a water bed reliably with those products, long term.
In saying all that though, it may be worth a try, but i would try to get hold of some vulcanizing stuff to effect a repair such as this and try that, Neopreme isn’t all that structurally sturdy, and i fear it would simply tear along the repair path in use?
As a though, why not coat the entire insides of it with some sort of conformal coating sealant, this would at least keep the water out.?
if after all this you are still having issues – it is well worth the service call to have a locksmith stop by and service the safe, this will insure that the safe does not lock you out.
In the AC power converter cupboard I have a plug with a black and orange wire. How do I hook up the battery so that it charges and runs the fridge while I’m driving, and lets me use the lights with the fridge on propane while I’m camping?
Because of that you must first identify the wires. You will need a multimeter for that. Start by finding if your trailer has a negative wire or is using the chassis as the ground. For that disconnect the battery from the truck (make sure you have the radio code handy) then measure the resistance between the 3 wires and the body of the truck – you will find the ground wire when the resistance will be close to 0. Reconnect the battery and measure the voltage between the ground wire and the other 2 – the one with 12v on it is the power one and the other goes to the power input of the converter. Check that by removing the converter and looking where they are plugged – if you have any doubts that they are not the wires from the cupboard just check their continuity.All of this is a 5 minute job. Once you know the wires just connect the ground on to the minus and the power and the converter ones to the plus.