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Old 10-11-2018, 07:27 AM   #15
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Hi all!

While I sold my 03 40MDTS some time ago (2013), I still lurk and read the posts. While we had "BRAD" (Big Rolling Ark of Doom) this forum was the best resource in the world.

I am still amazed at the support this group gives other owners.

Just a shout out to give "props" to all those great Alpine owners out there!

BTW some of you might remember me and DW from the Alpine meet in New Braunfels TX several years ago!

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Old 10-14-2018, 03:36 PM   #16
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Anticipating failure

Reading these posts is always so helpful.
I am anticipating what I would do if either of my Vansco units failed. For that reason, I will be purchasing a spare unit soon. Are the units different based on the year of your coach? From what I understand from the prior posts, if my Vansco ever fails, since I have a 2004, I will have to find another 2004 Alpine owner to come rescue me and provide the necessary programming, right?

2004 Alpine FDTS 38ft.
400 ISL
Nokomis, Fl.
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Old 10-14-2018, 09:51 PM   #17
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Actually if yours are working, unplug one and plug in the spare blank one. There are instructions to follow but the good one will program the spare. You can plug the original back in and store the spare one that you programmed in a safe place till needed.

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