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Old 02-23-2014, 07:42 AM   #57
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Now he needs to get his one leveling foot out of a sink hole! This is the adventure of a lifetime for this family! Just think of the pictures and stories they'll have!

Brrrrr we're freezing!! Help!

uh oh..one jack sunk in! what do we do?
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Now he needs to get his one leveling foot out of a sink hole! This is the adventure of a lifetime for this family! Just think of the pictures and stories they'll have!

Brrrrr we're freezing!! Help!

uh oh..one jack sunk in! what do we do?

I posted pictures on the 'jacks' thread if you're interested. Good thing we're not in a hurry. This is getting crazy.
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You could have the makings to a pretty neat short story on the adventures the Fort Family. Best of luck on the rest of the trip!
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I am going to get some more this is going to be a great finish....Good luck you need some............

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4t family follies

The way things are going, we're thinking we should start a blog: 4t family follies. There's no reason to believe that we won't be running into more "adventures" each time we travel. And since you all seem to enjoy our trials and tribulations so much, I predict we'd have quite a large readership!

fol·ly (fŏl′ē)n. pl. fol·lies: A costly undertaking having an absurd or ruinous outcome.
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Old 02-23-2014, 11:18 PM   #62
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Well, that seemed to do the trick! The RV place that installed the batteries back in MA had them wired wrong. Frustrating, considering how much they charged to instll the batteries in the first place, and maddening for all the trouble it caused us , but at least we have reliable power. Thank you all for taking the time to look at my photo and figure it out. So nice to see the panel say 13.3v instead of 8.2v.
Glad we could help! Now all you have to do is get the jack unstuck! BTW, we did that too, fortunately the jack just lifted out of the hole, we shoveled the dirt back into it, put a board over it and re-leveled.

We live in Massachusetts, too, and would like to avoid the shop that put in your batteries. If you don't want to say on the forum, please send me a PM, and please make sure to post your repair experiences on RV Service Reviews.
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