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Old 04-16-2013, 04:30 PM   #85
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Good point.
I will need to look into it one day.
Yup ... cheap advice is: find it, take a picture of it, print it, put it in your maintenance book, forget about it until?
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Yup ... cheap advice is: find it, take a picture of it, print it, put it in your maintenance book, forget about it until?
Found it. Amazing what you can see if ya go lookin!
In a storage bay next to the battery bay. Battery control center. By RV Custom Products.
Guess I wont need to hatch it open until my batteries show below normal. Then I will need to dust off my antique computer tech skills. I meter and clean them regularly. Fill as required.
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Found it. Amazing what you can see if ya go lookin!
In a storage bay next to the battery bay. Battery control center. By RV Custom Products.
Guess I wont need to hatch it open until my batteries show below normal. Then I will need to dust off my antique computer tech skills. I meter and clean them regularly. Fill as required.
And much better looking now than in the hurricane
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I had a run of stink bugs too! I have looked and looked to see how they are getting in with no luck...
You cannot stop them! The weep hole on a window frame is more than enough.
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You cannot stop them! The weep hole on a window frame is more than enough.
Maybe if ya got a couple of BIRDS.
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Maybe if ya got a couple of BIRDS.
Trading stink bugs for bird poop doesn’t sound like a good solution but thanks anyway
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Trading stink bugs for bird poop doesn’t sound like a good solution but thanks anyway
My mistake last year was not leaving PA soon enough. We left on 10/1. No later than 9/1 this year, 8/1 if possible.
When they decide to hole up, its hard to get out of Dodge soon enough.
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Yes yes yes I prayer for you and myself. My wife is awaiting a liver transplant. Our MH gives me a place to live while she is in the hospital.
God bless you and your wife. I hope your prayers are answered and a transplant becomes available soon. Keep your chin up. Seeya on the road.
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God bless you and your wife. I hope your prayers are answered and a transplant becomes available soon. Keep your chin up. Seeya on the road.
X 2. How did I skip over that. All good things to both of you. We are all with you. Maybe start a new thread were we can lend support and be there for you both when you need a friend.
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I had an African Gray parrot one time. Thats all it took was one time. He didn't like me at all but liked my wife. I was the one that did everything for him and she didn't pay any attention to him at all but when she did he would let her pet him and would get on her sholder. He always tried to bite me. I guess I'm not a bird man. He could make more noise than both my grandchildren put together. If I traveled with him in my mh I would be a nervious wreck in about 2 minutes. Wish my mh came with a driver so I could enjoy the scenery.
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1. The U-shaped dinette. It ate up 8 inches of very valuable wardrobe space. But now gone. Cabinetmaker is building a desk and storage unit to go there with a Euro-recliner.
2. Propane range/oven. Very dangerous when the capuchin wants to help cook. But now gone and a dish drawer dishwasher will soon fill that space and we cook on an induction cooktop that never gets hot.
3. Vent hood, replaced with an under counter toaster oven.
4. Passenger seat -- on the chopping block list. To be replaced by a storage cabinet.
5. TV on swing-out mount in cab-over area. I watch TV in bed since it puts me to sleep. Got rid of 50+ pounds of steel and electronics and bedroom TV is 12volt LED for Boondocking. Sleep timer saves battery time.
6. Incandescent lights. All new LEDs use 80% less power and don't heat the house up.
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Queen size bed. Too small for the wife and I AND her two 4 legged friends. King won't fit though :(
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Queen size bed. Too small for the wife and I AND her two 4 legged friends. King won't fit though :(
We have the same problem when one or two of the Grandkids decide they want to get in bed with us at 2 in the morning
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