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Old 03-04-2011, 09:34 AM   #15
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Needs a water hammer. We don't have much to do, do we?
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Old 03-05-2011, 01:13 PM   #16
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its the cover i couldn't remove
push and twist with a gripper
thanx to all
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Is that what it took to get it out?
Were you able to get to the backside of the fixture then?
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Old 03-06-2011, 10:32 AM   #18
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First..... go buy yourself a 6 pack
Second. come back to the coach and sit down at the table and open a beer
Three. take a large sip of beer and wonder if you have a replacement bulb for the one you think is no good and not working.
Four. look around for that replacement bulb you think you may have somewhere in your coach.
Five. finish that first beer and open another one while you are wandering around looking for the bulb replacement thingie you think you have somewhere in your coach.
Six. be sure to look over the drivers seat and under the bed for spare thingies that you bought some time ago because you figured you may need them or you might meet someone that might need them out on the road maybe. Finish that beer and open another one...
Seven. go ''peeeeeeee'' and look in the bathroom for the spare thingie that you were looking for so you could do something that you think you wanted to do earlier but you cant remember what it was because it was not that important and your coach will still run and you are not out of beer yet.

Eight.. OK....... finish that kinda warm beer and oben anoddder one and flop down at the table and call your wif on the sell fone and ax her if she knows what you are subbose to be doing out in the coach and whar is the part you was lokin for earlier but dont tell her you are dringing bear......

Nine. rite down what she mumbles to you about your job and hav anodder sip of beeer and domt wory about wat it was you was spose to do becauce it didmt madder no how. Finish that bear and flop on the sofa.

Ten. OBEN anover bear and lie dawn on the sova amd sid your beeeer on the floar and tak a nap from your hard dayz worg.

That is how you change a lite bulb in a motor home or 5er.......

If you use this method you must pay me ten cents for this valuable information and you can pay me the next time you see me or buy two six packs and gimme a call and I will help you...

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When in doubt tap it with a small hammer and screw driver, if you STILL have doubts obtain a large hammer and wail the hell out of it. That makes 12 or 14 and every one with a computer, and it still sounds like the light is winning, So go get the hammer and show that light who's the boss.
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The hammer should be a good quality 2# hammer. You will need to lubricate the hammer in relative bearing grease first
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When in doubt tap it with a small hammer and screw driver, if you STILL have doubts obtain a large hammer and wail the hell out of it. That makes 12 or 14 and every one with a computer, and it still sounds like the light is winning, So go get the hammer and show that light who's the boss.
Or you could just order a ST1 and use that.

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Old 03-06-2011, 09:46 PM   #22
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It's not the bulb that's the problem. You need a new two way double oscilating valve in the reticular plenum. Unless you have one of the new bifurcated fixtures, in which case you may have just accidentally let the smoke out of the wires. That would be the ease fix because you can just buy a can of replacement smoke from Lucas Industries (www.Lucas@warmbeer.com) and spray it directly into the switch.
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According to the post as of right now it takes 1 to change it 21 to give advice and 673 to watch.
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Whadda concept......
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