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Old 08-12-2015, 05:17 AM   #15
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I have always believed there is no such thing as a stupid question....


My post was maybe too subtle. Little good is done by berating someone asking a question. As senior members , if more information would be helpful, then find a nicer way to get it. if you can't help or add to the the thread, then don't.
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Old 08-12-2015, 01:05 PM   #16
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I have always believed there is no such thing as a stupid question....


My post was maybe too subtle. Little good is done by berating someone asking a question. As senior members , if more information would be helpful, then find a nicer way to get it. if you can't help or add to the the thread, then don't.
I see no berating anywhere and I still see no helpful contribution from your posts either.
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Old 08-12-2015, 05:14 PM   #17
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I see no berating anywhere and I still see no helpful contribution from your posts either.
Come on guys, let's play nice! We've got a reputation to uphold as the friendliest RV site on the web!
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Old 08-12-2015, 09:33 PM   #18
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I am with the others, I have no idea what a limiting switch is that you are speaking of.

Not sure what the limit switches are . Mine has a wireless remote for setting the firmness of each side.

Now seriously, was this helpful to the OP?
Maybe not helpful but neither was the description of his problem. Perhaps with some more accurate details an answer may have come quicker. I nor others probably had any idea that his bed had to fold up for the slide to come in. With our posts he probably was able to conclude the fact that his description needed some more accuracy, what did your post contribute?[/QUOTE]
Thanks for the lesson on descriptive quarries, but their are many of us who have a hard time putting what is on our minds and applying it into a thoroughly logical question. All questions,from now on, will be loaded with accurate information.
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It looks like his problem is that he does not understand where Sleep Number left off and Winnebago started owning the bed. Not an unusual situation with a lot of sub systems. Once that was determined the rest was repetition.
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Old 08-13-2015, 11:36 AM   #20
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sleep number bed

Interesting statement. Talked to Winnebago this AM. Winnebago says that the maker of the mattress assembly is responsible for the frame. Mattress manufacturer insists the problem is Winnebago,s.
All naysayers here, I am sure, will be able to quickly solve the product shuffle game and, on forums letters anyways, solve their dilema.
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