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Old 06-09-2012, 05:50 PM   #1
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HELP!

I need help! I locked my keys in my motorhome! I have no idea how to get in. I need responses quick because it is about to rain and my windows are rolled down!
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Old 06-09-2012, 05:57 PM   #2
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This ain't going to be quick so take care of your car and then you can try to open a window so you can crawl in.
If your windows lock by flipping a lever on the slider portion then a thin piece of metal slid between the two window panels can jimmy the lever upwards to unlock. Good luck with that.
And tomorrow get a spare key hidden outside the coach so thenext time you do this you can get in quicker.
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Old 06-09-2012, 05:58 PM   #3
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I don't belive you posted this.
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Get a fat person to climb into the open window and hopefully get stuck. This will keep the rain from getting in.
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Get a fat person to climb into the open window and hopefully get stuck. This will keep the rain from getting in.
How about 2 medium size people?

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I don't belive you posted this.
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Did i get a good laugh from ya?
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I was that fat man a few years back. I got out at a rest area to take a picture and my DW decided to check out the view also. She locked the car when she got out. Her keys were in her purse on the car floor and mine were in the ignition. I was 295# at that time and the only way I could see to get in was through the sun roof. I managed to get the sun roof unlatched and then removed it without any damage. To see the 295# guy try to get in through the sun roof sure brought a big crowd quick. Suddenly I became the view. I managed to hit the power lock button to get the doors all unlocked and then had to get back down. That was a '88 Sundance that we towed on a dolly.
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That's almost as bad as locking the keys in the car and leaving the top down isn't it?
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