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Old 12-01-2010, 07:59 PM   #29
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Unfornately with potheads such a sign would most likely be an invitation to theft and if they are stoned the "racking" probably would not have much effect. As to speaking with the parents that probably won,t have much effect either. A conversation with the campground manager might be more productive as they could oust the rig
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Old 12-03-2010, 06:36 AM   #30
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This is one of those FYI thingies that is sorta related but not really.
I had my LP topped off just before this trip. It was done by competent people I use often. We got down here and I was outside setting up the coach and unrolling the awning and I got a tiny whiff of LP. Just a ''whiff''. HUmmmmmm?
I opened the door over the tank and checked everything for a leak....... Nothing found..... Hummmm? On the top of the tank there is a little ''overflow valve'' that they always loosen with their fingers when they fill the tank. I gave it a ''sniff'' and sure enough, it was leaking just a tiny bit. I grabbed my trusty pliers, folded a rag over it and gave it just a tiny turn. No more leak.

Just some worthless info you may need someday.....
Lets all ask someone to bring our troops back home real soon.......
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