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Old 03-27-2012, 11:36 AM   #1
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thanks for the help

Thanks for your help Folks,
as a Newbie, I registered to cruise the site looking for info on our new to us 94 Pace Arrow. We have fixed the fridge (ignitor), the electric step (dirty connections), and coach battery. Prevented problems with the hydraulic jacks, the door and window shades. All from information found at iRV2 forums.
Many thanks for this and future help.
Majik and his staff of 2.
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Isn't it satisfying to know all this is done? Hopefully you can get out and enjoy it now-
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Sure is nice to be able to fix things yourself and not have to pay someone that may or may not be able to fix your concerns.

Have fun and good luck with your new to you RV!
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This is a fantastic resource for learning about RV upkeep and problem solving. I have learned so much from this place, and I'm forever grateful for finding it. Contributors here are so willing to help.
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Isn't it satisfying to know all this is done? Hopefully you can get out and enjoy it now-
we are off camping in a week, checked the spot yesterday and no snow! yeah
we are boondockers at heart so checking to see that no trees have fallen and the road is ok is a must.
Can't wait to give the Pace Arrow a work out.
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Welcome to the forum. There really is a wealth of good information on this forum, it has helped me many times. Enjoy your Pace Arrow and happy camping.
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Thanks for your help Folks,
as a Newbie, I registered to cruise the site looking for info on our new to us 94 Pace Arrow. We have fixed the fridge (ignitor), the electric step (dirty connections), and coach battery. Prevented problems with the hydraulic jacks, the door and window shades. All from information found at iRV2 forums.
Many thanks for this and future help.
Majik and his staff of 2.


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