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Old 08-02-2011, 11:32 PM   #337
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Bought the same thing right before the telescoping ladder

It does help but the whole system of having to know where to point the antenna before you can scan for channels is SO messed up.
Have you used the ladder?? We just bought one too. We saw one being used at the recent Country Coach Rally and had to get one. We don't have a ladder on the back of our coach, so that's the only way to get to the top!
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Old 08-02-2011, 11:56 PM   #338
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Have you used the ladder?? We just bought one too. We saw one being used at the recent Country Coach Rally and had to get one. We don't have a ladder on the back of our coach, so that's the only way to get to the top!
Yep, just used it the other day to wash the bugs off the windshield. It's tall enough to rest above the glass on our tall class a.
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Old 08-03-2011, 08:38 AM   #339
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Wireless powerstrip ($19.99) for the awning lights. Cool man, we can turn them on or off from inside the coach now.
Okay, where did you get that, and how much....spill the beans, c'mon..
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Old 08-03-2011, 09:28 AM   #340
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Strap broke on patio awning when putting it up this past weekend. Bought new one from local RV dealer for $10 + tax. Now all we have to do is pull out the MH from its garage, open the awning, and replace the strap.
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Old 08-03-2011, 09:37 AM   #341
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Not a powerstrip, but we use this one to turn the battery charger on and off.

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Old 08-03-2011, 12:21 PM   #342
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Don't know if this counts or not. But needed a new electrical cord end on the MH cord the moulding was breaking right at the plug. Well we replaced the end alright but it was attached to a new motorhome.
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Old 08-03-2011, 12:46 PM   #343
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Don't know if this counts or not. But needed a new electrical cord end on the MH cord the moulding was breaking right at the plug. Well we replaced the end alright but it was attached to a new motorhome.
Ha ha ha. I like that approach to repairs!
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Old 08-03-2011, 12:59 PM   #344
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Old 08-03-2011, 02:41 PM   #345
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Don't know if this counts or not. But needed a new electrical cord end on the MH cord the moulding was breaking right at the plug. Well we replaced the end alright but it was attached to a new motorhome.
It counts! Probably the most expensive electrical cord end you'll ever buy.
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Ha ha ha. I like that approach to repairs!
my idea of a proper repair, expensive but proper.
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new doors for the water compartment, last baggage compartment and the painting that is required. They both are functioning but are rather wrinkled thanks to the wal-mart post. They looked a lot worse when they were covered with yellow paint, but with bar keepers friend and a lot of scrubbing that is gone.
While its in the shop, he can mount my xm radio antenna on the roof instead of inside the windshield at the top.
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A whole house water filter. it is mounted to the frame just behind the rear bumper and will easily lift out when it needs to be replaced (or when traveling). I used quick disconnects so it can be quickly removed when it is time to hit the road! Got the housing at Lowe's for $22, the mount at Camping World for $12 and filters are available just about everywhere and are $6 each for the ones that filter at 2 microns and even remove chlorine taste.



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TWO Lazy Boy chairs that actually fit our rig and our bodies and are comfortable as well as well made.
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