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Old 07-03-2016, 07:36 AM   #56575
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Hey, we will be in Tillamook beginning Jul 28th if you are headed that way.

Oh my... Love their cheese..... Especially the garlic curds..... Yummmmmm



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Old 07-03-2016, 08:14 AM   #56576
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And now, this... a variation on the pricing noted previously ^^ somewhere.

Need to add:

SILENCE, $50,000 to buy a NEW CAR!!

lol
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Over the river and through the woods to grankids house we go. For a week
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Old 07-03-2016, 10:59 AM   #56578
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This is the part Larry loves right?
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Old 07-03-2016, 11:05 AM   #56579
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And Now ... From Down Under

Our Australian friends are into saving critters who are in danger.
Their newest acquisition is a cute little cousin of mine, A Ring tail.
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Old 07-03-2016, 12:10 PM   #56580
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Oh my... Love their cheese..... Especially the garlic curds..... Yummmmmm

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You could have some of that, just come join us.
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Old 07-03-2016, 12:14 PM   #56581
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We'd love to!
I think that may be a requirement for next year either before or after the Great RVMooning. A great area Wayne!
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Old 07-03-2016, 02:13 PM   #56582
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Let There Be Light!

Some of you may have seen a photo Sue posted elsewhere showing me tackling a complex wiring task - getting all nine switches illuminated instead of just the two provided by Thor (second row). Well, here's the result.
I also installed a couple of led strips behind the panel to shine through the various motifs on it.

Now, here's a question for you electrical techies. When wiring up the two 12v led strips, I used a 9v battery on the bench to check the wiring was ok. The lights were bright. After installing them I spliced the feed wire into the live wire feeding a 12v outlet at the rear of the cabinet and the leds were noticeably dimmer. On checking the 12v outlet with a voltmeter I found it flashed up to 12v and then immediately back to 7.58v. This was the case with all the other 12v outlets. Any thoughts? I then re-routed the feed wire to splice into a solid 12v behind the panel and got good bright leds.

Oh yes, whilst I was back in the house, a stray kitten made her way into the coach through the door I had left open and now seems to have adopted us!
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Let There Be Light!

Some of you may have seen a photo Sue posted elsewhere showing me tackling a complex wiring task - getting all nine switches illuminated instead of just the two provided by Thor (second row). Well, here's the result.
I also installed a couple of led strips behind the panel to shine through the various motifs on it.

Now, here's a question for you electrical techies. When wiring up the two 12v led strips, I used a 9v battery on the bench to check the wiring was ok. The lights were bright. After installing them I spliced the feed wire into the live wire feeding a 12v outlet at the rear of the cabinet and the leds were noticeably dimmer. On checking the 12v outlet with a voltmeter I found it flashed up to 12v and then immediately back to 7.58v. This was the case with all the other 12v outlets. Any thoughts? I then re-routed the feed wire to splice into a solid 12v behind the panel and got good bright leds.

Oh yes, whilst I was back in the house, a stray kitten made her way into the coach through the door I had left open and now seems to have adopted us!

Hi Martin!
LEDs tied in sequential strings to a single source will cause a voltage drop due to cumulative resistance. Each LED group each tied to a main source will not.
I could tell you about Ohms Law and the Lord of Hole Flow, but I won't.



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Old 07-03-2016, 03:15 PM   #56584
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Old 07-03-2016, 04:41 PM   #56585
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Let There Be Light!

Some of you may have seen a photo Sue posted elsewhere showing me tackling a complex wiring task - getting all nine switches illuminated instead of just the two provided by Thor (second row). Well, here's the result.
I also installed a couple of led strips behind the panel to shine through the various motifs on it.

Now, here's a question for you electrical techies. When wiring up the two 12v led strips, I used a 9v battery on the bench to check the wiring was ok. The lights were bright. After installing them I spliced the feed wire into the live wire feeding a 12v outlet at the rear of the cabinet and the leds were noticeably dimmer. On checking the 12v outlet with a voltmeter I found it flashed up to 12v and then immediately back to 7.58v. This was the case with all the other 12v outlets. Any thoughts? I then re-routed the feed wire to splice into a solid 12v behind the panel and got good bright leds.

Oh yes, whilst I was back in the house, a stray kitten made her way into the coach through the door I had left open and now seems to have adopted us!

no help here from the electrical aspect. But I do have a question relating to the other part... How is she going to get along with the other cat?
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LEDs tied in sequential strings to a single source will cause a voltage drop due to cumulative resistance. Each LED group each tied to a main source will not.
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None of the leds are in series. It's just that none of the so called 12v outlets register more than 7.5v. I will speak to someone I know at Thor to get a schematic.

As for the cat, no name yet, she can stay as long as Sue agrees to her front end being de-clawed.

Hi Marty, hope you agree with that!
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None of the leds are in series. It's just that none of the so called 12v outlets register more than 7.5v. I will speak to someone I know at Thor to get a schematic.

As for the cat, no name yet, she can stay as long as Sue agrees to her front end being de-clawed.

Hi Marty, hope you agree with that!

Yep. Sounds like a power glitch. My 12v power uses a power buss that I hook into.
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I've been slowly working my way through this string of posts. Sounds to me like a bunch of people that like to enjoy life, share their experiences, and don't care if they have the latest, shiniest, newest gadgets on the block. Just enjoy the journey,whatever the destination may be.

I don't have a diesel pushing me, a satellite dish entertaining me, or a job keeping me from enjoying life. And you know what, I don't care.

Think I can join your merry group?

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