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Old 11-25-2013, 02:34 PM   #6945
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So Don, what's next for you?
THANKS BARB!!!

See above. Looking forward to the GC @ CL!
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Old 11-25-2013, 02:35 PM   #6946
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Way too cool Don and congratulations. Just think, from now on you CAN kill the alarm if it goes off and feel no misgivings.
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LOL! you are psychic Don! you answered my question 3 minutes before I asked it.
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Old 11-25-2013, 02:37 PM   #6948
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I know some on here will be interested in this cool bit of news I just found out. The Marine One Helicopter used in the movie "White House Down" was fabricated from real presidential helicopters and it was built by and owned by a local company. Same dudes what own the last two Martin Mars Flying Boats.

Coulson Group builds presidential helicopter for use in newly released 'White House Down' - Local - Alberni Valley Times
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Old 11-25-2013, 03:01 PM   #6949
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Jeff - any update on the refer?
Hi Steve,

Right now all of the diagnosing I can do myself keeps going back to the power board. The problem that causes is finding the right board for a 13 year old fridge.

In spite of it all,
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There is a way to reset the control board. I'm not sure how but my dad did it a few times on his. He had the same problem and it fixes it. I'll call and ask him how to do it.
Hey Dwayne,

If you know a trick I'm willing to listen.

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Old 11-25-2013, 03:10 PM   #6951
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Right now all of the diagnosing I can do myself keeps going back to the power board. The problem that causes is finding the right board for a 13 year old fridge.

In spite of it all,
Cheers !!!!
Jeff - get out your model, serial number etc and call Dinosaur Control boards - I'm betting it's a N991 - they don't sell to public but will put ya in touch with someone in Az - a mobil repair guy may even have one.
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Old 11-25-2013, 03:17 PM   #6952
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THANKS BARB!!! See above. Looking forward to the GC @ CL!
Don, we will keep 17 approach available. Set flaps for slow and easy, course for vector rainbow.
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Jeff - get out your model, serial number etc and call Dinosaur Control boards - I'm betting it's a N991 - they don't sell to public but will put ya in touch with someone in Az - a mobil repair guy may even have one.
Jeff just checked rvcooliing unit dot com -
The N991 is available for $195 - w/ 3 year warranty from Dinosaur.

This universal circuit board comes with a very simple instruction on how to plug in jumper to apply it to your particular model. This Dinosaur Electronics board replaces Norcold Circuit Board numbers:
618198, 618224, 618574, 618575, 618828, and 619378 No exceptions

They can probably overnight it.
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Old 11-25-2013, 03:36 PM   #6954
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Normally during duck season I would be excited about light freezing rain and 30 degree weather. Normally these conditions move in from the North and pushing millions of new ducks into our area.

What we are getting is coming out of Texas and I'm afraid of just what it might be pushing ahead of it! lol

Hi Tim,

Cold and wet here the last two days. The temp just hit 34 and the ice is melting. Didn't get as bad has was first predicted, but bad enough. Ginny is already planning a trip south.

Tell Mary hello and yall stay warm.

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Hey Don,

Congratulations. Job well done.

Now, if you are coming to any part of Texas, at some point you will pass by Houston. That is only 40 miles North of me and the approach to Texas City has a lot of campgrounds that one can spend a few days in. Holler, and lunch is on us.
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Normally during duck season I would be excited about light freezing rain and 30 degree weather. Normally these conditions move in from the North and pushing millions of new ducks into our area.

What we are getting is coming out of Texas and I'm afraid of just what it might be pushing ahead of it! lol
University of Minnesota is doing DNA testing on the fine particulate in the winds blowing up from the south. Seems they have it pinpointed to one particular batch of Texas Chili that was manufactured about 40 miles south of Houston. Expected to last the rest of the month.
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University of Minnesota is doing DNA testing on the fine particulate in the winds blowing up from the south. Seems they have it pinpointed to one particular batch of Texas Chili that was manufactured about 40 miles south of Houston. Expected to last the rest of the month.
So why should winter particulates be any different than summer particulates.
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Count down complete...no keys, no FAA ID, an no more waiting. Thanks buddy!
I just got here and had to check in, knowing you would have your news out. Hoo-absotootly-ray and huzzah!

Martin says you must be in decompression about now, and that sounds about right for the first few days. (It took him months to stop getting up at 6:00!) Give us a shout it you need more practice with those chopsticks in company before you hit the road. That would be about 11:00 on Friday, right?

Welcome to your new level of FTRainbow. You have now unbuckled your seatbelt and are free to move about the country. Cell phone usage optional.

Cheers to both of you...hang in there Sandee. It's comin' atcha!
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