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Old 06-09-2013, 11:33 PM   #1107
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Is there some type of new trick to creating a new thread. I apologize for placing this question in this thread but I can not figure out how to start a new thread. Thanks
Go to forums page for IRV2.com and go in that forum then choose the sub group you want to post in then upper right arrow will give you option to start a new thread.
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Old 06-09-2013, 11:34 PM   #1108
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Is there some type of new trick to creating a new thread. I apologize for placing this question in this thread but I can not figure out how to start a new thread. Thanks
I'm always almost always on the iPhone - so probably not much help. You need to navigate to the proper form fist. On the iPhone you click top right arrow and select Create New Thread. There has been no change that I'm aware of since your last thread in March.

Any other RVMs have link to instructions?
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Old 06-09-2013, 11:35 PM   #1109
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Thanks RVM31 - I don't use the laptop often enough to remember. How's the Journey? Dumb question.
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Rvm2 the Journey is great now the idiot that owns her is going thru a learning curve. Like finding out why the water heater doesn't work well. And why the ice maker won't make? But I'm workin it.
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Rvm2 the Journey is great now the idiot that owns her is going thru a learning curve. Like finding out why the water heater doesn't work well. And why the ice maker won't make? But I'm workin it.
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You'll figure em out. No reflection on you. They're all the same and all different. Kinda like us mutants.
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Yeah I learned that you make sure water is in the tank " before " you flip the electric heat on our you burn out the " thingamagiggy"
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Yeah I learned that you make sure water is in the tank " before " you flip the electric heat on our you burn out the " thingamagiggy"
Our bypass is floor level in the back closet. It's one of the check list items to be sure nothing or no one moved it. And
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Pondering the time-space lexicon, the best I can do are whenever and wherever. As in "When are you leaving?" "Whenever we get loaded." And "Where are you headed?" "Oh, just wherever." (Usually always followed by "Someplace warmer." Or "Someplace cooler!")

Brain obviously not too sharp tonight. Somebody help me out here!

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Exploring -- not sure exactly where we are or exactly where we are going and not worried about it: "We're not lost; we're exploring."

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RVM10 here. I have made a management decision - also a mutant one. Since we spend the winter in the middle of the AZ desert, it seems somewhat foolish to bring fishing gear along that I never use. Sand sharks are not my favorite thing to fish for. Also, I've never caught one. So, out with another group of items that I do not need.

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