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Old 03-30-2014, 02:50 PM   #1
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New MH - found some humor

Well, after my post with the cab leak and other problems all seems to be doing well. I neglected to share a couple of funny points.

I tested the smoke detector and no go - well the plastic battery barrier had not been removed! Seem to remember that happening to someone else on this forum.

Lastly, we left the dealership so late I had to drive at night to get home. For about 100 miles or so I kept noticing some kind of light on the passenger side - seemed to be lightening up the highway a bit but not on driver's side. Finally stopped to sort out what light and the awning has a nice 20 foot row of LED lights and that was switched on!

Well, we needed to find some humor for sure.

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After we bought our brand new class c in 2012, we drove it to Alaska and back. Driving home through Illinois I drove until after dark. I switched to bright lights and all lights went out. Back to low beam and they came back on. At the campground, I checked and no fuse in the high beams socket! Did Ford leave it out or Fleetwood? It took 13000 miles to find out!
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