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Old 05-21-2020, 11:03 AM   #15
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Yes out of body experience

I understand your frustration, mine started having an out of body experience in at -10 below zero while in Alaskan Interior prepping to travel south. The saving grace for me is that the folks at Outdoors mfg have been A+ and very receptive to helping. This ain't perfect world and I vote with my dollar based on attitude and competence. I've been an outdoor person for over 50 years and in the end all equipment will fail. LOL cajoling and cussing is sometimes the best option.

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Mine decided to have a random open/close fan on/fan off out of body experience last year while elk hunting in Montana. My wife informed me that this was not a good thing as it was about 20 degrees outside. No amount of cajoling and cussing would get it to stop. Since the fuse for it and the refer are on the same circuit I ended up snipping the wire so we could sleep in warmth and peace. Circuit board was replaced under warranty and I really haven't had a chance to use it much because of Covid. Seems to work in the driveway.
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