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Old 08-06-2021, 06:00 PM   #239
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mmmmoohms to Sue and Martin. Hope all goes well.

I need to know how many of youse guys have your own "real glass, sippin whiskey" glasses that you carry with you all the time. Also, something to drink a mixed drink from. Let me know please. We didn't want to haul glassware if suitable glasses were already going to be at the shipwreck. Chime in.
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mmmmoohms to Sue and Martin. Hope all goes well.

I need to know how many of youse guys have your own "real glass, sippin whiskey" glasses that you carry with you all the time. Also, something to drink a mixed drink from. Let me know please. We didn't want to haul glassware if suitable glasses were already going to be at the shipwreck. Chime in.
we are good
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mmmmoohms to Sue and Martin. Hope all goes well.

I need to know how many of youse guys have your own "real glass, sippin whiskey" glasses that you carry with you all the time. Also, something to drink a mixed drink from. Let me know please. We didn't want to haul glassware if suitable glasses were already going to be at the shipwreck. Chime in.
We’re good, plenty of quart mason jars freshly sterilize with some smooth Arkie shine! Sorry no shine till Christmas!
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Oh gosh Steve! Haven't you heard of "SOLO" cups! Were good. Besides I have a 1 quart thermos,
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many ommmmmms your way, wish I could more. have you looked on the Thor forum for helpful knowledge?
Thanks, Tim & Bull!

Job's sister, indeed! Some days (weeks, etc) are like that. I have to remind myself that the journey is the destination! Glad to hear you're good to go.

Kevan, Martin has been studying the manuals & watched a number of You Tube videos. I don't know about the Thor forum, though. Tomorrow he'll try phoning Thor directly. We used to be on first name basis w/ those folks!

Thanks, all, for ommms & good wishes. Right now there is a gallon of peaches that have to be sliced & started dehydrating before I can go to bed. 'Druther just go to bed!

Wayne & Ed, thanks to you both for your suggestions etc. The reservoir is okay, so the hunt goes on for an electrical fault.

Now: those peaches!
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Thanks, Tim & Bull!

Job's sister, indeed! Some days (weeks, etc) are like that. I have to remind myself that the journey is the destination! Glad to hear you're good to go.

Kevan, Martin has been studying the manuals & watched a number of You Tube videos. I don't know about the Thor forum, though. Tomorrow he'll try phoning Thor directly. We used to be on first name basis w/ those folks!

Thanks, all, for ommms & good wishes. Right now there is a gallon of peaches that have to be sliced & started dehydrating before I can go to bed. 'Druther just go to bed!

Wayne & Ed, thanks to you both for your suggestions etc. The reservoir is okay, so the hunt goes on for an electrical fault.

Now: those peaches!


I said forum but meant thread, the thread is in the owners forum. I use both the Fleetwood and Workhorse threads a lot. not many problems that someone has not had before.
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Oh gosh Steve! Haven't you heard of "SOLO" cups! Were good. Besides I have a 1 quart thermos,
In my humble opinion the Dixie (Solo) cups I'm bringing are great for beer, Kool Aid, milk, and pop. Fine liquors deserve better treatment than plastic.
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I said forum but meant thread, the thread is in the owners forum. I use both the Fleetwood and Workhorse threads a lot. not many problems that someone has not had before.
Of course! Why didn't I think of that!

Martin reads this thread too, so he will see your post, but I'll check w/ him to see if he's already checked the Thor owners thread.

Thanks for the followup.
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In my humble opinion the Dixie (Solo) cups I'm bringing are great for beer, Kool Aid, milk, and pop. Fine liquors deserve better treatment than plastic.
Oh yee of no color in your neck! Us southern folk use Solo cups for everything, Why we can even eat gumbo out of them. The residue of fine liquors in the gumbo is great. Going the other way can be a challenge for some.
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Problem solved!!!

It's amazing what you can find through Google, if you ask the right question - where is the main breaker for the leveler/slide out system on Thor Tuscany.

Amongst a bunch of Utube videos was this post from the Thor Forums (not iRV2 but same platform)

"2017 Tuscany, House Battery Compartment, Yellow switch open, pushed up, All Hydraulics restored."

Ditto, Ditto!!

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Wonderful! No room in my RV for you to sleep so very glad you got it fixed...oh, it wasn't broken. Okay, don't go hunting for anything else to fix, please.
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Thanks to all y'all for your concern, tips, & ommms. That little yellow switch in the battery bay did the trick, so loading & cooking & checking lists can continue.

M put a note in the rig's manual so the next owner can benefit from our experience.

Back to work ... oh, no, maybe a nap first.
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Surprise, surprise, Kevan and Rebecca pulled in today. Puppies like each other, grown ups tolerate each other. :-)
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