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Old 05-25-2020, 08:51 PM   #85597
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She is a typical blond, cute as a button, and, a real kisser.
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Old 05-26-2020, 07:30 AM   #85598
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She is a typical blond, cute as a button, and, a real kisser.
So that's why she licks her back end! It's to get the taste of Dennis off her tongue!
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Old 05-26-2020, 11:00 PM   #85599
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So that's why she licks her back end! It's to get the taste of Dennis off her tongue!

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Old 05-27-2020, 12:33 PM   #85600
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Wow! What a sleeping bunch of RVM's.
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Old 05-27-2020, 02:51 PM   #85601
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Wow! What a sleeping bunch of RVM's.
I guess everybody is taking a long lunch break to watch the launch
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Launch is scrubbed because of weather.
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Old 05-27-2020, 03:31 PM   #85603
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Launch is scrubbed because of weather.
hopefully will launch Saturday
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Old 05-27-2020, 04:20 PM   #85604
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Well let me tell you about my adventure. Following a week here at the lake enjoying 6 grands and the rain the Texans send up this way, we moved over to the Park Host campsite . Previous host left early so no rush. Everything moved over, set up and I was ready to set down and relax by 11:00 am.

Mary announces the lights in BR donít work. A look at the clock shows we have power from the pole so it must be a fuse. Nope, must be breaker on the inverter, Nope maybe Salesman switch accidentally hit, Nope. Now itís getting hot and the AC doesnít come on. Pause to get a cold drink, fridge is off.

I found the problem but would like to hear what other things others would have checked?

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Well let me tell you about my adventure. Following a week here at the lake enjoying 6 grands and the rain the Texans send up this way, we moved over to the Park Host campsite . Previous host left early so no rush. Everything moved over, set up and I was ready to set down and relax by 11:00 am.

Mary announces the lights in BR donít work. A look at the clock shows we have power from the pole so it must be a fuse. Nope, must be breaker on the inverter, Nope maybe Salesman switch accidentally hit, Nope. Now itís getting hot and the AC doesnít come on. Pause to get a cold drink, fridge is off.

I found the problem but would like to hear what other things others would have checked?

Letís hear your diagnosis !

Only a "SWAG", but a lot of clocks have a backup battery that takes over if Pole Power off... So, I would check to see if the shore power is really on or if prior host had throwed the power switch...

I cant wait to hear your genius diagnosis...
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Old 05-27-2020, 04:47 PM   #85606
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Well let me tell you about my adventure. Following a week here at the lake enjoying 6 grands and the rain the Texans send up this way, we moved over to the Park Host campsite . Previous host left early so no rush. Everything moved over, set up and I was ready to set down and relax by 11:00 am.

Mary announces the lights in BR donít work. A look at the clock shows we have power from the pole so it must be a fuse. Nope, must be breaker on the inverter, Nope maybe Salesman switch accidentally hit, Nope. Now itís getting hot and the AC doesnít come on. Pause to get a cold drink, fridge is off.

I found the problem but would like to hear what other things others would have checked?

Letís hear your diagnosis !
assume you are 50amps I would suspect 1 leg of the power supply, either shore line or MH, was off
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I'm going with the pole breaker shut off. Sounds like something Tim would forget to turn on.

Other than that, he just never plugged in the power cable.
Cant wait to hear the REAL story!
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My bet is he never plugged in....

No sleeping, not watching the launch, although we are supposedly able to see them from here...

Just enjoying life....


Health update.

Kidney doctor yesterday told Larry that he was doing so well, that unless something changes, he will not need talk/telemedicine visit until 3 months....

and that for now the AV fistula to prep for hemodialysis is not even a consideration now.... His number have improved that much....

6 weeks ago wasnt sure he would survive the first night in the hospital, now he is doing great.... amazing recovery.... amazing health workers at Tampa General....


And yesterday they started on the concrete under the house... gonna be 2,000 sq ft of patio...

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Old 05-27-2020, 08:49 PM   #85609
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Great news Di, glad things are going well.

Now for the rest of you clowns, I was actually getting 50 amp power into the coach. Ac and fridge need 12v to work therefore my first thought was a 12v fuse or inverter switch/breaker thrown. Anything plugged into the 120 recepticals worked i.e. a fan.

There was plenty of oil in the motor! That's Mary's first question on every problem, Did you check the oil? So while looking around at the motor end I noticed a lot of corrosion buildup on one of the batteries. When I wiggled the battery cable one came off in my hand.

Good baking soda/water mix to clean it up and a call for park mantenance man to either borrow a new cable end or a set of vice grips and luckly he had a new end. All is good now except Dish box would not light up. Called Dish, they're UPSing a new one.

Social Distancing is difficult in a camp ground. We will really need to be careful in Shipshewana cause no one wants to catch UGLY from Wayne.
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Old 05-27-2020, 11:00 PM   #85610
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I've socially distanced from Wayne before it even became fashionable to do so. Let's just say it was a windy day that got me into that habit
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