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Old 07-09-2014, 02:43 PM   #51
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Good one Jim!
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Old 07-09-2014, 02:45 PM   #52
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Well I was able to get My Dream plugged in today! Turned on the AC and dang, it's reading in C* instead of F*...okay where is that manual
Does it really matter what the number is? If it's too cold....turn it down. If it's too hot...turn it up. Like your refrigerator.
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Old 07-09-2014, 04:18 PM   #53
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Well I was able to get My Dream plugged in today! Turned on the AC and dang, it's reading in C* instead of F*...okay where is that manual again!!

Had some visitors...couple across from me with a giant 5er, but they just had to come look see. The lady said this would be perfect for her sister and asked how much longer I would be there! Well they went off and 30 mins later they came back with sister on tow. Handed out my first card without leaving the storage lot!
Hi: Vicki A... There's nothing wrong with C* instead of F*. They're 2.2 times bigger...that's all. Remember this rhyme "30 is hot, 20 is nice, 10 is cool 0 is ice". Alf
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Old 07-09-2014, 04:43 PM   #54
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Hi: Vicki A... There's nothing wrong with C* instead of F*. They're 2.2 times bigger...that's all.
Agreed... except that celcius degrees are only 1.8 times as large as Fahrenheit, and the two scales are offset from one another by 32 F or about 18 C degrees (so you can't just multiply a temperature from one scale by a factor to get the value on the other scale).
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Old 07-09-2014, 04:45 PM   #55
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Does it really matter what the number is? If it's too cold....turn it down. If it's too hot...turn it up. Like your refrigerator.
True... but the other way: if it's too cold....turn the setting up. If it's too hot...turn it down. Now, which way did the refrigerator knob go again?
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Old 07-09-2014, 04:50 PM   #56
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Agreed... except that celcius degrees are only 1.8 times as large as Fahrenheit, and the two scales are offset from one another by 32 F or about 18 C degrees (so you can't just multiply a temperature from one scale by a factor to get the value on the other scale).
Agreed... But - 40* C & F are the same!!! Darn cold. Alf
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Old 07-19-2014, 02:20 PM   #57
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Friday, finally, my escape hatch came in! Looked at it to see if I could "piece it out" to fix it...nope, not gonna happen . So I went to the local RV shop to get an appointment - a week from Monday! It sure is nice having her here, but 3 wks wasted does not make me happy. There is a reason somewhere...probably will never know what or why, oh well!
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Hi: Vicki A... Sorry to hear about your hatch hiccups. Ours must have been open a bit when the staff at ETI washed the trailer. We had them do a mattress replacement before I could be blamed for the result!!! Alf
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Old 07-19-2014, 03:32 PM   #59
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Friday, finally, my escape hatch came in! Looked at it to see if I could "piece it out" to fix it...nope, not gonna happen . So I went to the local RV shop to get an appointment - a week from Monday! It sure is nice having her here, but 3 wks wasted does not make me happy. There is a reason somewhere...probably will never know what or why, oh well!
Did you look at the damaged one vs the new one. when I replaced the MaxxAir vent cover and have done several Fantastic Fan cover replacements, the cover is attached with screws/bolts. Removal and replacement was easy, getting up there and back was not. But ether way I feel your pain, having a new but damaged item is stressful, remember my locks did not work.
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Old 07-19-2014, 06:55 PM   #60
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Hi: Vicki A... Sorry to hear about your hatch hiccups. Ours must have been open a bit when the staff at ETI washed the trailer. We had them do a mattress replacement before I could be blamed for the result!!! Alf
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Hi Alf! Yes I have noticed that there is a fine between the red emergancy latch being "closed" and being locked! I think I may have to do some "southern engineering"!
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