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Wait till you get 76!

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General Discussion / @%diamond shield
« on: June 14, 2022, 07:16:15 am »
Really do hate this stuff.  Great when it works but then……. Anyhow my mirrors looked like crap with the mold underneath, as well as the front of the hood and across the top of the front cap.  What I’ve read is the lifetime guarantee is of little value because of “outs” about cleaning and maintenance.  So, with a YouTube video or two I ordered a 100 pack of plastic razor blades and a can of pro goof off.(there are different levels of goof off). Quick story: at my Lowe’s there were 2 workers talking as I came up.  I asked where can I find goof off, and the younger guy looked quite perplexed. He thought I was talking about him, the other older worker noticed this also and explained what I was talking about.  Anyway they took me to the right shelf.
so if you get the inclination figure about 2 hours per mirror.  Lots of soapy water and go very SLOW.  Just use the very corner of the plastic blade and don’t go more than an 1/16” at a time. Cut and soapy water each pass.  Use a very shallow angle with the blades and change often.  From experience, don’t try and pull on the plastic film, IT WILL LIFT OFF A LAYER OF PAINT.  That is going to require another project, but I have color matched paint.  Getting the glue free will require lots of the pro goofoff.  Soft rag and a lot of rubbing.  Don’t know yet if I want to tackle the front of the hood.

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General Discussion / Re: Leisure light
« on: May 27, 2022, 02:52:26 pm »
Op again.  (We were there also) in looking further, they also have 14” fixtures(as opposed to the subject 20”.  Also dimmable.


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General Discussion / Re: Leisure light
« on: May 27, 2022, 06:21:49 am »
First, it seems to be well made.  Might be a bit big, didn’t look to see what the next size down might be.  Didn’t realize till I pulled the old one down, one of the fluorescent tubes was out, so unrealized justification.  Put this one in the center location (2552) so really helps in the kitchen area.  Yea, I like it.

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General Discussion / Leisure light
« on: May 26, 2022, 08:52:16 am »
As mentioned in a current thread, I ordered and received that light fixture.  All I can say is bright, brighter, and brightest.  LED really puts out.

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Just ordered one, y’all spend my money to fast :lol

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General Discussion / Tenn rally
« on: May 11, 2022, 08:37:58 am »
Final head count?

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General Discussion / Re: Mini Rally in Middle Tennessee
« on: April 28, 2022, 07:17:13 am »
Ron, copy me too.

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General Discussion / Re: 2350 Entry Door Hinge Pins
« on: March 20, 2022, 08:22:57 am »
Mine does the same.  I lifting the door and inserted a “C” clip under the hinge pin.   It helped for a while but it finally slipped out.  It is a quick and easy if you can get it to stay in.

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General Discussion / Re: Diamond Shield has mold
« on: March 10, 2022, 08:06:10 am »
So, did they say anything about the “lifetime warranty “?

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General Discussion / Re: Diamond Shield has mold
« on: March 06, 2022, 08:30:08 am »
Mine to on a 2014.  Did they deny the “life time warranty”?

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General Discussion / Re: A new video with Tina
« on: February 26, 2022, 08:57:25 am »
Looks like it would be tight getting to the bathroom with the slide in?

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General Discussion / Re: Fuse for running lights keeps blowing
« on: January 29, 2022, 08:07:38 am »
Please explain exactly which “running lights” are we asking about.  Do brake lights work? Turn signals? Happened once to me, water got in reflector housing and shorted out lights.  Take a flashlight and hold up to lens and see if any water intrusion.  A seal was loose and I guess it was condensation build up.

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General Discussion / Furnace temps
« on: January 11, 2022, 12:20:14 pm »
There was a recent thread about a melted plastic cover in close proximity to the furnace hose.  Today, while doing my monthly run time, I brought my infrared thermal gun.  The wall temps were steady at 21*.  With engine and generator running, cranked on the furnace.  This is for a 2552 so others might be different.  After about 2 minutes of running, and the thermostat set at 74*….the outlet duct under the bed(closest to the furnace) the temp went up to 158-160*!  The flex duct was in the upper 90s*.  The outlet under the sink was in the low120*. The metal box around the furnace stayed in the low 90s.  After about 15 minutes, the outlet under the bed stayed in the low 120s and the flex hose stayed the same through out.  Wall temps got to the low 50s.

So, because the outlet vents are plastic, it would take a lot of temp to get them to melt. 

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General Discussion / Re: Still here and now with a inverter question
« on: December 29, 2021, 08:48:13 am »
Could that furnace hose right underneath be causing that warp to the plastic.  Run the furnace and check the temp at that spot.

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