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Trailers & Fifthwheels / Re: Adjusting Hot Water Temperature
« Last post by grashley on Today at 07:16:09 PM »
I agree it will not save propane, but it WILL avoid getting scalded in the shower.  With a young granddaughter, it WILL  make washing hands safer.  I think it is a GREAT idea!
The Shade Tree / Re: The Spice Girls reunion
« Last post by ClickHill on Today at 06:58:48 PM »
I'll tell you what I want ,what I really, really want.
Fishing / Fishing and Camping
« Last post by OBX on Today at 06:49:44 PM »
I like to take advantage of fishing opportunities when campsites are near water.  This past year my rod and reel while decent were way too light weight for the salt water fishing I did.  Luckily for me I only caught one little striped bass and got a few bites when I was salt water fishing.   This year I'm picking up a Penn 6000 Fierce II combo to have a proper salt water setup in addition to my fresh water setup.   
Solar / Re: Your Experience with LiFePO4 Deep Cycle Batteries?
« Last post by Gizmo on Today at 06:48:11 PM »
Contact the manufacturer and ask them what the charging parameters are for their batteries.  We have recently purchased 3-Battle Born LiFePO4 batteries, I contacted Battle Born and they require 14.4V absorption, 13.6 for float and 30 minutes of absorption time charge per battery.  If you have a different brand they may have different parameters so check with them.  If you set your controller settings per the manufacturer's parameters you will not overcharge the batteries, so no concern there. Likely you will not want to equalize for these batteries and you will not need temperature compensation as generally a good idea for lead acid and AGM batteries.
General Discussion / Re: Toilet Leak
« Last post by Isaac-1 on Today at 06:32:39 PM »
The issue is not so much a different floor flange, as different alignment.  Thetford used a flood flange positioned so the studs were at 11 and 5 o'clock, Dometic currently uses a 2 stud system where the studs are at 9 and 3 o'clock.  If the old flange as glued in place getting it loose and turned and reattached for the 9 and 3 position can be difficult.  The alternative is to drill and mount new anchor studs for the 9 and 3 position or use other flange repair kit methods.
pull the hose that goes to the dash off of the vacuum tank and hold your finger over the nipple from the tank. Then if the pump shuts off and stays off the problem is not in the tank. If it keeps running try to feel around the tank especially where it mounts, you may find a crack or a split in the tank where it is fused together. Let us know what you find........You could just bypass the tank and see if it shuts off also, that would point to the tank it does.
PCs, Communications, Electronics / Re: Problem with Chrome book
« Last post by Molaker on Today at 06:26:21 PM »
I'm going to venture a guess that is it a keyboard problem.  Possibly a solder fracture or dirty key switches, but more likely foreign material causing an intermittent short between data lines.  You might try a can of compressed air for keyboard cleaning.
The Shade Tree / Re: Post a joke
« Last post by Oldgator73 on Today at 06:26:17 PM »
So he doesn't eat meat, only vegetables?  :o  ;D

Don't know his dietary habits. No reports that he ate any of his patients.
The Shade Tree / Re: Typing 101
« Last post by Tom on Today at 06:20:20 PM »
Chris learned to type at the UK centralized DVLA (like a Federal DMV). There were no letters/symbols on the keys, and they were ding'd every time they got one character wrong.

FWIW ... Chris got to enter Prince Charles' first driving (drivers) license info.
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