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Old 11-29-2013, 08:30 AM   #141
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Jared beat you to it Donna. See Post #133.
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Old 11-29-2013, 09:13 AM   #142
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Jared beat you to it Donna. See Post #133.
No, Jared bought the 90 degree cord. The picture I posted and the links are to a 90 degree extension. You would still use the original power cord.
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Old 11-29-2013, 10:20 AM   #143
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Was concentrating on the result, not the process. Didn't notice your picture was an adapter rather than the entire cord. Both solutions should work equally well, one probably being a little cheaper to implement than the other.

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No, Jared bought the 90 degree cord. The picture I posted and the links are to a 90 degree extension. You would still use the original power cord.
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Old 11-29-2013, 06:50 PM   #144
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Hi Frank and Gail, Congrats on getting the Parkliner and getting the issues taken care of! Good to hear that.

Question, when did you order yours? I ordered mine mid August, it was suppose to be ready the end of November but I can't get a reply from Cameron as to a date.

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Old 11-29-2013, 08:49 PM   #145
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Hi Frank and Gail, Congrats on getting the Parkliner and getting the issues taken care of! Good to hear that.

Question, when did you order yours? I ordered mine mid August, it was suppose to be ready the end of November but I can't get a reply from Cameron as to a date.

Enjoy!!

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Hi Jane!

We didn't order ours. I saw the ad here the Tuesday after Columbus Day weekend and we bought it the following Saturday. It is a very lightly used 2012 model, #006.

We had planned to order new, and were getting ready to do that when we saw this one for sale not too far away (NJ). Things have worked out great, thanks.

As far as getting response from the company, there is a fellow on the forum now from ParkLiner. His user name is AmcGee, and he has been over on Deryk's thread here: New ParkLiner battery box (look at the last page). You might want to PM him sometime, maybe he can help with your questions.

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Old 11-30-2013, 05:27 PM   #146
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Donna, do you know if both those links essentially are the same thing? I hate to get one to find out the other one was really the one I needed. Help!

Depending on a number of variables, we may drag the trailer across the state Christmas Eve to be at out son's place when our grandson opens presents Christmas morning. I need to be prepared!

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Thanks Frank!

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Old 12-01-2013, 09:24 AM   #148
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Donna, do you know if both those links essentially are the same thing? I hate to get one to find out the other one was really the one I needed. Help!
Yep, both 30amp, 90 degree. Look slightly different and some folks are visiual! I provided both links because of price differences and for those with Amazon accounts they may prefer to bundle shipping, etc.
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Old 12-01-2013, 09:35 AM   #149
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Yep, both 30amp, 90 degree. Look slightly different and some folks are visiual! I provided both links because of price differences and for those with Amazon accounts they may prefer to bundle shipping, etc.
Cool, thanks Donna! Amazon it will be. We're Prime members, so get free shipping on most stuff. Amazon has been very good to us poor folk that have to live out in the boonies...

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Old 01-12-2014, 03:36 PM   #150
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New Calmark cover

Finally got a brief window today to get the cover on that we got towards the end of December. Too much snow! As you can see, we used high density foam to support snow weight on top.







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Interesting idea Frank! I just tip the nose of mine up and it seems to melt and run off pretty well....but you do get more snow then we do here in NJ!
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I re-attached things such that this shelf should never come loose again. Where the rivet had pulled out, I put a stainless machine screw, finish washer, a bunch of flat washers (too long a srew, it was all I had!), and finally a nylok, all stainless steel stuff.
That shelf has some serious engineering problems and is doomed to fail again.
All four corners need support to the ceiling or sidewall. And those little screws will work loose from any fiberglass. One help to limp along would be to cushion the weight of the microwave on the shelf. Any cushion will be just like cushioning the support screws from the jolt of a "micro-bounce". And there will be millions of such jiggles on every trip. The unsupported corner needs support, plain and simple. You should find a way to hold it up to the ceiling. Best wishes.
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That shelf has some serious engineering problems and is doomed to fail again.
All four corners need support to the ceiling or sidewall. And those little screws will work loose from any fiberglass. One help to limp along would be to cushion the weight of the microwave on the shelf. Any cushion will be just like cushioning the support screws from the jolt of a "micro-bounce". And there will be millions of such jiggles on every trip. The unsupported corner needs support, plain and simple. You should find a way to hold it up to the ceiling. Best wishes.
Sorry Chuck, you're just wrong. But thanks anyways.

Sheesh!

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Sorry Chuck, you're just wrong. But thanks anyways.

Sheesh!

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I can only work with my experiences replacing shelves and broken microwaves in RV's. My information is not perfect.
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