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Old 02-22-2013, 11:23 AM   #15
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Geez I thought that thang was digital except for the analog pointer. Or maybe it's just a pointer. What would be the analog of a pointer? A pointer by any other name would point as well? OK, I always admired those Pace Arrows. I found the hula skirt mudflaps hypnotic. What is sarcasm?

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Old 02-22-2013, 11:34 AM   #16
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It's irony's second cousin once removed.

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Old 02-22-2013, 02:56 PM   #17
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My mother told me there'd be lifetimes like this!!!

Sorry, I put a new control board in my Atwood furnace this morning. Cheap repair at 90$ plus the 18$ for a new regulator to check the one I got. What I can't get over is the local "RV applicance repairman" [read thief] who came out last week, fiddled and fussed, told me six different stories to see which one would impress me, didn't have a manometer with him, and took the shirt from my back for the "diagnostic" (those are sarcastic quotation marks!) and the promise that he'd get me a price on a replacement furnace. After another week of going blind over Atwood PDFs, I finally found a good sequenced troubleshooting protocol on Mark's RV site and discovered that for my particular symptom this feller had it down to dirty or obstructed squirrel cage fan or exhaust pipe, LP regulator, or furnace control board. I had already eliminated dust, dirt, bondo, insulation batte, mud dobber nests, and mystical influences in the squirrel cage and the exhaust port so I got down to waiting for Brown with my mail order fixes. So today's all good except maybe my anolog crapometer is reading a bit high. Happens. This is totally OT so you may consider it a useless digression.

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Not entirely useless...I don't think O.P. Dale cares anyway- he hasn't been back since he checked in on the answers he'd gotten by yesterday afternoon.

Hope he got what he needed!

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Kool. Gotta keep that mod squad on its toes.
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Old 02-22-2013, 04:25 PM   #20
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TKS ALL!! Got hammered by a snow event in Kansas City !! Will send before & after pics & keep ya posted
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Lookin' forward to pics when ya get dug out, Dale!

Do take "before and after"s, please...I love those. And who knows, if I ever see enough of them, I might get inspired to get off my you-know-what and actually shine up my own rig!

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Dale, you might consider waiting for drier, warmer weather. The faster it dries, the less it acts like flypaper for all the flora and fauna in the neighborhood. Same applies to wind; the flat calm of a late spring or summer day is preferable. Of course, if you can get the bus under cover . . . ?

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Jack If the snow had alittle grit I could save alittle cash ! Great point on the warm wx !! TKS! Dale (the Rookie)
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