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RE: credit card scam

Had a situation where our account was used by someone at the rate of $6.00 to $11.00 per day. Most all of the charges were at fast food or restaurants. All of the activity was for 19 days in a row, one charge per day.
hershey 12/18/14 02:21pm Around the Campfire
RE: Black Tank Treatment - taken off the market . . . .

water for the last 10 years fulltime
hershey 12/15/14 05:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: massive 12 volt battery issues

The number and arrangement of battery cables on 4 6 volt batteries can be very confusing if you failed to identify the arrangement before your even start removing the cables. I took a picture of mine after I wrapped a piece of red electrical tape on the end of every cable going to a positive terminal. Even after doing all of that, I left off one important positive cable and because of it, I couldn't charge the batteries off the engine alternator. Quick look at the digital picture and I found the missing cable hiden behind the batteries.
hershey 12/15/14 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Generator Won't Start

I'm in Bev & Kens camp. I'd bet a Krispy Kreme Doughnut to a shiny penny that it is indeed fueled from your MH's fuel tank. If anywhere around 1/4 tank it will run out of fuel. Add some fuel to the tank and give the lil' bugger another try.
hershey 12/14/14 07:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine accelerates when brake pedal is pressed

I'd go with ScottT's explanation. That sounds pretty solid to me.
hershey 12/13/14 05:24pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A's with PTO?

Well heck, there goes the lawn mower theory :S
hershey 12/12/14 08:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A's with PTO?

With the Power Take Off setup they can also power a mower and drive the side of the roads and mow as they travel. No, seriously, they don't have a power take off but I have no idea as to what a PTO is on a MH.
hershey 12/12/14 04:09pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Need help finding elusive files on my laptop hard drive.

Back in the DOS day, Norton was the flagship of computer safety. Now its so darn intrusive that it paralyzes the computer and makes it nearly unusable in the name of "safety".
hershey 12/10/14 06:44pm Technology Corner
RE: dolly vs flat

Easy, very easy choice to make... Take a look around the next campground you frequent. Count the 4 down and the dollys. You can't argue with the numbers.
hershey 12/08/14 07:00pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Have the Police stopped enforcing our traffic laws?

Last week we had the opportunity to travel in our car instead of the MH about 130 miles of interstate in S California. I know it was Thanksgiving weekend but, I've never seen such a bunch of NASCAR want-a-bes on the road at one time. I found myself traveling at 80 for a brief period of time to get out of a pack of semi's I got caught in and everyone was still passing me like I was the idiot who was holding up traffic. Most are holding their lanes at faster speeds but there is always the one guy who just darts left and right at speeds of 20 mph faster than all the other traffic...I get scared of getting a ticket if I'm only a couple miles per hour over the posted speed.
hershey 12/07/14 01:08pm General RVing Issues
RE: 83 year old Chris Karamesines just keeps on racing

Hell its amazing to be able to get into the seat and out again at 83 years of age. :)
hershey 12/07/14 12:55pm Around the Campfire
RE: Decision making 101

I have a wedding band on that hasn't been off my finger since my bride slipped it on. There is no way short of cutting it off now to get it off...put on a lot of weight since wedding day :) But I also worked a lot on electronic components on the equipment I was in charge of. I always just wrapped a strip of electrical tape around it when I did. Probable not the safest thing to do but better than doing nothing.
hershey 12/07/14 12:51pm Around the Campfire
RE: Making a Doctor Appt. at the VA

After being approved for VA benefits, I tried for 3 years to get hearing aids. Got the hearing test and qualified for the hearing aids after about 8 months. Then the run around in trying to get an appointment for them. I gave up and just dropped my VA membership. Nothing like the goverment managing my health care.
hershey 12/05/14 12:43pm Around the Campfire
RE: *Very* Cruel Santa

I have no problem with anyone and their service dog but I wonder what Einstein thought that a Pit Bull would be a good choice as a service dog? To me that defies good sense. Yes, I know I'll hear from the "its all in how they are trained" but how many stories have we seen where people have been attacked by Pit Bulls as compared to other breeds.
hershey 12/04/14 07:16pm Around the Campfire
RE: Directv setup ???

IF it works, your good to go. A round dish will only provide access to one satellite. An oval will allow you to access two or more at the same time. So you probably dont have hi-def and with Directv you can receive all the programing for non-hi-def on one satellite.
hershey 12/02/14 05:05pm Technology Corner
RE: FMCA "Benefit" is back

We have had FMCA for over a decade and do so for its own unique benefits. So the inclusion of this to their membership at no cost certainly is an added benefit to members. It may not compare to some of the other services like Sky Med or MASA but its free. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
hershey 11/30/14 09:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Why you shouldn't try to outrun a bear

Our experience with bears...mostly in the Grand Tetons. They are so engrossed in doing their own thing that they "appear" to completely ignore the gawking visitors. They don't even look at them. So the gawking visitors get so comfortable with them, they get out of cars, walk up to them to get selfies and great camera shots. I know, you can't fix stupid but its amazing at the stupidity that people exhibit when the rangers aren't looking. I'm surprised more aren't eaten.
hershey 11/28/14 04:59pm Around the Campfire
RE: Quartzsite camping spot preference

I like to call it Las Quartzsite (sorry oldman) Quartzsite is much like a ones first trip to Las Vegas. Its just unbelievable. Never imagined anything like this. Either one: You will love it, or you will hate it; but you just gotta see it to believe it. Like Las Vegas, once may be enough but for some it has to be returned year after year....
hershey 11/27/14 03:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: How do I stop Microsoft 8.1 notifications?

... popups, very sneaky windows to lead you into other Windows programs that I don't want. ... I've used Windows since version 1.0. How come I don't encounter these popups and sneaky Windows?You so lucky......I'd like to know why you don't too. Share your success and info.
hershey 11/23/14 06:26pm Technology Corner
RE: Shaving?

I found over the years that I've been shaving mostly with a dull razor blade(s). I've used the Bic and other brands of "quality" razors and shave in the shower. After way too many years, I've found that a razor will just keep on shaving for months if you keep using it. Of course it becomes more and more painful but I have a hard time remembering to change the blades until I'm back in the shower again. Now I make a point of taking the dull razor and place it on the lavatory after it dulls and now I remember to chage the blades.
hershey 11/23/14 12:59pm Around the Campfire
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