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RE: This web site GS

Since I'm not experiencing the problem, it wouldn't hazard a guess as to the cause. Some thoughts, however. Every page has a Reply to Topic link near the top, just above the first post on the page. What portal are you using? Do you experience the same problem on a different portal. This post contains links to all of the portals. Tom
pulsar 08/27/15 11:13am Forum Technical Support
RE: have you ever wondered

I know that she knows my name is Tom. We've had many people test her with, "Find Tom" or "Find Sarah." But privately, what name would she use? I'm sure that has changed over the years. We've done a lot of training and competing together - tracking, agility, obedience - and a lot of playing. I hope she would think of me as a partner, as I do her. Tom
pulsar 08/24/15 05:30pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Another Star in the Heavens

So sorry for your loss. A rescue dog! She was so lucky to have you. Tom
pulsar 08/20/15 09:05am RV Pet Stop
RE: Just can't format signature photo correctly

The file size is determined by the amount of compression one uses when the picture is saved. I haven't used irFanView in a number of years, so can't really tell you how it now changes the compression. The last time I used the program, the Save As... window had an Option button. Clicking on the Option button brought up a slider that let you adjust the compression. Increasing the compression reduces the file size. How the current version accomplishes this, I don't know. But, there will be a way to reduce the file size. Tom
pulsar 08/19/15 06:44am Forum Technical Support
RE: Contact

As you have found out, the contact email link is a waste of time. Send a private message to Admin or 1492 Tom
pulsar 08/18/15 02:50pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Changing prefrences

Although this tutorial pictures that you will not be able to see, it has, in words, step-by-step instructions on how to deal with you issue. The RV.Net Tutorials and Picture related FAQ's, found in the Forum Technical Support sub-forum, has answers for most forum features. Tom
pulsar 08/15/15 05:16am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Looking for ideas for a good dog name

Schatz, Sch├Ątzchen or Schatz, German for Treasure, Little Treasure, Schatzi, is a little slangy but would be a nice choice. Tom
pulsar 08/14/15 06:47pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Words of wisdom from Breeze

Beautiful animal and the hat actually looks good on him. http://i.imgur.com/s6XpF8w.jpg
pulsar 08/13/15 05:51pm RV Pet Stop
RE: a few cartoons

:B Thanks, Tom
pulsar 08/13/15 08:27am RV Pet Stop
Words of wisdom from Breeze

http://i.imgur.com/oNdF8s6.jpg
pulsar 08/12/15 01:10pm RV Pet Stop
RE: Twin Falls, Idaho to Missoula

I don't know anything about 95 and 73. Are those state routes or US routes. We would take I-84 to I-86 to I-15 to I-90. Thats about 90 miles longer than taking US 93, but would be easier driving. Tom
pulsar 08/12/15 11:31am Roads and Routes
RE: The things we go though fur our dogs, ...

Allie walked herself. http://i.imgur.com/zdQ5R8F.jpg Tom
pulsar 08/12/15 07:58am RV Pet Stop
RE: coach batteries

You can do Ivylog's conversion in one step by dividing the reserve minutes by 2.4 200 / 2.4 = 83.33... Tom
pulsar 08/12/15 07:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black Water Take Level Indicator

The holding tank monitoring systems for most RVs has long been the bane of RVers. Winnebago now uses probes that are external to the tank. Our previous coach, 2008 Journey, had these sensor and worked perfectly, except for the stupid placement of the probes. (The 2/3 full probe of the 90-gallon fresh water tank was very close to the full sensor and the 1/3 full probe was at the 1/2 full point on the tank.) Our current coach has the external sensors, also, but it is too soon to judge there longevity. There are third party external sensors that one can install, but it is not always easy to get to the tanks. Tech-Edge (iSeries) Garnet Instruments (SeeLevel) Tom
pulsar 08/11/15 06:36am Travel Trailers
RE: To Plan or not to plan campgrounds

We just returned from a 70 day trip. We made one reservation before we left home (Yellowstone). In mid June, we made a reservation in Polson, MT on the Flathead Lake for the 4th of July weekend. We've traveled every summer for nearly 3 decades and have made less than 10 reservations before leaving home. Neither of us like having fixed date that we have to be at a particular location. Our normal traveling style is to decide, around 3 PM, how far we plan to drive for the day and then call ahead to see if a campground in the area has a spot for us. Only once this summer did we have to choose a second campground, and once we stayed in an overflow site. Tom
pulsar 08/10/15 07:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: The things we go though fur our dogs, ...

And the things they do for us! http://i40.tinypic.com/2ntvexd.jpg height=600 Tom
pulsar 08/10/15 08:50am RV Pet Stop
RE: Post your signature picture here

I am having trouble updating my signature? Can't seem to be able to edit my signature? Went in to preferences but couldn't find anywhere that I could change my vehicle to updated one? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks Rambler See this tutorial. It is about placing a picture in your signature, but will show you how to change the signature. On the preferences page you should see this section. http://i28.tinypic.com/4tw0lu.jpg Note: Sometimes members confuse the profile page with the preferences page. They are two separate pages accessed by different links. Tom
pulsar 08/10/15 08:39am Forum Technical Support
RE: Winnebago basement air

... There must be a reason they are getting away from them. According to Winnebago Why change? The advent of new diesel emission standards requires chassis components to be placed in the basement space previously used for our TrueAir compressor package and the future availability of that cooling unit package is in question due to new refrigerant regulations that require larger re-designed compressors OP, We had basement air in two coaches, an Adventurer and a Journey. We like the basement air in both. They were definitely quieter in the living area and quieter than a bedroom roof air from the same time frame. There was an issue that I didn't like. One could not decide which compressor(s) were running. The management system used the number one compressor, by itself, if the temperature in the coach was no more than one degree above the set temperature. That created situations in which the first compressor was started because of a one-degree differential and it was able to maintain that differential but could not bring the temperature now. So the one compressor could run for hours, unable to satisfy the call, but "not needing" the second compressor. Our current coach has two roof heat pumps. They are quieter than roof heat pumps used to be. I do like running the front unit at night and leaving the back one off. This summer in 95┬║ temperatures, I found that I had to close the bedroom vents to force all of the cooling capacity to the front. That worked. We did not see a similar issue with the heating cycle, during the winter. But then, the heat cycle only works down to the high 30's. Tom
pulsar 08/10/15 06:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Jake brake on or off driving on flats or small hills?

On our previous coach, the computer was reprogrammed so that the exhaust brake came on only if one touched the brake pedal (and the switch was on). The exhaust brake was released when the accelerator was pressed. Our current coach is programmed in the usual fashion, but I'll have it reprogrammed next week.Tom, this sounds like a brilliant solution. Who, exactly, would reprogram this? Also, can I get them to boost my HP to 700 while they've got the computer running and hooked up? ;-) Freightliner reprogrammed the previous coach and will do the new one next week. They charged too much, $60 for about 5 minutes work - most of which was waiting for their laptop to boot. Tom$60 would be worth it to me. Can I assume this was/is a Spartan engine? No, both are Cummins engines on Freighliner chassis. The previous coach was a 2008 Winnebago journey; the current coach is an Itasca Meridian. The $60 is worth it to me, also. I'm having the new coach reprogrammed. I imagine the fee is even higher now. The previous coach was reprogrammed several years ago. Tom
pulsar 08/09/15 08:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Two Accounts???

You could try changing the email address on your Good Sam account so that the 'Know' user and the Good Sam account have the same email address. Tom
pulsar 08/08/15 08:30pm Forum Technical Support
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