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RE: Cleaning Question

Hi: Look at getting a 6ft. scaffold. You should then be able to reach. I have one for my trailer and it works great.Use it to do the whole trailer. They're very reasonably priced and much safer to use. Just my opinion. Good luck.
Ruralgas 05/25/19 07:15am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Great older fifth wheels

Our 32.5 ft. 2001 Okanagan. Had it since new and have looked after it meticulously. Very spacious,pulls well and looks good. Have had lots of positive comments about when at parks.
Ruralgas 01/31/19 07:18am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Shaw Direct dropping most SD Channels this year

Hi My discussion with a Shaw tech just last week and he informed me that by the end of 2019 they will have completed the move of all HD channels to the new satellite. This is the one that has the smaller footprint and no coverage probably past Great Falls MT. He said consequently the SD channels are then turned off. However he did say that any HD channel that is on the older 2 satellites will still continue to operate. He didn't tell me just how many channels that would be, however I think it won't be that many. IPTV might be more of an interest come the end of 2019 for Canadian coverage down south.
Ruralgas 01/27/19 07:14am Snowbirds
RE: Slideouts Work Sometimes don't Work

Hi: Pop the slide switch/switches out and check them with a meter for continuity. Could very likely be the switch is wearing out. With your meter check for voltage at a wire. You could then just jumper the wires and see if that works. Start with the simple stuff first.
Ruralgas 01/05/19 07:31am Tech Issues
RE: Cellphone Based Data Providers Recommendation

Hi Lenny: Yes, Koodo has that also. They also partner with T-Mobile. When I did a network scan, AT&T and T-Mobile showed. The phones automatically connected to AT&T and worked flawlessly. If a person had to contact Koodo it wasn't a problem then. Now with their dumb virtual assistant, you don't get to speak with a live person right away. You have to go though their text. After a bunch of typing and pushing buttons, you can finally schedule a callback. You then get a callback and a live person will come on line. Sometimes that can take 30 minutes or more. I don't know if Telus has gone to that virtual assistant garbage. I looked into Roam Mobility and after sending them an email I finally got a reply 3 days later. That just won't do!!!
Ruralgas 11/02/18 03:59pm Snowbirds
RE: Cellphone Based Data Providers Recommendation

Hello: Just want to add to this discussion. Last year we used our Koodo roam US and it worked very well for both of us. Koodo is with AT&T and we were in Yuma. Coverage down and in Yuma was excellent. The only big drawback was the $100.00 a month per phone (2 phones), plus our plans which really adds up. The plus was that we had our Canadian numbers and the wife's family could communicate with no cost to them. For the 2 plus months it was doable, however if it was longer I think I'd do more looking. Unfortunately, when a person takes into account the 32% currency extra things start to balance out. Hope this might help. Garry
Ruralgas 11/02/18 06:34am Snowbirds
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