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RE: 3d printed water fill adaptor

Thanks for bringing this post back to the top. I'm going to try it out. Going to chance it with no supports to see what happens. I use Hatchbox PLA.
SteveB 02/21/22 11:57am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: New laptop--- clone hard drive?

Assuming Windows OS. There are a few cloning programs around. I have used Clonezilla, Acronis and (another one that starts with an M, Just cant think of it right now,) Anyway Clonezilla is my GO-TO. No matter which one you use, there might be an issue with the OS licensing. Usually the OS is tied to the motherboard of the computer. At the very least you might need to change the Windows license number which you might be able to determine with Belarc Adviser.
SteveB 10/20/21 04:38am Technology Corner
RE: Hi from RI

Welcome from RI. I would second the FMCA coverage at least for tire support. Not familiar with your motor home but some. Don’t come with a spare and then sometimes they are just too heavy for the average person to handle. There are other benefits to FMCA.
SteveB 10/20/21 04:29am Beginning RVing
RE: Decal replacement

i replaced the 32” wide Jay-Flight decal on the front of mine. The ribs in the aluminum did not affect the installation at all.Be sure to remove the old decal and adhesive. A careful use of a heat gun makes quick work of the old decal removal. I got some plastic razor blades at a boat place also so the paint on the siding wouldn’t get scratched.
SteveB 10/11/21 05:37pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: I need help removing my broken water heater drain plug

I carry a set of easy-outs in my tool box just for this purpose. Picked up at Harbor Freight a few years ago when my heater plug split. needed again today when the replacement plug split. The Camco plugs last a couple of years then its easy-out time again. :)
SteveB 10/11/21 05:29pm Tech Issues
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