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RE: Heated hose

I agree with pitch: " I use a piece of heat tape for frozen pipes. Run it along with my hose inside foam pipe insulation. Get long enough so you can also wrap the hydrant." I used that method for 2 KCMO winters (07 and 08), worked well with temps to Zero with no problems. Tom
ferretgrandpa 07/18/21 06:19pm Beginning RVing
RE: Small wireless laser printer/scanner/copier

I second the Brother. Carryed a Brother monchrome laser for several years. I don't need the scanner, but do demand Duplexing. I've had several that passed 50,000 impressions. Fitted in a storage cabinet over the TV. Brother Toner cartridges are also very easy to refill (saves alot, like spending $10 to refill a $70 new cart) Tom
ferretgrandpa 03/22/21 08:35pm Technology Corner
RE: Lighting fixtures Forest River 5er

Campinfan - That's the way it works on our Flagstaff, the other style has slide tops Tom
ferretgrandpa 01/26/21 05:07pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: YouTube MP4 how to play on TV ???

No 'Smart' tv here, but have used my old super cheap DVD player (has a USB port on the front) to play .mp4 and others (like .flv). Newer Blu-Ray won't convert so run the old LG. We have quite a collection of shows that I've downloaded and burnt to a data DVD disk. If the player won't play a file type, I convert with Avidemux (free, and easy to learn and use). Tom
ferretgrandpa 12/11/20 03:24pm Technology Corner
RE: Septic Holding Tank that's portable?

From someone who as done all of these suggestion at variuos times and places, Go for the macerator and 3/4" hose, (you can use a 5/8", but get the larger, it is really worth it). If your conditions change, this will adapt to them. Tom
ferretgrandpa 12/08/20 06:57pm General RVing Issues
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