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RE: Propane gas detector going off

Wet sneakers by the front door, under the LP sensor. :M Maybe I need Odor Eaters :E
Gene&Ginny 05/01/16 08:04pm General RVing Issues
RE: Horrible and frustrating rv.net forum experience

... I took a look at Woodalls, but couldn't find an active topics starter link. ....I use Woodalls all the time. At the top of the subject page listing all the threads in the topic you see: > Forum Technical Support a little way down on the left there is a blue/grey background with these links: Post New Topic | Subscribe | Mark As Read |
Gene&Ginny 05/01/16 07:32pm Forum Technical Support
RE: NFL Draft 1st. Round!

I heard 12 from Ohio set an NFL draft record. :)
Gene&Ginny 04/30/16 07:14pm Around the Campfire
RE: Computer Won't Shut Down?

Seems that Microsoft is aware of the problem. Look for "UPHClean" on the microsoft website. It is a service that loads at boot and on shutdown will unload the User Profile Hive. Here is just a little from the "Read Me" file: WHAT IS UPHCLEAN UPHClean is a service that once and for all gets rid of problems with user profile not unloading. You are having profile unload problems if you experience slow logoff (with Saving Settings for most of the time while logging off), roaming profiles that do not reconcile, or the registry size limit is reached. WHY DO PROFILES NOT UNLOAD? Many system and service processes do work on behalf of users. When the work is done the system or service process is responsible for releasing handles it has to the user profile hive. If this is not done by the service as the user logs off the profile cannot be unloaded. ....... The whole thing is too long to post here.
Gene&Ginny 04/29/16 08:26pm Technology Corner
RE: Using smart phone as a hot spot

... to Tether is to use a USB cable and the phone becomes a MODEM not a wifi hotspot...That was true at one time but the wireless community considers even wireless connections to a smartphone as tethering. Most of the sellers/resellers have specific language in their terms of service that spell out if they allow it or if they charge extra for it like the info I posted earlier from Cricket's website.
Gene&Ginny 04/29/16 07:37pm Technology Corner
RE: Forum problems

I haven't had any problems with the Woodalls portal in several weeks. Quite some time back Woodalls was a problem. Also no problem using % % % on the Woodalls portal. When you get that maintainance thing try doing a page refresh (F5 key) Sometimes the HTTPS: is a problem, use http://forums.woodalls.com/
Gene&Ginny 04/28/16 08:14pm Forum Technical Support
RE: Using smart phone as a hot spot

As AsheGuy said, your phone has an option to become a WiFi hotspot. The process of connecting your laptop WiFi to the phone hotspot is called tethering. ..not the most expensive one through Cricket wireless. ...Cricket has some restrictions on tethering. Here is what Cricket has to say about tethering: To get the Mobile Hotspot feature, you need: - A Compatible Phone - Own a compatible phone or upgrade to one of the phones on the compatible phones list. - A Qualifying Plan - At this time, only the $50/mo and $60/mo rate plans are eligible for the Cricket Hotspot add-on. - To Add the Mobile Hotspot Feature - Tether your phone and the Cricket network to your other devices for only $10/mo.
Gene&Ginny 04/28/16 07:13pm Technology Corner
RE: Durham NC RV killing bridge to be neutered

DOT officials said the systems cost about $130,000 apiece. There is a mall parking garage that we have gone to a few times. It has a height limit BUT before you get to the entrance there is a sign with the limit hanging from a long chain at each end of the sign. The bottom of the sign is about 2 inches lower than the garage clearance. If you hit the sign you don't go in the garage but the sign just swings on that 5 foot of chain. MUCH less expensive than a $130,000 laser system and isn't subject to power failures.
Gene&Ginny 04/27/16 08:54pm General RVing Issues
RE: Five nuts

... It took Tony Stewart to call their bluff, ...Owner-driver Tony Stewart called attention to the situation last week, criticizing NASCAR and saying it had become a safety issue. NASCAR fined him $35,000 for his comments. Just for speaking the truth!!!
Gene&Ginny 04/27/16 07:47pm Around the Campfire
RE: Air conditioner issues

deleted - wrong info
Gene&Ginny 04/26/16 07:45pm Tech Issues
RE: Phyllis Dillerisms:::::

Some real gems, THANKS. :B
Gene&Ginny 04/26/16 06:57pm Around the Campfire
RE: Wiring 50 amp RV Outlet to Fuse Box?

Knob and tube does predate me a little but I have seen it in some older houses. :C
Gene&Ginny 04/25/16 06:40pm Travel Trailers
RE: Barker tongue jack issue

Check the limit switches. :h
Gene&Ginny 04/24/16 07:38pm General RVing Issues
RE: Wiring 50 amp RV Outlet to Fuse Box?

.... MANY folk who are not well versed in "modern day" standards WILL often refer to 110 and 220, INSTEAD of todays "standards" of 120V and 240V.....And to some us old fogeys 120/240 is relatively recent. Maybe we are both out of date. I see Lowes only has 125 volt electric outlets. ;)
Gene&Ginny 04/24/16 06:52pm Travel Trailers
RE: Wiring 50 amp RV Outlet to Fuse Box?

If you want a 50 A service go to your main panel and find two slots next to each other. Put a double pole 50 A breaker in these slots. ...OP said main panel is a fuse panel. Otherwise that is good info if he had a breaker panel.
Gene&Ginny 04/23/16 08:10pm Travel Trailers
RE: Yikes! Fire !!

RV outlets have a plastic lid to them. Don't see one in your picture.....On the ground in front of the outlet.
Gene&Ginny 04/23/16 07:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Save energy - longer time between charges

... My name is Prince Abdul el Socketuem ....Priceless http://www.crawlersmileys.com/img/smileys/lol.gif
Gene&Ginny 04/23/16 06:47pm Tech Issues
RE: Save energy - longer time between charges

Domain Name: ZENERGEIA.SG Registrant Org: ECO-NANO TECHNOLOGY PRIVATE LIMITED is associated with ~2 other domains IP Location: Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur - Kuala Lumpur - nuff said. :R
Gene&Ginny 04/22/16 07:24pm Tech Issues
RE: ? for electric/electronic experts.

Switch light is wired between ground and the element hot wire.....NO NO NO ... The pilot should be wired between the switched hot and the neutral, rather than the switched hot and ground; .... YES I can easily see why it went downhill from there.
Gene&Ginny 04/22/16 07:08pm Tech Issues
RE: Vitamins::::::

Forget about the high heels. :B
Gene&Ginny 04/22/16 06:33pm Around the Campfire
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