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RE: Propane Regulator Noise

When my old Marshall regulator stopped working I put on a Camco. It whistled. :M I replaced it with a new Marshall. It doesn't whistle. :)
Gene&Ginny 10/22/16 08:30pm Travel Trailers
RE: Microsoft email scam.

Not sure why you would have clicked on it.Exactly!!! DO NOT click on those links if you believe it is suspicious. Mouse over it and the URL should display. If you are suspicious of an email you received, Google the email in a browser for more info FIRST.X2 what RedRocket204 said. Domain Name: LPI-EASTAFRICA.ORG Registrant Name: Evans Ikua Registrant Organization: LANet Consulting Registrant Street: Kenyatta Avenue Registrant Street: P.O. Box 74206 Registrant City: Nairobi Registrant State/Province: P Registrant Postal Code: 254 Registrant Country: KE
Gene&Ginny 10/22/16 08:09pm Technology Corner
RE: Newer designed inverters

... I consider a couple of things to be the "newer" tech- the basic is simply doing the actual inversion at a very high frequency, so you can use small transformers- chop the 12 volts at 10 kHz, bump up to ~120 volts, rectify to dc, chop at 60 Hz.....Some of the power supplies for boat radios I serviced in the 1960s did that to make higher voltage for the transmitters. My boss showed me how to tune a transmitter by listening to the pitch of the 10KHz squeal.
Gene&Ginny 10/21/16 07:15pm Tech Issues
RE: Fine for dumping RV tanks in a storm drain???

What if the storm drain was one of the ones labeled "Drains to stream"Where else would a storm drain lead to? BruceIn Providence RI the storm drains and sewer are combined. In my town they are not combined since we do not have town wide sewers.
Gene&Ginny 10/20/16 08:47pm General RVing Issues
RE: Manual lift lever for an a-frame trailer

This is a link to the video the OP tried to post as an image. https://youtu.be/6UhfZdyhZWg
Gene&Ginny 10/20/16 07:40pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: update on Dw's cancer

Good to hear that. Thanks for the update.
Gene&Ginny 10/20/16 06:27pm Around the Campfire
RE: IRS is getting impatient

The IRS hasn't called in months untill today. I think I will pay them with the money from the nice guy that calls every day to say my business loan has been approved. Do I need to have a business to get that business loan. :h
Gene&Ginny 09/30/16 07:17pm Around the Campfire
RE: Quote Interpretation

Sounds like fun. I am sure we could ensure that your boss never calls on you a second time. ;) :B
Gene&Ginny 09/30/16 07:01pm Around the Campfire
RE: Super Bowl Half Time

I'd much rather watch a College/High School Matching Band preform at half time vs ANY of these so called celebrities/singers/rock bands/hip-hoppers etc. X2
Gene&Ginny 09/30/16 06:38pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dometic rm2354 fridge issues.

... I checked the propane pressure, its good. ...OOPS, I missed that in the first post. :o :h
Gene&Ginny 09/27/16 08:56pm Tech Issues
RE: Streaming Video from RV Park Wi-Fi

One park I like has excellent Wi-Fi. Email, weather reports, rv.net, all load nice and fast. They warn those streaming video will be shut off. Probably the reason they have excellent Wi-Fi.
Gene&Ginny 09/27/16 08:16pm Technology Corner
RE: Dometic rm2354 fridge issues.

Some time back I had that problem and cleaned everything. The flame "looked good". I checked the gas pressure with a home made manometer and found I had 8 inches WC pressure instead of the required 11 inches WC. Replaced regulator. Now the box never gets as high as 40 F unless DW leaves the door open.
Gene&Ginny 09/27/16 08:02pm Tech Issues

Can't watch Monday Night Football without paying a ransom fee $$$$ :M
Gene&Ginny 09/26/16 08:20pm Around the Campfire
RE: Feeling sick since first day RVing

IF it is the same person you can read a little here: http://www.wtrippe.com/ Creation Date: 19-aug-2014 Registrant Name: WILLIAM TRIPPE Registrant Organization: VERTIGO DESIGNS Registrant City: TAMPA Registrant State/Province: FL His RV https://i.imgur.com/igNHyAm.jpg width=640
Gene&Ginny 09/24/16 07:42pm Beginning RVing
RE: Winegard Woes

Do you use the reccomended silicone spray on the elevating gear and also remove the flat top plug and spray it there? This is from the manual: LUBRICATION (Done 3-4 times annually) STEP 1: To lubricate the elevating gear, apply a liberal amount of silicone spray lubricant to the elevating gear with the lift in the down position (see illustration). Run the lift up and down to distribute the lubricant over gears. STEP 2: Two times yearly, or in the event rotating the antenna becomes difficult, normal operation can be restored by lubricating the bearing surface between the rotating gear housing and the base plate. Any silicone lubricant spray may be used. Elevate antenna and remove plastic plug from rotating gear housing as shown. Spray lubricant into hole and around edges of gear housing. Rotate gear housing until lubricant coats bearing surfaces and antenna rotates freely.
Gene&Ginny 09/21/16 07:35pm Tech Issues
RE: Do you stand for the National Anthem?

... "liberty and justice for all" really needs some work in our country.How true. Our country is not perfect, we are imperfect people. I still stand and respect our flag and and the freedom we have as we work toward "liberty and justice for all"
Gene&Ginny 09/21/16 07:08pm Around the Campfire
RE: PSA-Wet Leaves

... Maybe it's a regional thing. ...Could be. I know in the Fall wet leaves on the road DO cause problems up here in the Northeast. Thanks for the reminder Crowe.
Gene&Ginny 09/20/16 08:09pm General RVing Issues
RE: Post that do not stick to subject

Only if it is not overloaded, otherwise the weight police will shoot them down.
Gene&Ginny 09/20/16 06:55pm Around the Campfire
RE: Dissolving Silicone Sealer?

To find a dristributor try this link: http://www.dowcorning.com/applications/DistributorFinder/Default.aspx?prod_id=04089120&prod_ids=MATL&country=MEX&language=E From the drop down on that page for michoacan I see this: Distribution Company Dow Corning de México S.A. de C.V. Contact Information Direct Dial: 52 55 5955-1313 Toll Free: 01 800 062 0981 DOW CORNING DE MÉXICO S.A. DE C.V. BLVD MANUEL ÁVILA CAMACHO 138 PISO2 COL. LOMAS DE CHAPULTEPEC DEL. MIGUEL HIDALGO 11000 MÉXICO, DISTRITO FEDERAL MEXICO
Gene&Ginny 09/17/16 07:25pm Tech Issues
RE: Dissolving Silicone Sealer?

No personal experience but I found this from Dow Corning. I posted a fragment from the 2 page PDF so you would not have to wait all day for the PDF to load. http://www.dowcorning.com/content/publishedlit/26-1880.pdf Remove cured silicone with Dow Corning® DS-2025 Silicone Cleaning Solvent. Many traditional solvents simply swell cured silicone; they do not actually dissolve it, making the cured silicone difficult to remove. Dow Corning DS-2025 Silicone Cleaning Solvent, on the other hand, rapidly digests and dissolves even completely cured silicone. Plus, the product can be reused multiple times, enhancing its cost-effectiveness.
Gene&Ginny 09/17/16 07:12pm Tech Issues
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