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391  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Cruise control on: May 25, 2013, 12:38:40 pm
I was going to suggest Barry and Sue post it on their handy contact list, BUT, it is already on there. If you are need to call customer service for just about anything installed on your PC, Barry and Sue have them on their list - find it here: "Main Forum"; "Links and Contacts"; posting called "Product Contacts". If you get a new number, send it to them and they will add it to their list.

Kermit did tell us that the Ford RV number was in our packet... and it well might be. We are still organizing all those papers. Barry and Sue's list is so much quicker.
392  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Things We Have Added to Our 2350 - Bathroom Part 2 on: May 24, 2013, 02:59:39 pm
Ron, you might want to check out the new Command products shower caddy. We bought it but have not installed it yet so I can give no actual useful recommendation EXCEPT that the command strips attach a flat bracket onto the shower wall and the caddy lifts on and off the bracket. So your wife has her stuff, and with a quick lift, you have a (mostly) clear shower wall. The Command website even has a nifty video where the thing looks HUGE. We decided against it based on the video then ran into it at Target and decided it wasn't as big as it looked on the video and it should work for us.  I know our shower in the 2552 is larger than the 2350 so it might still be too big for you.
393  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Cruise control on: May 22, 2013, 09:24:51 pm
We also picked up our new PC the first week of May and are working to resolve a Ford warranty issue. I suggest you call the Ford RV Assistance center at 1-800-444-3311. They will help you find and get in touch with a Ford dealer near you that can handle your problem. John spoke with them today and they were very helpful. Good luck!
394  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Aime's Matchmaking Service on: May 20, 2013, 03:28:02 pm
Please add Holly and John for Frederick, MD (can't help with the Florida request). We go on the road for a year starting August 30th and if you have something set up by then, we'll keep you posted with our general whereabouts in case we are passing near someone in need of a tour with no local PCs near by.
395  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Euro Chair - sliding assistance needed on: May 18, 2013, 09:33:14 pm
We checked the chair today in daylight. The base IS black plastic and not metal. So no pieces missing. Next step, buy the magic tape and make her slide.
396  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Euro Chair - sliding assistance needed on: May 18, 2013, 06:01:35 am
Tom, you're saying you have plastic that touches the floor? Ours is bare black metal. We rolled it on its back to measure for padding. We'll double check today but it sounds like we are missing a piece. That would explain the difficulty sliding it. We were surprised it was so hard to move. We didn't remember yours scraping like ours does. Oh well, another great excuse to visit our new baby.
397  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Euro Chair - sliding assistance needed on: May 17, 2013, 06:03:03 am
I don't think ours has plastic at the bottom. We only flipped it once to look at what was scraping but I think it is a ring of wood with bare metal on the bottom. The bare metal ring is what scrapes across the floor. I'll have to look a little closer this weekend.

398  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Euro Chair - sliding assistance needed on: May 16, 2013, 10:17:14 pm
There are other recliners with that flip out footrest but I don't think they put rollers on them - probably something about that "object in motion tends to stay in motion" theory -- sit down with your beer, kick that baby into recline, and AWAY YOU GO... could be great entertainment for the spouse... Maybe John's chair WOULD benefit from wheels.
399  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: tank sensors, Can the new electonic sensors be installed on older models on: May 16, 2013, 05:52:33 am
Our new PC came with built in tank sprayers for both tanks. We haven't checked them out yet but it looks like you hook a hose up to the inlet located near the macerator controls then turn them on and they spray inside the tanks. Is this a new addition or is it on the older PC's? If it is on the older ones, does it help and how often do you use them to hose down the inside of your tanks?

The macerator instructions also tell us to dump the black then close the valve; Open the grey, let the water flow into the black and equalize the tanks; close the grey and dump the black again. Open the grey, let the water equalize; close the grey and dump the black yet again; finally, you dump the grey and it rinses your hose. It says this gets the soapy water from the grey into the black to coat the tank. It takes a while this way but John and I thought it was so cool the first time we dumped. Sure beats the stinky slinky that wouldn't hook up right on the rental rig.   
400  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Euro Chair - sliding assistance needed on: May 13, 2013, 10:35:14 pm
Billy, not exactly. Amazon has 12x12 sheets but it is thicker. I found description of something called "slick strips" at that comes as a tape product but not sure if it is the same material. Amazon carries slick strips in rolls. I have to check some things but tape and slide sure sounds like the way to go.
401  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Euro Chair - sliding assistance needed on: May 13, 2013, 08:16:12 pm
 Thank you, I will track it down.
402  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Euro Chair - sliding assistance needed on: May 13, 2013, 07:44:44 pm
Where did you buy the Delrin, how did you attach it and how many and how long are the strips? We figure you have to have enough strips to keep it stable. From what I found on the web, it sounds like Delrin is almost industrial strength Teflon - smooth and slick.
403  Main Forum / General Discussion / Euro Chair - sliding assistance needed on: May 13, 2013, 02:58:28 pm
Has anyone put felt pads or something else on the bottom of the euro chair? Ours is very difficult to move and the bare metal base makes a scraping noise that tells me it isn't good for the chair or the vinyl floor. I'm looking at little round stick on felt pads - possibly stuck on with a bit of gorilla glue to assist the adhesive they already have on there.

I know the pads will make it more likely that the chair will wander while driving if we forget to clamp it down but we figure one sliding chair incident should reinforce our memory for future trips. John likes having the chair dead center in front of the TV so we'll be dragging it out and back a lot. (He's such a happy man in his new castle with his new throne - the euro chair, not that other one in the back of the coach.)
404  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Awning Recall on: May 13, 2013, 11:34:32 am
We are sincerely hoping we aren't in the recall but timing is right for us to be one of the unlucky ones. We are waiting for the wind to die down enough to open the awning and find the numbers. We drove up to her nap spot this weekend but the gusts were wicked and we figured it would be best to wait. We rented a storage space with about 4' between rigs on either side. We REALLY hope our awning doesn't open up and smack the guy next door. Besides the cost, we'd probably get evicted.
405  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Service Manuals and Troubleshooting Guides on: May 13, 2013, 11:27:50 am
 ThumbsUp Awesome! Thank you - now that we know the secrets, nothing will ever break right? (That's how it SHOULD work). As soon as I figure out how to do it, I'm giving you a helpful.

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