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541  Main Forum / Links and Contacts / Re: Product Contacts on: April 28, 2012, 04:06:46 pm
Bill/Diane

Thanks for the info.

Website and 800 number updated.

Barry
542  Main Forum / Around the Campfire / Recipe Inspirations on: April 28, 2012, 08:57:09 am
Here's any easy way to make some great tasting meals. 
When we were in FL this winter the Winn Dixie had these http://www.mccormick.com/Products/Recipe-Inspirations.aspx on sale for $1.00 a package.

I tried about 6 of these premeasured spices and recipe card.  They are all very good but the Chicken Marsala is the best I've tasted.  If you are only cooking for two then you can just use half of the spices and save the rest for another time.

The best part is you now have the recipe and can make up your only little spice packs from your supply of spices at home.

Sue
543  Main Forum / Around the Campfire / Re: 10 Easy Breakfast Camping Recipes on: April 28, 2012, 08:45:55 am
Thanks aimee - very helpful - The blueberry pancakes sound great!
544  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Solar charger for house batteries during storage ... on: April 24, 2012, 11:22:17 am
Things change,  our 2008 2350 the LP and CO detectors were powered off the coach batteries.

Barry
545  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Night Table Mod on: April 24, 2012, 11:18:04 am
Very nice and great idea on the shelf above the headboard.  Your clock looks nicely mounted as well.  We too like to glance at the clock at night that is why the one we have on the night table has a ceiling projection.  Don't even need to lift the head to look at it (too much effort when you're on vacation) lol.  
546  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Beautiful 2551 on: April 23, 2012, 05:05:41 pm
Congratulations - Nothing like a new PC.
547  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: A/C leaking inside on: April 22, 2012, 04:46:17 pm
Roni

Glad it was nothing major.  Enjoy your time at Disney.

Barry
548  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Night Table Mod on: April 22, 2012, 03:36:50 pm
We completed the night table mod for our 2551.  I wanted somewhere to place the clock, glasses or kleenix and we finally came up with an idea.  We extended the electrical to the head of the bed and were able to keep the cord for both the extension and clock inside, under the bed.  We trimmed the night table just like Phoenix trims the bottom of the shirt closets.  The night table is small enough that it doesn't interfer with the walkway in the least but yet should be large enough to be functional.  We did not put any holes on the outside of the bed frame so that it could be removed without any marks.

Login to see pic and click on it to enlarge it.

Sue
549  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Washington DC on: April 22, 2012, 09:49:06 am
Thanks for all the advice on our DC trip.  We've made reservations at Cherry Hill for a week and will be using public transportation.  The campground lets you check in at 8:00 AM so that will gives us another day to site see.  I think the first night we will do the night tour with greyline.
550  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Literature Storage on: April 22, 2012, 09:45:35 am
Ron,

   That is why it is great to share these ideas because what works for one may not work for another and without a slide you have that additional overhead storage.

Sue
551  Main Forum / Around the Campfire / Re: Recipes on: April 21, 2012, 09:33:24 pm
Sounds like me Marilyn.  In FL this winter a bunch of us sat around looking at each others cookbooks.  I only had my crockpot book with me but now that they are on the CD I will not even carry that.

Sue
552  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: A/C leaking inside on: April 21, 2012, 09:30:40 pm
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Our vents do move side to side and we can close them off both front and back.  They do not move up and down.

Roni,

Ours might be slightly different then yours.  The whole vent itself can be moved up or down.  The small louvers do not move up and down but only side to side but then the whole vent itself can be pushed up or pushed down and it directs the air flow up or down.  I actually have to place my fingers in between the louvers and push on the edge of the vent to get it to move.  But we have a heat strip and not the heat pump so they could be built differently.

Again enjoy your vacation and hopefully it is something really minor.

Barry
553  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: A/C leaking inside on: April 21, 2012, 09:15:14 pm
Roni

I understand if you don't feel comfortable.

Good luck.

Barry
554  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: A/C leaking inside on: April 21, 2012, 08:52:43 pm
Roni,

A few other things to check:

At the thermostat the fan setting should be on AUTO, otherwise the fan runs all the time and contributes to icing of the coils.  If the room temperature is greater than 5 degrees of the set temperature, the fan will run on high again contributing to the icing of the coil.  For example, if room temp is 78 degrees and the set temp is 72 degrees the fan will run on high regardless of what you have the fan setting.

You might need to check for loose mounting bolts.  You can do this from the inside of the RV by removing the inside plastic shroud and look for the large bolts.  The purpose of these is to hold the roof and inside sections together by squeezing them against a gasket on the roof.  If they are loose then water could come from the outside.  They should be snug but not over tightened.  You want to squeeze the gasket but not actually squash it.

If that doesnt work then you will have to get on the roof to make sure the pan that collects the condensation is able to drain.  There are actually drain holes in this pan and if they get clogged the water will overflow into the coach.  You have to remove the shroud that covers the A/C.  The pan is beneath the evaporator coils.

Hope this helps.

Barry

555  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: A/C leaking inside on: April 21, 2012, 08:30:23 pm
Roni,

Check your vents again.  If you push down on them they will change position and force the air to the floor.  You can also push up on them and they will force the air towards the ceiling.  You can also push side to side on them and actually close them off.  The vents do not move as easily as the furnace vents but just with a little force they will adjust in different directions.

Barry
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