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571  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Magnetic Mount Paper Towel holder on: January 07, 2012, 09:18:15 am
Appreciate all your concerns about a possible fire hazard--the paper towel holder is actually set against the back wall and not over the stove top.  I placed a command hook on the small space behind the microwave (Judi-I did this after you left) that actually keeps the towel holder snug to the back wall.  It actually lines up with the valance over the sink.  That is how far back it is set.  I'll post pictures when I get a chance.  

I also can easily remove the paper towel when cooking if I so desire, but the height and distance from the stove top is virtually the same as if I had mounted it over the sink top or left it free standing on the counter.

I used this same design on the 2350 and never had a problem.  The design of the microwave in the newer units is much higher than in the older units.  I think each person must assess what is right for their own unit depending upon model year and design.

Sue
572  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Magnetic Mount Paper Towel holder on: January 06, 2012, 09:09:23 am
Here is the link to the magnetic mount paper towel holder that I use:  http://www.organizeit.com/magnetic-mount-paper-towel-holder.asp?cmpid=SLI

It mounts to the underside of the microwave.  It works great and can be positioned anywhere underneath the microwave.


Sue
573  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: 2552 on: January 06, 2012, 09:04:55 am
As far as the TV - consider mounting the TV yourself.  We are currently camping in our 2551 and using our self mounted TV for the first time.  It is on a swivel mount as pictured in the following post:
http://www.phoenixusarv.com/community/index.php/topic,713.0.html

It is absolutely wonderful.  It is a Visio TV and since the speakers are in the front of the TV they are plenty loud even with the Air, Heat strip, or Furnance running.  The TV swivels out and around and you can view it from any angle.  We have the couch and not the dinette.  There is no neck strain at all.  We used to have a 2350 with a flat mounted TV and made sure that we mounted this one on a swivel because we were not happy with the flat mount.

As far as the table - We use the table provided by Phoenix with the spider legs.  It too is a great design.  It is very easy to set up and store.  

Sue
574  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Re: Rally at W P Franklin COE Park in Florida on: January 04, 2012, 08:11:37 am
Trudy,

George & Judi and Syd & Margo are only here for a couple of days and we will be leaving 1/14.  We won't be back to this area until 2/5 and then we will be in Fort Myers Beach 3/1 til 3/22.

Sue

575  Main Forum / Adventure Anywhere / Rally at W P Franklin COE Park in Florida on: January 03, 2012, 04:35:54 pm
We are now officially declaring that we have a rally happening in Florida.  Judi & George, Syd & Margo, and Barry & Sue are camping at W P Franklin in Florida.  It's great to meet folks that are on this forum.  Judi has her camera out so hopefully she'll post pictures.  Cheers
576  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: TV is road tested and road worthy on: December 30, 2011, 10:02:31 am
Richard and Jackie

Did you ever think of getting a swivel mount and mounting it sideways, i.e. instead of it swiveling it would lower and raise.  Look at something like this  http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=108&cp_id=10828&cs_id=1082802&p_id=8097&seq=1&format=2

Go to one of the discount stores and take one of their mounts and play with positioning it and see if it will work.  When mounts first came out they were very expensive so we found an under the cabinet mount on clearance and mounted it sideways and it is still being used as a swivel mount today.  Works great as a swivel even though it was meant as an under the cabinet mount.

Sue
577  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Re: Picture Hanging on: December 29, 2011, 12:20:29 pm
Ron,

I too hung them in the shower.  I used one (5 pounder) for a shower caddy.  The caddy also has suction cups so I get double duty.  I hung two other smaller hooks to hang wet coats or clothes on if we get caught in the rain.  I think they are great.

Sue
578  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / TV is road tested and road worthy on: December 29, 2011, 12:17:11 pm
Put 1200+ miles on the new motorhome and had a chance to test the Visio TV on the swivel mount.  There was no flexing or any movement of the TV no matter what the road conditions were.  The small shelf that the TV sits on worked perfectly in keeping the TV stable for travel and tight against the wall so there was no flexing.  We had forgotten about the TV for about 500 miles when the DW said WOW the TV doesn't make a sound.  We are very pleased with our mount.

Another benefit is that the TV can be swiveled so that it can be seen from either bed in the 2551.  Bonus--we don't have to install a small TV in the bedroom area.

Barry
579  Main Forum / Tips and Tricks / Picture Hanging on: December 29, 2011, 12:08:47 pm
Finally got to use the new motorhome.  It's WONDERFUL.  I hung up pictures and a weather station using the 3M Picture and Frame Hangers http://www.command.com/wps/portal/3M/en_US/NACommand/Command/Products/Product-Catalog/?PC_7_RJH9U523080QE0IIHEICN90GC1000000_nid=86QH3CT1CLbeF0GFSQ26BSgl

They worked great the whole trip down and I can now say they are very road worthy.  Bumpy roads and all and nothing moved.  Cheer

Sue
580  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: December 21, 2011, 09:14:17 am
Vern and Kay

Welcome to the Forum, it is a great source of information.  I'm sure you will enjoy your new PC.

We will also be at the W. P. Franklin Corps of Engineers campground at the same time in site 11.

Barry and Sue


581  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Awning question on: December 19, 2011, 04:42:51 pm
Trudy,

    I would be cautious (IMO) about using WD40.  WD40 does not contain any silicone and is a short term lubricant.  According to the Fiamma website their suggested maintenance is as follows:

"We recommend lubricating the spring loaded lateral arms at the elbows and at both ends every six months with a spray lubricant. Use silicone or a similar product to keep the awning running smooth and free. Also, we recommend lubricating the swivel joints at the top of the legs."

Sue

582  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Awning question on: December 18, 2011, 06:44:17 pm
Trudy,

    Did you look on the Fiamma website?  They have some great videos that show some troubleshooting hints.  Here is the link http://www.fiammausa.com/service/advicesVideo.asp?IDVideo=11#topVideo.  Maybe if you check them out, get an idea of what they are talking about and then call them you can get yours adjusted.

Sue
583  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Awning question on: December 18, 2011, 06:02:33 pm
Trudy

Sounds like a prolem best addressed by customer support.

Barry
584  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: LED replacement lights on: December 11, 2011, 12:21:08 pm
Tom

This might be what your looking for.

http://www.shortsrvdiscountparts.com/shortsrv/details.php?ITEM=3410504&ProdClass=Lights

Here is a link to number of other bulbs with BA15S base

http://www.thefind.com/search?query=ba15s+led#page=3&local=0
585  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: LED replacement lights on: December 11, 2011, 10:30:07 am
Tom

Here is definition of a 1139IF Bulb.

#1139IF BA15S BASE - 12.8 Volt 1.04 Amp, RP-11 Single Contact (SC) Bayonet (Ba15S) Base, C-6 Filament Design.  2.25" Maximum Overall Length.

Try this link to match up a led bulb

http://www.hotbot.com/search/web?q=ba15s+base+led

Barry
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