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736  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: FMCA Magazine for October 2011 on: October 09, 2011, 11:58:08 am
I am sorry that you and Stuart had a rocky start but you might want to give it another try. After all the PC is built by many different people that have all seemed to want to help the customer in any way possible. I am waiting for my second PC, which is my seventh motorhome. PC and Winnebago are the only two that I have repeated ownership with. Please don't dismiss a company because of just one bad incident.

I met Tom and Betsy shortly after I got my PC. I did not agree with all the "bad" things he pointed out to me. Some of the things where not that bad to me and some where the way things are made in most motorhomes. Everyone has the right to their opinion but when you send that much energy to slam a person or company I believe that you just like slamming people. You will notice on their web site that he slam everyone. We all can find fault with just about anything. So live and let live. Be positive.
737  Main Forum / General Discussion / FMCA Magazine for October 2011 on: October 09, 2011, 10:26:25 am
Yesterday I received by copy of the FMCA magazine and there are two things that I noticed right away.

1. The Phoenix ad has a QR code in the print. My concern is that only those  that have a smart phone will know about this wonderful offer. If it is test to see how many people will scan the code, that is one thing. thinking

2. Something all of us that have dealt with Stuart already know is written up in the "Readers forum" under "A caring manufacturer".  It is nice to see him get recognized in such a nice way. Salesman don't get this kind of praise very often, but he definitely deserves it. ThumbsUp

I just found a third thing. On page 61 the ad for the Tripmaker RVND has a new kind of bar code that it say to scan with a smartphone. None of my scan apps will scan it. Does anyone know what scanner app I need?
738  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Forum Tech Issues on: October 07, 2011, 01:15:47 pm
Aimee, I don't have a problem but I was wondering if you could include the "Helpfull" rating on the members screen? Some of the other columns don't seem to be used very much and might be a way to make room for a new column. It would be interesting to see who the other members feel have be helpfull.
739  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Forum Tech Issues on: October 06, 2011, 07:00:26 pm
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740  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Invisible Jumpy Lines on: October 06, 2011, 05:18:20 pm
When I first downloaded and installed IE9 I did not like it. An old guy set in his ways. I had not deleted IE8. So I went into the control panel and uninstall a program and found IE9. I uninstalled IE9 and restarted my computer. It came up with IE8. I can NOT say for sure that this would happen to you also.

 

Maybe we can get some of the others with IE8 and IE9 to try and create the problem. I just did the alphabet one letter at a time followed by the enter key.
If they report on here we might be able to tell if IE9 is the fix or not. Any way it might help Aimee to find the problem.
741  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Invisible Jumpy Lines on: October 06, 2011, 03:18:44 pm
Aimee, This used to happen to me also until you went to the new server, which is about time I upgraded to IE9. I am not sure which cured the problem but I can not make it happen anymore. Ron are you using IE and if so which version?
742  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Auto drain valves on: October 04, 2011, 05:43:58 pm
On my 2350 PC the black tank is in the middle of the coach and there is 15" between the gray handle and the black handle. Also the gray water tank is between where I stand to push the buttons and the black tank handle. I do not, I repeat, I do not hear the black water valve when I open or close the valve. Maybe things are a little different on the older models, like Ron has.
743  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Auto drain valves on: October 04, 2011, 07:08:30 am
George, the black water tank is in the middle of the PC back by the rear bumper. It is just far enough away that you might not hear it working. You can lay by the side, push the button and see the handle moving. If it is opening, it is doing what it should. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
744  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: October 02, 2011, 09:28:42 am
Welcome Butch.

I hope you are not picking up my new 2552. Grin I guess I better call on Monday and see when mine will be ready. You sure made a great choice of motorhome and model. I would have bought the 2552 the first time if it had been available, but it wasn't.

Ron is correct on spending one night locally. exactly!  I would suggest the Elkhart Campground. It is just a couple of miles away from the factory and a couple of miles from a Lowes, Walmart and an Manards hardware. All good places to stop and get towel bars, T/P holder, etc, so the factory can install them while you are picking up the PC. They are on the way from the airport to the factory. We spent on night when we picked up our first PC and tested everything we could. All the lights, water, air conditioning (both house and Fords dash), heaters (dash, LPG and electric), doors and drawers, plugs (have a small plug in test light with you) and vents. Some of these things you can test during the walk through but doing them again at a campsite helps. We found one small thing, the passengers side door molding over the outside mirror was broken. We stopped at the factory and Bobby replaced it in about two minutes. He also answered a couple of question I came up with while camping in the PC.

Anyway I hope you enjoy your new PC and the trip home. What color and options did you get?

Stay on the forum and let us know what you thing and mods you make to make it your own.
745  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Leveling jacks on: October 01, 2011, 07:12:28 pm
I have had them on every motorhome I have owned and would never be without them. Some time I don't use them. Some time I level with them. Some times I steady with them. I can do all this because I have them. If I didn't have them then I would be out of luck.
I have heard that there are three level sites in the mid-altantic area but I have only found two of them. Grin
746  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: T/P on: October 01, 2011, 07:08:00 pm
I don't know what is the best, but I do know what is the worst. "John Wayne toilet paper". It is rought and tought and don't take s..t off nobody. rolling on the floor LOL Cry Grin
747  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Leveling jacks on: September 29, 2011, 05:06:59 pm
Been there, done that. The rear end was really low and I was raising it when the rear wheels lifted off the ground and the motorhome rolled back about two feet. The jacks folded forward and when the wheels hit the ground the parking brake stopped it from rolling any more. No harm to the jacks. I retracted the jacks and everything was ok. Now I am a lot more carefull about how high the rear is being lifted. It did scare me at the time, but a good drink fixed that also.  Grin
748  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Leveling jacks on: September 27, 2011, 05:15:18 pm
Go ahead and lower the jacks. They are self lubricating, so you should lower and raise them a few times. Then you should be aok.
749  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: New first-time PC owner on: September 24, 2011, 07:25:25 pm
On the model page for the 2012 2350, the pictures show the Euro recliner chair. I think this is the new standard chair, replacing the old barrel chair. You might want to call Stuart on Monday and ask him to be sure.
750  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Introduce Yourself! on: September 23, 2011, 04:50:51 pm
 Welcome Welcome Welcome George and Jude.
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