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 on: December 07, 2014, 09:53:40 am 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by Pax
I had a bit of a struggle with this myself when I was installing tire pressure sensors.  It took a few attempts, but I found that I had the best success by trying to keep the wheel cover as parallel to the wheel as possible.  I put my hands at the ten o'clock and two o'clock positions and my knees at the 4 o'clock and 8 o'clock positions and applied pressure a bit at a time without allowing any one position to get too far ahead of the others.  Once the wheel cover is halfway in it became much easier to use the heel of my palm to tap in each position.  If this hadn't worked I would have thoroughly cleaned the rim and wheel cover and applied some lubricant to the tabs on the wheel cover.  I'm guessing that if they are abnormally tight there might be a problem with the wheel, or the tabs need to be bent a slight amount.

   - Mike

 on: December 07, 2014, 09:47:53 am 
Started by Janey - Last post by Janey
Duh- and a bit embarrassing. We spent a lot of time locking unlocking, checking batteries, cleaning the contacts for the steps. Do I feel silly or what! 

 on: December 07, 2014, 08:22:32 am 
Started by aimee - Last post by TomHanlon
Thanks fro the welcome Tom.  We live in Frederick MD.


Oops, I thought you lived east of Baltimore but I was wrong again.

We live in Glenwood, just of half way from Frederick to Baltimore. We do a lot of our shopping and have many friends that live in Frederick. My wife and I are both retired and have lots of free time if you want to get together some time.

 on: December 07, 2014, 08:12:01 am 
Started by aimee - Last post by ron.dittmer
Welcome David and Sharon from me too.
I suggest you spend some time in the Tips and Tricks section.  You may find the older posts  especially interesting as  they are zoomed in on the  earlier model years.

 on: December 07, 2014, 07:33:32 am 
Started by Janey - Last post by TomHanlon
Interesting very interesting.

Now you have a story to tell and laugh about around the campfire.


 on: December 07, 2014, 12:55:04 am 
Started by Bruce and Sharon - Last post by Bruce and Sharon
I had to remove one of the metal front wheel covers on our rig and then could not get it back on the wheel.  I've been using a rubber mallet to gently tap (and some not so gentle taps) on the cover at about two inches from the outer rim of the cover.  I can get the small metal retention spikes to hold the cover in place for about half of it, but as I continue taping around the cover the whole things pops out of place.  I've tried taping on the very outer rim, but that doesn't seem to help.
Does anyone have a suggestion on how to get the cover back on the wheel?

 on: December 06, 2014, 09:19:22 pm 
Started by Janey - Last post by Janey
Well, an email to earl solved the problem. It doesn't lock the house door off the keyless entry. It must be hand locked with the key.  Oops.  We have had our moho since august and never locked that dang door.  Our rialta locked all doors with the main key thing  - just a touch and all doors were locked.   Good thing we live in an honest neighborhood.  Scary.

 on: December 06, 2014, 07:58:38 pm 
Started by Janey - Last post by bobander
Hi Janey,

Sorry that you are not getting lots of help as is usually what happens.  I didn't even know that a keyless entry house door was available, probably not many out there.  I hate to state the obvious, but a call to Kermit may be the solution.

Sorry I can't be of more help. Bob

 on: December 06, 2014, 07:03:48 pm 
Started by aimee - Last post by Carol
Welcome David and Sharon, and congrats on your new (to you) motor home.  I hope you have many splendid years of enjoyment with it!

 on: December 06, 2014, 04:44:06 pm 
Started by Janey - Last post by Janey
Yes, yes, and yes.

I wonder if it's in the synchronization of the frog cab & house door.

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