Originally Posted by PaulandMonica
It amazes me how few so called experts on this forum don't know that.
Normally, I don't comment on posts like this one, but here goes.
Please everyone try to remember that we are campers JUST LIKE YOU.
If the original poster asks a question we try to help from our cumulative experience and knowledge. Some have more of that than others. If you have knowledge or experience about a topic being asked then post it. If not, read the responses and maybe learn something new.
If something is posted and is in your opinion, flat out wrong; feel free to post an alternative solution with links to the source material that backs up YOUR opinion. The links are critical in allowing the original poster to decide "who is right" or which course of action they should follow.
If you are the Original Poster (OP), the person who started the thread, then the Latin Phrase "Caveat Lector" comes to mind. "Let the reader beware." Misinformation and flat out lies abound on the Internet. It is wide open and free for anyone to post whatever drivel they please. We try to limit this by asking for links to source material when ever possible.
I can not tell you how many times I have been into something I thought I had a handle on; yet when researching the actual links to publish with my post found out I was either "off base" or I remembered wrong.
Unless you work in that field, not many here are "experts" (though some of us play them on the Internet); just campers who have been there; done that; and want to help.
Please don't take this as a "spank"; we sometimes forget who is replying to our posts. This is NOT the Chevy Forum, or the Ford Forum, etc.