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Old 08-08-2014, 05:42 PM   #1
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Arrgh! My Turn!

So, my DW has been in the hospital, and now in re-hab from a myasthenic crisis, and I've been spending most of my time running back and forth, making sure that she has what she needs to recover.

Anyhoo, the MoHo has had secondary attention for a while.

She was comfortable this morning, so I told her I wouldn't be back this evening, so I could get some more chores done, one of which was to run the genny, engine, and run the slides in.

When I tried the slides, they wouldn't move, so I popped up the steps and hit the red button(duh!).

Remember, that I'm in something of a fog, lately, because half of me ain't here.

Soooo...I remembered that the slides wouldn't work as long as the engine was running. Turned it off, and still no slides!

Bottom line: when you push the red button, you open the 100-A breaker.

I knew this, but the fog got to me today.

I hope someone can learn something from this Darwin (almost) moment!
2005 Georgetown 342DS XL, Full Banks Package
2005 Liberty Renegade 4X Toad
1989 Wrangler Sahara Toad
1984 19.5' Beachcraft i/o 5.o liter, 4-bbl (and you thought your Moho sucked gas!)
D/W Carole and Maggie the Teacup Lab (Black Chihuahua)
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