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Old 07-15-2016, 04:30 PM   #21
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You are right, you'll be corrected if your wrong (or at least enlightened to where you are). But I love it when met with hostility because apparently a Suburban 3 burner stove is different when it is in a toy hauler instead of the TT... Or your two way fridge is different then my 2 way fridge, even when they are the SAME model appliance.. FACE PALM!
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Old 07-15-2016, 04:30 PM   #22
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When I open a thread, it doesn't always (rarely, in fact) take me to the top of the page where the specific sub-forum is located. And I'm probably as lazy as the next guy and just start reading; I don't scroll up to the top, I only scroll up to the last post I've read previously. On my phone, the sub-forum isn't even provided (as near as I can tell), so there's no way to know when on my phone.

One potential improvement would be for "the forum" to somehow encourage new members to provide their TT/TV info in their signatures. This is what I always look at, but it's often missing. Now, that may not stop me from providing a certain piece of advice, because, for example, never having owned an A-frame, I wouldn't necessarily know what kind of fridge they have, or that they don't have motorized awnings. But that still isn't necessarily bad. While the advice may end up not applying to them, they will learn something from it.

And always remember the old adage: Free advice is worth the price!!
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Old 07-15-2016, 04:31 PM   #23
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I just go unread on mobile.

Usually don't even look at the sub forum.


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That is exactly how I do it on my phone.. I've just learned to stop posting anymore.
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Old 07-15-2016, 04:33 PM   #24
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When I open a thread, it doesn't always (rarely, in fact) take me to the top of the page where the specific sub-forum is located. And I'm probably as lazy as the next guy and just start reading; I don't scroll up to the top, I only scroll up to the last post I've read previously. On my phone, the sub-forum isn't even provided (as near as I can tell), so there's no way to know when on my phone.

One potential improvement would be for "the forum" to somehow encourage new members to provide their TT/TV info in their signatures. This is what I always look at, but it's often missing. Now, that may not stop me from providing a certain piece of advice, because, for example, never having owned an A-frame, I wouldn't necessarily know what kind of fridge they have, or that they don't have motorized awnings. But that still isn't necessarily bad. While the advice may end up not applying to them, they will learn something from it.

And always remember the old adage: Free advice is worth the price!!

Sig does not show up on my phone, best I can tell... I just need a sub forum block button... If I do not see it I cannot intrude!
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That is exactly how I do it on my phone.. I've just learned to stop posting anymore.

Yup. Unless it's about diesel vs gas... Or a 1/2 ton thread.. That's really all that gets posted.

Maybe time for irv2?

Or maybe it's just because I've been out on too many people's ignore list...??😜


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Old 07-15-2016, 04:53 PM   #27
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They've even lost their humor.. People taking themselves to seriously.

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