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Old 05-06-2014, 07:33 AM   #41
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Well I have a gremlin some where. I brought it to the RV dealer Friday afternoon. I hooked it up and 30 minutes later I had hot water. and no need to keep camper there, if it fi broke you cant fix it. I get home and tested it over the weekend and it is now working.
Glad its fixed. It is possible the bellows/bimetalic in the high limit switch was partially crushed and needed to open and close a few times to even itself out. Hopefully the "Lockheed Fix" (a condition where the plane just "fixes itself") will not reappear.
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Hopefully the "Lockheed Fix" (a condition where the plane just "fixes itself") will not reappear.
As somebody who used to fly everywhere for his job (and will again once this nice home based assignment is complete), statements like that don't exactly give me a warm, comfy feeling.
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Old 05-06-2014, 09:21 AM   #43
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As somebody who used to fly everywhere for his job (and will again once this nice home based assignment is complete), statements like that don't exactly give me a warm, comfy feeling.
Just remember the guy or gal who graduated from pilot training last in the class is still called "Captain."
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Old 05-06-2014, 09:32 AM   #44
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Glad its fixed. It is possible the bellows/bimetalic in the high limit switch was partially crushed and needed to open and close a few times to even itself out. Hopefully the "Lockheed Fix" (a condition where the plane just "fixes itself") will not reappear.
I will take a Lockheed, even a Northrop Grumman fix any day! I hope it worked it self out and will not give me any more trouble.
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As somebody who used to fly everywhere for his job (and will again once this nice home based assignment is complete), statements like that don't exactly give me a warm, comfy feeling.
When I worked in aircraft maintenance, the sign-off when we could not duplicate the problem would read, "Removed and replaced copilot, checks good."

As for the quote about the pilot who finishes last in flight school, my favorite quote was, "Do you really want to fly with a pilot who doesn't believe he's the best in the world?"
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