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Old 06-01-2012, 12:21 PM   #11
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We had a small leak from the hot water heater plug. We asked at the office for a ratchet (forgot that) and they sent us a truck an a man with a tool box. He had it fixed in a jiffy
last year our TT was new and came winterized so I had to put the anode/plug in...I played with it for over 1/2 hour.
I also learned that you MUST have a grounded cord if you plug in TT..or when you play with the water heater you'll get 'tingled' now and again. Of course it was the next day when I actually put that together...
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If you have a problem with the door hitting the awning arm,we just took a noodle you would use in the pool and cut it to slip over the awning arm so the door couldn't beat it up.
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:04 PM   #14
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If you have a problem with the door hitting the awning arm,we just took a noodle you would use in the pool and cut it to slip over the awning arm so the door couldn't beat it up.
Thanks for the great tip
The door does not hit the awning arm but I am
Sure this noodle tip can come in handy at some point
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