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Old 08-09-2016, 05:09 PM   #21
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I found some 'command strip' small plastic clothes pins. I am using them to hang some decor. Easy to put up and take down. I have also decided that I am going to take down the long upholstery strips that are attached with sticky Velcro that doesn't stick and make something much more fun to hang there and hide the joint/hinge for the roof, probably paint fabric like this photo but include an A-frame! One for each side
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Old 08-12-2016, 02:01 PM   #22
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I love using the Cuisinart Oven Central (its a six in one appliance) when I know I will have electrical power. It's an amazing versatile appliance that takes up little room and performs like a champ. It comes with several accessory pans. It fries, bakes, grills, toasts, sautes and warms various foods.

Many many A-Framers have purchased this appliance since I shared in other groups and some have even purchased a second one for their home.

Beside the coffeemaker or tea kettle, in my opinion, this appliance is a "must have" for any A-Frame or pop up owner where space is limited.
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Old 08-12-2016, 02:11 PM   #23
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Adding the air pot for coffee was a grand idea for my camper needs! It keeps coffee hot for a good 8 hrs. I brew a fee pots and pour it in. Set it outside for easy access by ourselves and any visitors who might stop by.
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I love using the Cuisinart Oven Central (its a six in one appliance) when I know I will have electrical power. It's an amazing versatile appliance that takes up little room and performs like a champ. It comes with several accessory pans. It fries, bakes, grills, toasts, sautes and warms various foods.
Looks nifty. Went to Amazon, and read some reviews. Several reported the right knob "melting" and falling off. This was from a few years ago. Have you experienced any issues with this?
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Just found this on Amazon, gets a LOT of good reviews, and one of the "questions" asked is answered by an A-Frame owner who says it works perfectly:

https://www.amazon.com/BAL-28050-Lig.../dp/B000BH5MAA

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Old 08-12-2016, 05:42 PM   #26
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Asbrand - I have had no problem with the control knob melting. I've had the little oven for a couple years.

As for the BAL leveler, it's an awesome purchase for the A-Frame owner. Makes solo leveling a breeze.
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Old 09-05-2016, 04:19 PM   #27
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I'm diggin' this awning / visor. The YouTube video shows a pretty easy installation process.
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Yep.. I like the visor too.. kinda pricey, though.
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The awning looks nifty. But, when you can buy nearly 4 of the freestanding popup shades for the same price? Yeah...not so much.
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Nice little awning to take sun off the big window and afford a bit of rain protection. I do agree however that it is more than a bit overpriced at $290. Half that would be much more of a draw. In their defense, I do believe that they can custom match colors to your unit so there is that. I know that this company only makes very high quality items as well. It also appears to be a very easy install and set up for 1 person.
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