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Old 07-22-2016, 04:14 PM   #1
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Misc. things found in my drawer?

After sifting through all the stuff in the top drawer of my new coach, I'm left with these unknown items. Anyone know what they're for?
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Old 07-22-2016, 04:19 PM   #2
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The two blue items are clips that go into the fridge and freezer door latches to hold the door open during storage to allow air in.
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?? aftermarket radio items... strap for back support and wiring connector??
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I had about the same set. Fridge clips became apparent when I read manuals, still don't know what the little sticky square is for.
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Old 07-23-2016, 05:58 AM   #5
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That's all they left you? I have several stereo mounting pieces and parts, couple of spare bezels and don't forget all the "free" screws you will find in strange places when you start pulling off covers. (save them!)

There should also be a web lanyard for the awning too.

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As you add items to your rig, and clean/prep/load it, you'll find the builders have left you a whole bunch of gifts, presents, and suprises.
Your sure to find sawdust, styrofoam bits n pieces, pieces of wire and wire insulation, carpet pieces, staples, nails and the ever present screws.
Possibly round pieces of wood panel from hole cutters.
And if your real lucky, sometimes the builders will leave you a tool or two.
All these little gifts are the employees/builders way of saying "thanks for buying our product"
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As you add items to your rig, and clean/prep/load it, you'll find the builders have left you a whole bunch of gifts, presents, and suprises.
Your sure to find sawdust, styrofoam bits n pieces, pieces of wire and wire insulation, carpet pieces, staples, nails and the ever present screws.
Possibly round pieces of wood panel from hole cutters.
And if your real lucky, sometimes the builders will leave you a tool or two.
All these little gifts are the employees/builders way of saying "thanks for buying our product"
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Funny thing is... it has been going for years! You should have seen the collection of stuff I found inside the walls on my 1975 Airstream

Beer can, cigarette butts (both right and left handed ) pop rivet pins, end of a roll of duct tape and the list goes on.

Actually I was pleasantly surprised on how little I actually found in the Concord. Either the dealer did a decent job cleaning up on PDI (doubtful) or the factory has stepped up their game.

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HaHa... Thanks guys.
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The blue things are clips that when attached to the locking mechanisms on your refrigerator and freezer doors wil hold them open between uses. VERY important to prevent mold and mildew between trips.
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