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Old 11-25-2015, 10:29 PM   #5651
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Yep, when I described the problem - he said it was a known and unfortunate issue. (I still don't understand how there isn't proactive outreach to owners to address this sort of thing; but that's neither here nor there.)

He did say that since then, they've gone through 3 software and 2 hardware revisions and the new radios are working well. I'll look for the equalizer display thing and will post back in a couple of weeks (my timing, not his).

I will also give credit- he was very good about calling me back (unknowingly, I kept calling him after his business hours) and was very amenable to helping get it shipped to me on my schedule. He's holding it until 12/2 before he sends it because I'll be in-transit between a move to a RV repair shop, hotel, and finally another campground.
Well, we just arrived in Savannah, GA (drove from home in central FL) for our thanksgiving break, and I tried to hook up a bluray player to the front hdmi port on the iRV66.
It just outputs random snippets of sound and alternates between a snowy picture and blank screen.
I hooked it up directly to the TV instead and no issue (and used the optical cable I installed from TV to the iRV66 for surround sound). However that's extremely annoying so I'm going to call Todd again next week
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Old 11-26-2015, 10:50 AM   #5652
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Finally got everything set up, made some hangers so I could hang the electric cord holder on the back bumper without putting it in a bind. Hung the grill, coffee maker and tv on the side. Re-did the step lights by mounting them on 1/2" alum angle and installing a rf controller. Trying the Claws, don't know how well they'll hold in this sand, but there is grass to help. Dirt screws are in waiting just in case. Also attached the awning deflappers as the wind has been constant since Mon.

Forgot to add it was 77 when I took the pictures, now 79@ 11am EST.

Big grey bag is my new truck cover which will be used when we get home. Tired of all the damn pine needles, bird droppings, etc when it sits for months without being move.
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Old 11-26-2015, 10:57 AM   #5653
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Be there for dinner! Door window ok? Send some of that SUN this way..... You plant the humongous palm tree?
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Old 11-26-2015, 11:12 AM   #5654
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Be there for dinner! Door window ok? Sent some of that SUN this way.....
Dinner is @ 1:00 pm at the clubhouse for the entire campground. Price is $8.00 for all you can eat and can take leftovers home if you so desire. Breakfast is served every Sat morning @ 8:00am for $4.00 and all you can eat with leftovers available. Potlucks, etc are held about once a week and cost is either $4 or $5 or free. This is the gated campground with all level concrete pads with patios that charges members/owners $2/night for electricity. Starting Jan 1, 2016 the nightly fee will drop $1, but the yearly maintenance fee will go from $460 to $545. 2 weeks in, 1 week out and if space is available you can pay $128 for that week, but you do have to move to a different site.
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Old 11-26-2015, 11:16 AM   #5655
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Scoot over......take a pic straight out from awning look'n back at your unit, PLEASE! Also, since you've got to move once in a while, better add some screws to the outside stuff on the rail so it won't fall off....
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Old 11-26-2015, 11:34 AM   #5656
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Drove to, and setup at, Savannah South KOA yesterday. Nice campgrounds, setup right by the lake.
They did try to put us in the smallest lakeside spot, but managed to get them to let us switch to the next site, which is bigger, since they only had a truck-top camper booked in there
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Old 11-26-2015, 12:13 PM   #5657
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Scoot over......take a pic straight out from awning look'n back at your unit, PLEASE! Also, since you've got to move once in a while, better add some screws to the outside stuff on the rail so it won't fall off....
What exactly do you want a picture of? There are plenty of screws holding the rail on and they are thru the wall into a backer board.
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Old 11-26-2015, 12:23 PM   #5658
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Not worried about rail.......worried about coffee pot! .....stay'n on while you move!
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Dinner is @ 1:00 pm at the clubhouse for the entire campground. Price is $8.00 for all you can eat and can take leftovers home if you so desire...
l misstated the price of Thanksgiving dinner, it was $4 ea/$8/couple. Over 160 people there and had gobs of food left. Wonderful, tasty food and super friendly people. The campers prepare all the food and also volunteer to serve it buffet style. TOWTA and I have already signed up to help serve Christmas dinner.
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