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Old 06-09-2016, 09:36 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me what this unidentified "tool" is that was included with our new Rockwood 1970ESP Pop-up camper. It is approximately 8 inches long with hex ends (small end is approx 5/32" or ~4mm and large is 11/32" or ~9mm.)

My guess is that it for adjusting a dial which has a socket head, but as this is plastic the expected stress must be minimal. alternatively it may be some sort of "needle" to re/run a cord through a seam, but I do not know where that would be.

Currently I am unable to find a reference to it in any of the manuals/paperwork included.

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Can anyone tell me what this unidentified "tool" is that was included with our new Rockwood 1970ESP Pop-up camper. It is approximately 8 inches long with hex ends (small end is approx 5/32" or ~4mm and large is 11/32" or ~9mm.)

My guess is that it for adjusting a dial which has a socket head, but as this is plastic the expected stress must be minimal. alternatively it may be some sort of "needle" to re/run a cord through a seam, but I do not know where that would be.

Currently I am unable to find a reference to it in any of the manuals/paperwork included.

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It adjusts the limit switches on your lift motor.
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Old 06-10-2016, 08:51 AM   #7
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It adjusts the limit switches on your lift motor.
Interesting, as our camper has a manual crank lift. Do you know of any documentation, should we install a lift motor at some point in the future? (I am presuming the limit switches are already there and just unused with a manual crank lift.)

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