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Old 12-23-2011, 11:47 AM   #41
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i took the sticker off my corian counter top and now there is glue left on it from the sticker. I have tried gooBgone and sticky out and still can't get it off. I would like to take the green sticker off the outside too but have not yet. I peeled off the ones on the wheels and it left part of the sticker still on there.

I don't want to damage anything so I am trying to be careful.

Any suggestions on what I can use to get the glue off from all the stickers?

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Try Goof Off in a place you can not see to find out if you can use this stuff on a counter top. If you can it should work.
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Old 12-23-2011, 02:40 PM   #42
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i took the sticker off my corian counter top and now there is glue left on it from the sticker...
Take a look at this page for more details on caring for your Corian countertop:
Caring for DuPont? Corian®

Here's a downloadable PDF as well:
http://www2.dupont.com/Surfaces/en_U...aintenance.pdf
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Old 12-23-2011, 05:35 PM   #43
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Thank you Chris..i will see if I can find that and try it.

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Old 12-26-2011, 12:14 PM   #44
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I could not find Goof Off but I put on more Sticky Out with a lot of elbow grease and got all the glue off finally! Took a lot of soaking and rubbing but it is off.

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Old 12-29-2011, 03:48 PM   #45
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Here is another stupid question. Is there some way to get the TV connected to the surround sound on the stereo?

I would think there is a way but I can't seem to figure out how.

Thanks
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Old 12-29-2011, 05:12 PM   #46
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Yes there is. Take a audio cable and hook it to the audio out on the TV and hook it to the Audio number 2 on the Concerntone

Sticky Off would work also. BOth take elbow grease.
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Old 12-29-2011, 05:29 PM   #47
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Thank you Portagie!
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Also make sure U set the Concertone to audio 2. You very welcome.
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Arrow Make sure to choose AUX1 or AUX2 on the stereo...

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Here is another stupid question. Is there some way to get the TV connected to the surround sound on the stereo?

I would think there is a way but I can't seem to figure out how.
Are you on the newer Jensen system or the Concertone? I'm pretty sure you're on the newer Jensen...

The factory should be connecting the Jensen system so the TV plays through the ceiling speakers (for watching local over-the-air TV stations, for instance). If not, it would be an anomaly. The TV audio outputs should run to the stereo audio inputs. Yellow and white RCA cable from the outputs on the TV to the inputs on the stereo. Then you would choose the correct input on the stereo (either AUX1 or AUX2) and it should work.

Let me know if you have more issues -- I can have someone from Jensen contact you directly.
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Old 12-29-2011, 05:42 PM   #50
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Thank you Chris. Yes I have the Jensen. I will have my son look at when he gets over here tonight. If he can't figure it out I may need for Jensen to call me.Cherry
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We have a 2009 Wildcat with a Magic Chef microwave. The turntable ring has melted. The microwave is model #MCD 990ARS, and the serial # is DJO 7201685. How can we replace this part? Is there a phone number for the manufacturer?
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We have a 2009 Wildcat with a Magic Chef microwave. The turntable ring has melted. The microwave is model #MCD 990ARS, and the serial # is DJO 7201685. How can we replace this part? Is there a phone number for the manufacturer?
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Please call Rod Batts and he can help you out on this. When you have a second privet message me and we can start the process!

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2009 Wildcat Magic Chef microwave

Who is Rod Batts, and can you give us his number, please? Thank you.
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Old 01-02-2012, 08:18 PM   #54
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Cool Wildcat 25RL Frame Layout.

I need to install a number of Strong Anchor Points on my RV to enable me to attach some Shade Cloth on either side of the Roof/Sides of my Wildcat 25RL.

As things get very hot down here in Australia (We have just experienced a number of days in excess of 40 Degrees Centigrade with more to follow.) I believe these things are a must to keep the sun off the sides.

Could you assist me in any way Chris or other forum members?

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Rod Batts leads Wildcat's warranty department.
He can be reached by phone at: 574-206-7609
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I need to install a number of Strong Anchor Points on my RV to enable me to attach some Shade Cloth on either side of the Roof/Sides of my Wildcat 25RL.

As things get very hot down here in Australia (We have just experienced a number of days in excess of 40 Degrees Centigrade with more to follow.) I believe these things are a must to keep the sun off the sides.

Could you assist me in any way Chris or other forum members?

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Are you talking about adding slide toppers or an extra awning? Or something more? Give me some more information and I'll try to help!
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/Users/Alan/Pictures/Temp/2012_01_02/IMG_2191.JPG/Users/Alan/Pictures/Temp/2012_01_02/IMG_2190.JPG
Above are two pic's one a close up of the SS Bracket to be used and the other roughly where I would need to place them, 4 along either side of the RV on the roof to enable us to quickly attach Shade Mesh / Tarpaulin along either side.

Dose this help to describe what I am trying to accomplish Chris?

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/Users/Alan/Pictures/Temp/2012_01_02/IMG_2191.JPG/Users/Alan/Pictures/Temp/2012_01_02/IMG_2190.JPG
Above are two pic's one a close up of the SS Bracket to be used and the other roughly where I would need to place them, 4 along either side of the RV on the roof to enable us to quickly attach Shade Mesh / Tarpaulin along either side.

Dose this help to describe what I am trying to accomplish Chris?

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Pictures are great, but I don't think they came through!
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Above are two pic's one a close up of the SS Bracket to be used and the other roughly where I would need to place them, 4 along either side of the RV on the roof to enable us to quickly attach Shade Mesh / Tarpaulin along either side.

Dose this help to describe what I am trying to accomplish Chris?

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I am very sorry for the lack of experience as this is the first time I have taken part in any forum, I hope that the Pic's come through this time?
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Did these Pic's come through Chris?
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