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About dr4film

  • Birthday 08/21/1944

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    Currently staying at Saco River Area Campground - Workamping
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    Film Industry, Fishing, Golf, Meeting New Friends, Exotic Locations.
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  1. dr4film

    TPMS don't work

    I own a Tire SafeGuard TPMS with CAP sensors and it reports both psi and temps of each tire location. I only use the temp information to monitor for significant differences relative to the other tire locations. If people need to know a more accurate temperature of their tire sidewalls, wheel or hubs they should purchase an IR Temperature Gun and use it at every rest stop or fuel stop. I have been doing that since 2010 and it works flawlessly.
  2. OK, after reading this entire thread, I see that at least one member who lives there and another named Patricia who works at the Van Horn Chamber of Congress have made postings in regards to this situation. However, what is the final resolution and what has the city of Van Horn done to rectify this idiotic ordinance? Talk is cheap but action takes character and persistence.
  3. I own a 2002 Windsor that previously had a Thetford ARIA toilet that was electric with the two buttons you had mentioned in your post. I had it for less than 6 years and had to replace the very expensive motor and seal too many times. I recently replaced the entire toilet with a Dometic Magnum Opus and have been very satisfied with its performance. It is extremely quiet versus the ARIA and the best part is the ability to adjust the amount of water that is used for each flush. When traveling or Boon-docking I can go well over a week without dumping my black tank whereas before it only lasted less then a week. I would definitely recommend the Magnum Opus over the ARIA any day of the week, the ARIA is a piece of JUNK!
  4. Carefully remove the base plate from the Comfort Control Center . This may be accomplished by inserting a small screwdriver under the tab on the bottom edge of the front cover and gently prying. See FIG. 9 of the attachment. CCC_Photo.doc
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