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chindog

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About chindog

  • Birthday September 8

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    kayaking, hiking, biking, finding good mom&pop restaurants
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  1. That appears to be Covid deaths per the total Swedish population.
  2. We did the same thing. Got rid of the U shaped dinette and replaced it with the credenza and free standing table. We had the credenza installed at Bradd & Hall, and they did a great job. We had some electrical wiring that ran under the dinette, and they made a wood veneer covered raceway between the pedestals of the credenza, and from the credenza to behind the sofa, using the same wood color that the credenza is made of.
  3. I have Dish. Haven't received anything at all from them about this. And being full time travelers, we change locals frequently.
  4. We changed ours out for the Oxygenics model that has 5 different spray patterns. We got it at one of the big box stores, Lowes or Home Depot. It works great for us.
  5. I guess I lucked out when I got the Verizon unlimited pre-paid plan while it was being offered. It's no longer available, but we are grandfathered in as long as I pay the bill every month and don't buy a replacement hotspot from Verizon. We don't run into throttling, and are currently getting about 60 Mbps download speeds. It's too bad that Verizon pulled this plan from the market, as it really is great for full timers who need reliable internet service without running out of data before the month is out.
  6. Sounded good until I saw this: +Mobile hotspot speeds capped at 5 Mbps and limited to one tethered device at a time.
  7. The first year with Coach-Net is $249. However, renewals are much less. The current annual renewal rate for Coach-Net is $169, but I have always received a discount for early renewal payment. In the past, I have paid as low as $139 for renewal.
  8. When I checked my engine on the Cummins website, it had a C2113 recall dated June, 2019. I called Cummins, and they said it was the same as C2112.
  9. Sometime over the past few days, the option to view the post summary in condensed mode has stopped working. It is now only showing in expanded mode, and clicking the option button has no effect. Something has broken and needs to be fixed.
  10. I want to know how the pork shoulder and rump roast turned out!
  11. If you are talking about the 8800L jetpack, it did have some significant problems with dropping signal and rebooting. I've got one, and it got to the point that it was rebooting as often as every 2 to 5 minutes. I was about ready to throw it out. Then, a few weeks ago, Verizon rolled out a software update, and since then it's been smooth sailing. I've been all over the country from FL to CO since then, and haven't had any issues with the 8800L since the software update. In fact, it performs a lot better than my previous jetpack, a 7730L, with faster download speed and less buffering. On my plan, I do have to put up with network management, but it hasn't been much of a problem unless I am in a highly populated area and the tower is swamped with users.
  12. chindog

    EFS Card

    It's like an ATM withdrawal without the fee. But you have to go inside to get your cash. Too bad they don't have little ATM cash dispensers at the pump.
  13. You can get them from https://magneshade.com/ I don't think they have a reseller network. They do sometimes have booths at RV shows, and list their schedule on their website. I've had mine for about 4 years, and have been very pleased with them.
  14. On the CRV, you have to pull one of the fuses when towing, or the battery will discharge within a couple of hours. The manual shows the fuse to disconnect.
  15. I've got the FMCA Verizon plan, and we've been pleased with it. However, Verizon is pretty strict on the slowdown at 25gb. When you hit that, it slows down to almost unusable speed. Even downloading email takes forever. We don't stream anything, and are very judicious with our internet use, so 25gb usually covers our needs. However, even though our PC's are set as metered connections on Windows, the forced update downloads sometimes eat up our bandwidth. Having to do 3 or 4 days on slow speed at the end of our service month is truly a bummer. When our current contract period is up, I'm definitely switching to the new prepaid Verizon plan.
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