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RE: FOB keys and theft

If your going to steal the keys why would you bother putting them back - you got the car which was the original intent. I didn't even realize that someone else brought this up.. I only read page one. Exactly, regarding why steal it and put it back. Just mentioning that it's not completely infallible, but still pretty darn good.
Wishbone51 07/06/21 02:03pm Tech Issues
RE: FOB keys and theft

Any good newer one will have a rotating code. The next code used is based on a secret value that is embedded in the device itself. This is a two-way device, so the receiver has to send an acknowledgement back so they can both go to the next code. Once you record it, it is too late to use. One way to break hack it is to steal the keyfob, press the button out of "earshot" of the car, and record the code. Since it was never received and acknowledged, this code is still valid for one time use. They can put the key back, break into the car, and the owner would never suspect how they got in.
Wishbone51 07/06/21 01:04pm Tech Issues
RE: Older trailer, smelly toilet

I never had an issue with my previous trailer. I've been having black tank smell with my current trailer, and just (sorta) solved it yesterday. For some reason, the smells were coming through the hole that the toilet fresh water is coming through. I plugged that hole and the smell is gone. It doesn't explain why it's coming through the hole. I suspect that the black tank vent isn't sealed to the tank. Things to check: * Make sure that the flush valve holds water * Make sure that your vent isn't blocked * Make sure the vent is sealed to the tank * Make sure that the seal between the toilet and the floor is good. * Make sure that the seal where foot pedal or the hand flush is sealed where it enters the tank. * Make sure your dump valve is always closed, with a couple of gallons of water put back in before use. When it is all sealed properly, I found that I don't need any additives at all. I have no experience with this, but I hear that the grey water tank can often be the source of smells in the bathroom. Make sure that your P-Traps have water. If the smell is coming from under the sink, your air admittance valves might need to be replaced.
Wishbone51 07/06/21 12:18pm Travel Trailers
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