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RE: I just got the new RV Magazine

It seems strange to me that under several different titles in this forum that comment on the new RV magazine there are none that approve the format change. I'd love to read the readers' letters that weren't published. Where is Wikileaks when we need it for the really important things?:R
harryjr 02/28/21 12:10pm Good Sam Club
RE: RV magazine

thanks I found it in book and made notes on it and will be in maill in morning. Hi Crawford, In your PM, I read the TN as TX. Must have been thinking about George Bush's ranch in Crawford, TX. rv.net wouldn't let me send the correction via PM. Cheers.
harryjr 02/23/21 05:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV magazine

does anyone know a good way to complain to either on e mail or snail mail but rather use land line ?? Pull out the postage paid subscription cards. Write your unhappy comments on the back and send them in. Marcus probably won't see it, but you get the satisfaction of him having to pay for you to complain.
harryjr 02/22/21 12:33pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: I just got the new RV Magazine

Just got a new one. Full page spread from Marcus about up coming changes. I will wait and see! And did you also read that he said the feedback has been mostly good?! I guess he's not counting us here. :B
harryjr 02/22/21 10:12am Good Sam Club
RE: Winterizing the coffee maker

Thank you all. No flowers please. The funeral service was private due to Covid restrictions. We are grieving, but looking forward to new & different adventures with our new friend. Our former friend will never be forgotten.
harryjr 02/20/21 06:49am General RVing Issues
RE: Winterizing the coffee maker

What do you do about all the other liquid stuff sodas, cleaning products, bottled water, etc. Since the camper is on a pad at the house, it's not a big deal to bring anything liquid inside. Same with anything that might attract rodents. Just didn't think about the water reservoir in the coffee maker. Called Keurig to see about repair and that was a no go, but they were nice enough to give us a significant discount on the replacement.
harryjr 02/19/21 01:05pm General RVing Issues
Winterizing the coffee maker

Water in the lines, tanks, traps, outside shower, ice maker, washing machine. All kinds of advice: Blow out the lines with air. Pump in the antifreeze. Both. Bring the battery inside. Put it on a trickle charger. Use a cover. Don't use a cover. But did anybody warn me to bring the Keurig inside? Noooooo! :( There's a water reservoir in a Keurig, and freezing will ruin it.:o And I thought we were all friends here.:? Oh well, the new one is red. Looks nicer on the counter than that old black one.:)
harryjr 02/19/21 12:14pm General RVing Issues
RE: I just got the new RV Magazine

Got the second issue today even though I cancelled. There are two postage paid subscription cards in it. Now a nasty person would suggest pulling them out, writing your opinion on the back and mailing them in so that Marcus can pay to hear that his new magazine is terrible. Since I'm not a nasty person, I would never suggest that anyone actually do that. ;>)
harryjr 02/02/21 03:22pm Good Sam Club
RE: I just got the new RV Magazine

I just called and cancelled my subscription and got a refund due to the content. But, if I had known the Marcus Lemonis was involved, I never would have subscribed.
harryjr 01/28/21 09:03am Good Sam Club
RE: Special offer RV magazine

"That 1st issue seemed more like a food or travel mag. Sad." Exactly how I felt. A food column by Robert Irving? What's next? Campground fashion tips from Kim Kardashian?
harryjr 01/22/21 05:21am Good Sam Club
RE: Special offer RV magazine

We received our "Premier Issue" of RV Magazine yesterday. Unimpressed would be an understatement. I didn't realize that Marcus Lemonis would be the publisher. Oh well, I've wasted $15 before in my life.
harryjr 01/21/21 06:23am Good Sam Club
RE: RV Magazine Subscription

I've had qualms about renewing Trailer Life. Most issues now are less than 60 pages. Eliminate the advertising and we're down to what? 20 pages. It comes. I blow through the entire issue in about 30 minutes. Have I wasted $18/year on other things with less value? Probably. But the articles are repetitive and I find I have less and less interest in 15,000 lb campers at close to $50,000.
harryjr 12/14/20 11:06am General RVing Issues
RE: Question about exiting in an emergency

I apparently worded my initial post poorly. I know to get out as early as possible, as quickly as possible, by any means possible. My question is: Why isn't the exit designed by the manufacturer to be more user friendly for the poor victim who is confused, not prepared, incapacitated, or a minor? The exit procedure should be simple and intuitive. Since idiot proof is impossible, at least make it idiot helpful.
harryjr 08/30/20 04:43pm General RVing Issues
Question about exiting in an emergency

The deadbolt latch on the door of my Eagle is small, black, recessed and can be covered by the bug shield. If I haven't had my coffee in the morning I fumble and stumble trying to unlock it. So what happens if it's the middle of the night and I've got flames licking my a$$. Brick and mortar building codes require panic bars. The dead bolts on a house are larger and prominent. Why is an RV different? I can't imagine trying to exit through the emergency window exit, and basic firefighting procedure whenever possible is to "take 'em out the same way they went in. Why isn't it a RVIA standard to make unlocking the deadbolt more user friendly in an emergency?
harryjr 08/29/20 11:42am General RVing Issues
RE: Tested your LP detector lately?

Spray on sunscreen will also set them off. Not that it ever happened to me and the grandkids. "What's that noise Grampa?"
harryjr 08/08/20 12:11pm General RVing Issues
RE: Truck flooded

I had a friend who serviced fd pagers. When someone called and said they dropped their pager into water he'd ask, "Toilet (ie. fresh water)? Bring it in and I'll look at it. Ocean (ie. salt water)? Who do I bill the new pager to?" Either way I'd consider the truck totaled. Remember the adjusters don't pay out of their own pocket, but I've been told they have a monthly budget and if they routinely exceed their budget, it's reflected in their job performance reviews. Don't let the adjuster bully you just to get a gold star at his next review.
harryjr 08/07/20 07:46am General RVing Issues
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