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RE: Temptation to Buy a Chromebook

When my HP laptop died, I checked out Chromebooks. I realized I didn't need a lot of onboard memory because I have a limited range of functions I need. For less than $200 I got a Lenovo Chromeook. I pay $1.99 a month for cloud storage and am nowhere close to maxing out the lowest level of storage. It works fast, is small enough to be convenient and large enough for my old(er) eyes. The only frustration is that I had gotten used to Windows commands and functions. I'm still not fully conversant with the Chrome equivalents, but it's my own laziness.
srdeane 08/15/21 11:20am Technology Corner
RE: Opinions on 5th Wheels with Island Kitchens

I have an L-shaped island (technically a peninsula) in my 2009 Everest FW and love it. It gives me extra counter space that I truly appreciate. It works perfectly for the Nu Wave oven or Ninja Foodi and doesn't cramp me making the rest of the meal. We don't travel with the FW (we're in a seasonal spot) so it doesn't make any difference to us that the space isn't accessible when slides are in.
srdeane 07/18/21 01:02pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Dometic Refrgerator RM1350 I give up

We had a Dometic TM1350 in our Everest fifth wheel. It was 13 years old and would regularly jump up above acceptable temperatures. We tried fans, interior and exterior, and adjustments. Nothing worked. We finally replaced it with a Whirlpool residential refrigerator that is working great. The Whirlpool is a top freezer style with 14.3 cf of space overall. It fit inside the cavity easily with about a 4-1/2 inch gap and the front sticks out about 2-1/2 inches. We had an RV tech remove the Dometic and install the Whirpool, and he firmly attached it to the floor. We insulated around the refrigerator, painted some trim pieces and adhered them (with double stick tape) to the wood moulding around the gap. It looks really good and did the job. I wish we had just switched out the refrigerator last year instead of fussing with it for so long!
srdeane 07/15/21 05:25pm Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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