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Old 07-02-2014, 01:25 PM   #197
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I'm just curious how people pack their Winicks. What do you put in each storage compartment?
Under the TV
Over the sink
Over the dinette
Under the curbside dinette seat
Behind the curbside dinette seat
Behind the street side dinette seat
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Under the gaucho
"Behind the street side dinette seat" The thin, deep one. Well I have plastic containers that fit there perfectly with crackers and other food items. Also the picnic tablecloth. BUT when we were at the first Alumapalooza in Jackson Center Ohio Dave Winick was there. He came to see how we liked the trailer (love it!) and autographed a cabinet. He "scolded" me because he said the compartment was meant for wine bottles and liquor bottles. Now I know and will listen to him!!!

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Old 07-02-2014, 03:38 PM   #198
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Has anyone replaced their Micropulse sensors? Are they accessible without cutting in the belly pan? I thought I read they're are just behind the valves and didn't require cutting. My trailer is a couple hours away so I can't check.
Separately, has anyone replaced them with Seelevel system?
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Old 07-22-2014, 03:17 PM   #199
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Figuring out the AV system in the Winick Bambi. I took out the multi disc changer as I'd never use it. But how do I best connect an iPhone? I tried the jacks in the attached picture, but I couldn't get audio to come through. Tips?Click image for larger version

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Old 07-23-2014, 07:59 AM   #200
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Question for the Winick owners: anyone else have issues with the push-button switches on the wall sconces. One of mine needs to be jiggled to work, and the other has quit altogether.
I think I could simply replace the switch, but airstream said to replace the whole sconce, and gave me a part number. When I looked up the part number, it's not even the same sconce.
So has anyone had this problem and how did you fix it?
We had one that you had to jiggle to get to work for some time. Finally had the Plattsburg Airstream dealer replace the switch. Absolutely no need to replace the sconce!
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Old 07-23-2014, 08:10 AM   #201
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Figuring out the AV system in the Winick Bambi. I took out the multi disc changer as I'd never use it. But how do I best connect an iPhone? I tried the jacks in the attached picture, but I couldn't get audio to come through. Tips?Attachment 217154


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Your solution is simple. Since you have an iPhone, why not just buy a portable bluetooth speaker for $99? Saves on power, you don't have to connect anything and you don't have to put up with the 2 cent speakers Airstream installed!

Works perfect, sounds better and you can move the speaker around in the cabin, or outside if you want to listen outdoors.

While on the AV topic...

I'd suggest just ripping the whole system out. It is complete junk as well as a real power hog. We ditched the TV and the stupid disk changer. The speakers rattle and are about the worst quality you can buy.

I'm going to rip out the amp, huge mess of wires along with the subwoofer and speakers. You gain extra storage where the amp and wire mess was, storage behind the speakers above the table and lots more room under the curb side seat by taking out the huge subwoofer. I've already ditched the TV so there is more storage below the 'entertainment' cupboard.

Thin little iPad replaces the power hogging tv. We convert DVD to movies for the iPad or watch Netflix.

Welcome to 2014! ;-)
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Old 07-23-2014, 10:47 AM   #202
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Old 07-24-2014, 07:20 AM   #203
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Your solution is simple. Since you have an iPhone, why not just buy a portable bluetooth speaker for $99? Saves on power, you don't have to connect anything and you don't have to put up with the 2 cent speakers Airstream installed!



Works perfect, sounds better and you can move the speaker around in the cabin, or outside if you want to listen outdoors.



While on the AV topic...



I'd suggest just ripping the whole system out. It is complete junk as well as a real power hog. We ditched the TV and the stupid disk changer. The speakers rattle and are about the worst quality you can buy.



I'm going to rip out the amp, huge mess of wires along with the subwoofer and speakers. You gain extra storage where the amp and wire mess was, storage behind the speakers above the table and lots more room under the curb side seat by taking out the huge subwoofer. I've already ditched the TV so there is more storage below the 'entertainment' cupboard.



Thin little iPad replaces the power hogging tv. We convert DVD to movies for the iPad or watch Netflix.



Welcome to 2014! ;-)

I've definitely considered that, but was still curious how to select those inputs using the system.

Is the amp behind the tv? Or where the tv was in your case, Dave?


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Old 07-24-2014, 08:26 AM   #204
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We tried to hook up the iphone but no success. We replaced the heavy, clunky Sony TV with the the 19"Jensen TV with DVD (from camping world). Mounted it on the same bracket that the PO slid up as far as it would go. So much lighter and trimmed down compared to the sony. Installed the TV and took out the subwoofer and gobs of wires with the help of many fellow airstreamers at the Moraine View Airstream Rally this past June. Gave the old TV and subwoofer to my "helpers" at the Rally! We love the Jensen TV/DVD, lots more room. Its like a picture on the wall. As Campadk pointed out, lots more room under the dinette with that subwoofer removed. Still have lots of wires in there though.
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Old 07-25-2014, 06:42 AM   #205
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Hudsoncamp,

The amp is part of the stereo/CD/AM/FM receiver unit.
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Old 07-25-2014, 11:06 AM   #206
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Hey pickles. Good to see you out there on the forum.
How's our baby?
For iPhone hookup, the CD/DVD we put in has an aux jack on the face.
- just plug in and navigate the inputs to aux
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My name is Kent Ferguson, I own 2007 75th Anniversary Winick Bambi #65, I live in Austin, Texas, Airforum Member: kferg57. Please add me to the Reigstry
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Old 08-10-2014, 03:30 PM   #208
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My name is Kent Ferguson, I own 2007 75th Anniversary Winick Bambi #65, I live in Austin, Texas, Airforum Member: kferg57. Please add me to the Reigstry
Hey Kent! I own number 28, but grew up in Austin! I dream of taking it down to Pecan Grove someday.
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Old 08-16-2014, 02:05 PM   #209
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David Winick 19' #5 for sale....$52000.00

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Old 08-30-2014, 03:12 PM   #210
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75th Anniversary Bambi for sale

I am a new member.
I own a 2006 75th. Edition Bambi vin# J518816.
It is in central Tucson AZ umbilicled to a home for the last 5 years and has not been on the road.
Ii would appreciate any help in coming to a fair price .
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