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Old 06-24-2012, 11:10 AM   #211
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This is all of the attachments that Elbundi sold me with the countertop unit for the NuTone. I did just purchase today, the Melamine bowl for the mixer, so will actually be able to use mixer attachment. Neat to have the blender, and the knife sharpener as well. TONS of other attachments, but I've got to save my $'s for other more pressing stuff, lol
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Old 06-24-2012, 11:49 AM   #212
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While sleeping out in Airstream last night, I was woken by the sound of dripping water (we've got a tropical Depression here in Florida this weekend). After trying and trying to go back to sleep (it was 4am, and the rain sounds really nice on aluminum) I finally turned on the light to see what was going on.
Curbside rearmost bedroom window area has a leak. It was dripping down on 'headboard' of bed.
Decided I would never get back to sleep, so came inside. Thought about the leak for awhile, and went back out and pulled the window awning. Just checked (STILL RAINING) and the area is dry. Guess I'm gonna need to get my Vulkem out and seal along that joint between side window and panaramic rear window area.
Ahh, gotta love our Airstreams!
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Old 06-24-2012, 12:11 PM   #213
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This is all of the attachments that Elbundi sold me with the countertop unit for the NuTone. I did just purchase today, the Melamine bowl for the mixer, so will actually be able to use mixer attachment. Neat to have the blender, and the knife sharpener as well. TONS of other attachments, but I've got to save my $'s for other more pressing stuff, lol
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I have same attachments except for bowl. Was going to give them to you if you didn't have them.
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Old 06-24-2012, 12:24 PM   #214
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Windshield Wiper Switch

Of course,
With ALL the rain that 'Debbie' has thoughtfully provided this weekend, I decide to see if my windshield wiper switch works
The outer knob does have intermittent, low speed and high speed.
Anyone know what back ring is for? Mine just 'spins' doing nothing. Thinking it could possibly be for the intemittent???
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Old 06-25-2012, 08:35 AM   #215
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Derek,
Your wiper switch does not look like an OEM. Had to replace mine because the circut board in the controller fried. The outter ring is the off, low and high speed. The button when pressed is for the washer and the intermitant. I had to replace the whole 9 yards due to the fry. The control box keeps the motors in sinc and controls intermitent speed. If your wipers do not run in sinc, my guess is the controller is on its way out. I still have the orig switch with the 5 wire harness to the controller box. If you want to try it, Ill send it to you. Call me and I will explain how I rewired the wiper motors with a new type switch ($18 including freight). Pain in the rear to install but
beats no wipers!
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Old 06-26-2012, 10:43 PM   #216
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Holy Crap Derek...
What you FL guys just went thru with Debbie, is the ultimate leak test!
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This is all of the attachments that Elbundi sold me with the countertop unit for the NuTone. I did just purchase today, the Melamine bowl for the mixer, so will actually be able to use mixer attachment. Neat to have the blender, and the knife sharpener as well. TONS of other attachments, but I've got to save my $'s for other more pressing stuff, lol
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I have same attachments except for bowl. Was going to give them to you if you didn't have them.
Hey Derek

May I take this opportunity to remind you that your 6 month money-back warrantee on your NuTone purchase expired 5 days ago

Hope Debby showed you where you need to apply the Vulkem. We've only had the wind off of this weather system here in SW GA! Great for driving west though!
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Old 06-28-2012, 07:18 PM   #218
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Debby and 6 month return.....

Steve, yes Debby was the 'ultimate' leak test, and I found several. Gotta get the Vulkem out along upper windshield gasket. Worst part, my other leak was in rear storage, under rear bed, where my Vulkem was stored! Got the tubes slowly drying out, hoping maybe duct tape on the tube will keep the cardboard tubes from exploding when I go to use them.

Andy, didn't know about the money back guarantee, I'm loving it anyhow!

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Old 07-02-2012, 07:51 PM   #219
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Power Steering Hoses part numbers

Anyone have any idea what the part numbers would be for an '89 345 motorhome? Got mine out this weekend and noticed a huge spot underneath. After driving it around, and got it parked again, checked all of my fluids and discovered that power steering reservoir was almost empty (I had filled it 2 weeks ago)
Got underneath and found fluid drips on the hoses. Guessing either I've got hoses to replace, or power steering pump.
Anyone with those part numbers? I'd greatly appreciate them.
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Sucks Derek, but super important to get fixed... loosing Steering and Brakes on you Airstream could ruin your day... and someone else's too!
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Does the power steering operate the Hyrdo-boost?
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Does the power steering operate the Hyrdo-boost?
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Yep, it does both!
Thats why its a scary failure!
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Steve,
No wonder it felt 'off' last time I drove it. I'll get underneath tomorrow and grab some pix for my own use, and start looking online for parts.
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Old 07-02-2012, 08:16 PM   #224
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Is this is?

Ok,
Just a quick check at Autozone (NO, I won't buy it there, Chevy or NAPA only for me) and this is what I found.
Mentions motorhome chassis and the Hydroboost, so I'm guessing that this is something close. Will try and grab the photo for me to look at tomorrow while underneath.
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