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Old 01-12-2014, 07:23 PM   #15
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Don: Thanks for the quick reply and pix. Unfortunately it reads file error and no way to rescue it. If you have the time to resend I would appreciate it. If not a couple of short questions. Do I need to remor the partition wall between the fridge and the front room? Are the screw and straps mostlly available from the outside panel opening? Are there any screws available from the front by removing doors or trim? As you say there are an acre of little screws all over the side panels but so tiny, I couldnt image them to be strong enough to hold the fridge down. Thanks again
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Don: Thanks for the quick reply and pix. Unfortunately it reads file error and no way to rescue it. If you have the time to resend I would appreciate it. If not a couple of short questions. Do I need to remor the partition wall between the fridge and the front room? Are the screw and straps mostlly available from the outside panel opening? Are there any screws available from the front by removing doors or trim? As you say there are an acre of little screws all over the side panels but so tiny, I couldnt image them to be strong enough to hold the fridge down. Thanks again
Try this file, remove frig.pdf

Yes you need to remove the partition as well as the top shelve that is above the fridge, not the cabinets attached to the roof. There are straps at the bottom and on top and sides that attache to the fridge and floors/walls. The screws are usually sheet metal screws in various lengths similar to the ones you see throughout the trailer. If I remember correctly there are none bolting it to the floor other than the straps. But Airstream pretty much had a random manner of attaching equipment that was not always the same from trailer to trailer.
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Old 01-13-2014, 08:52 AM   #17
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N Spector: you need to load Adobe Reader. It works fine for me.
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Aage, what kind of device are you using?

I'm on iOS using the Airforums app with the Adobe Reader app installed and I also get an error. Have not tried it from Safari.
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The PDF file works in the IE and Chrome browsers, but doesn't work on the AirForums app for Android. Shows up as a broken link instead. I have Adobe Reader installed on my Android tablet.
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Aage, what kind of device are you using?
It works on both my WIN7 laptop and desktop running Chrome.
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It's an app-vs-browser issue, not a problem with the file. I think the app just wants to treat attachments as images.

On iOS7 using Chrome I can open the PDF, but the colors are WEIRD. I haven't tried Safari yet, but there's no problem using Chrome in Windows or OSX with the PDF.
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Don and others: Thanks for the advice. I switched to another computer with Adobe Reader and the PDF files opened. NS
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