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Old 04-18-2006, 09:13 AM   #1
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Long time since I have posted, but I have a couple questions. FIRST- We had our 1972 Argosy winterized in October. Is there any special we should do now that we plan to start the season soon? Other then put all the taps on full and let the winterizing fluid run through? We used to store it at a trailer business and they would always do a 'spring' checkup , at a price of course This year it has been in our driveway all winter and just wondering what is best to do..? SECOND- I have to replace the weather stripping around all the windows and the door... any good way to do this? After it was winterized they sold me many many feet of the insulation stripping and said it would be best if I did it. Just wondered if there was a good way to do it? I imagine it will be time consuming LASTLY- I asked them when it was in for winterizing to see if the oven worked.. they said YES, but I think it doesn't work to full capacity. It does heat up, but just warm.. any thoughts on this? Wondered if we could just clean up the gas tubes?? Any help on this long novel would be appreciated.. and happy spring to everyone! Wade Phibbs- Stratford Ont.

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Old 04-18-2006, 10:10 AM   #2
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I have taken note of a post about Antifreeze , sounds like more fun then I expected.. I think I am just going to be able to flush it with fresh water from our house..I don't think I can get a aircompressor.. any help? I will keep watching the " antifreeze.. yuck "post to see further suggestions, Wade
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