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  1. Hi Karen, I note the above. I tried to open the KOG Constitution document today and it would not open. Further, some warning came up about the website certificate had expired 325 days ago. I’m not sure what all that means but just letting you know. 😀
  2. Not sure if this will help, but it’s worth a read - https://rvdaily.com.au/five-minute-mods-restore-your-caravans-water-pressure/
  3. Here is an extract from ACMA website dated 14/11/16 - "Review of Narrow Banding Arrangements for the UHF CBRS Band One outcome of the ACMA’s review of the 400 MHz band was the introduction in 2011 of new arrangements for the UHF Citizen Band Radio Service (UHF CBRS). The 400 MHz review sought to reduce congestion and support new technologies. In the UHF CBRS, this resulted in the introduction of 12.5 kHz channelling arrangements that significantly increased the capacity available to the CB radio community. This was because the adoption of 12.5 kHz channels allowed the use of 80 c
  4. Hi Curly, we have a Dometic front loader but not as old as yours and no problems with it so far. The User Manual indicates this problem occurs if the end of the drain hose is too low. Perhaps the hose has shaken loose. Copies of P14 & P19 attached - hope this helps.
  5. Hi Grant & Carol, I concur with all the tips above. Lock & lock containers are great. For maximum use of space stick to square containers. Another idea is, if your cutlery drawer is heavy the contents can jump around on bumpy roads. We know someone who rolls the cutlery in anti slip mat material to avoid knives etc 'rubbing' together. On very rough roads, we actually place the whole drawer on the bed.
  6. Like Peter above, we went from a movable satellite dish to a fixed rooftop Oyster satellite as we are full time on the road. No doubt you know, that if the Foxtel box breaks down and you want a new one, they post a new one to your home address only so it is a bit of a hassle if you are away on a trip. Once you receive the new box it has a return sticker for your old broken box to be posted back to them. The benefit of having a sat dish you set up yourself is that you can move it around and the van can be parked under trees in the shade, if applicable, whereas one fixed to t
  7. Petdav30, this link may help - http://www.transport.wa.gov.au/licensing/license-a-caravan-or-camper-trailer.asp and this - http://www.transport.wa.gov.au/licensing/interstate-vehicle-license.asp
  8. We have not had this problem. What model Waco do you have? Condensation does build up around the seal of the freezer at times. There is a switch near the freezer door hinge (see manual that should be in a binder Kedron gave you) that you can turn on that gets rid of the condensation (should turn it to 'off' when you are in 12V as it can chew up power if inverter is on). Perhaps contact Kedron (Ashley) and ask him. Hope you find a solution.
  9. You could try these people - http://www.dieselheatingaustralia.com/products-pricing/snugger-parts-accessories/ (At least this type are not plastic))
  10. Hi Mike, Another option, check the air conditioning bolts have not worked loose. We went across the Outback Way and a couple of bolts worked loose. We have an Air Command Cormorant, and to do this, inside the van remove 6 screws (3 on each side) under the removable filters. Four more screws are located (2 each side) amongst the louvers. Lower the roof fixture slowly, as wiring is attached, and it should hold with a string attachment, then tension the bolts in each corner of the unit connected to the roof. DON'T over tighten these bolts. Good luck finding the leak.
  11. We no longer have the Vitrofrigo but when we did we were given a tip not to push the defrost tray all the way back as it may block the circulation of air to the freezer area. No experience with the compressor running all the time ... maybe needs re-gassing.
  12. Here is a link to a manual - http://www.dometicrvcentre.com.au/documentmanager/item/151 with Problem Solving on Page 15 but does not seem to list your exact problem although there is one on machine not filling with water. Ann
  13. Hi Sue, I enjoyed reading your blog and loved the bird pics. Some excellent shots there.
  14. We have tried the borax & honey, same as Jewel, on bits of cardboard. You do see a lot more ants for a day or two but then they are gone. A tip is to keep mix away from pets or children.
  15. Or there is this parts site - http://www.dieselheatingaustralia.com/products-pricing/snugger-parts-accessories/
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