Fix your motorhome

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  1. Jim

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    Don't pay those expensive garage fees, 99% of all jobs can be done just by following this simple flowchart :thumb:

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    Both solutions are present in my MH.

    Along with a tool set, that even if I could find, I wouldnt be able to use:Doh:
     
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    Is it realy that simples? I wish I'd seen your flowchart years ago!:Doh:
     
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    The start of your next book that is.
     
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    You shouldn't have put that on here Jim.

    Should have opened Red Kite College offering courses on Motorhome Fixing, and Popeye could run the Advanced Motorhome Fixing course, and all the participants would go away with their certificate to say they've passed.

    Conditions would be they had to supply a motorhome to fix, so they could cook and sleep in that too. And you could advertise 'small class numbers guaranteed' - what you reckon? - 5 at a time?

    4 day course for each part - £350 a shot????
     
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    Wouldn't recommend buying your next MH from Jim :Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
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    1. I would need an assistant sort of Debbie McGee, yes Jenny, you'll do just fine.

    2. My courses demand in minimum of six participants.

    3. Accommodation shouldn't pose a problem, bring your own.

    4. If the fault is electronic, you'd need another (different) tutor, as you may have seen my original signature says:

    "if it can't be fixed with a hammer, then you must have an electrical fault?"
    ....................Griff................

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    That is how he keeps the Hymer on the road

    Is that how you keep the hymer on the road Jim?:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:

    Bob:Blush:
     
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    Certainly an improvement on what they taught us in the Army,

    If it moves Salute it!

    If it doesn't, Paint it white!:Blush:
     
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