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SOLD Thule Omnistor Crank Handle

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by JanGar, Jun 16, 2016.

  1. JanGar

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    Long shot, but does anyone have one?
     
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    Sorry no, but I feel your pain.. :(

    a new one may be your only option.. Rose Awnings can supply

    Take it out of management's pocket money.. it was her job to look after it.. :whistle:
     
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    Have you checked in the garage ours is clipped to the under bed! How are you getting on with your new toy? It is a fair journey for your first one did she perform well?
     
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    YES I have one but can't post it
     
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    I have one, but we are a long way from you in Kent.
    Don't know the feasibility of posting, I suppose it's possible via courier.
     
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    Happy to pay, just let me know how much, if its not too much trouble. Thank you.
     
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    Just checked its not there.
    Maybe easier just buying the on from the link you posted. Thanks for your help.
     
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    Just a thought did you check with previous owner he may have it and forgot to transfer it. Did he show you how to unroll it!?
     
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    Didn't check it ( I know).
     
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    Never mind when we bought our van the dealer didn't show us how to turn the gas on and we forgot to ask! On our first trip out couldn't get it to work so had to get a takeaway! Next day lots of help from fellow campers showed us how!! (y)
     
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  13. JanGar

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    Everyone is glad to help, hope they still are, I will be looking for them!! I have just bought the EHU, and still to get: a hoover, dishes, utensils, cleaning stuff, TV, TV bracket (I think), bed linen, etc etc etc.
     
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    ont bother with a Hoover just a stiff brush and dustpan! Took carpets out on day one and in wardrobe at home! Use carpet squares and bin when get dirty! 3 for a£1 !!
     
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    I also have stored our provided cream carpets at home. I bought these from Amazon

    I hope that link works, company is RUGS 4 HOME. I used 3 long ones for our u shaped lounge PVC and 3 small ones for cab area. Not cheap but good value. I have the brown / black ones and they look good, are easy to pick up and brush off, do not show any dirt and are easy to trim with scissors to fit around corners etc. I have even cut a circular hole for table leg and no fraying. Been staying on some muddy, sandy campsites so very glad of them. Please don't bother with vacuum, I keep a soft hand brush handy and a quick sweep of the doorway one 1 or 2 or even more times a day, depending on your site, the easiest way.
     
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    Sorry link did not work, just do search for store Rugs 4 home and look for rubber backed barrier mats.
     
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    Don't try and buy too much stuff all at once, take what you can from home and then gradually decide what you need. It can be fun shopping for things for new MH and so good to spread out the pleasure! Our biggest mistake, yellow plates - attracts all the flies!
    Take lots of anti rattle padding in the form of extra tea towels, silicon mats (for grill pan area) and anti slip matting (cheapest on rolls from Amazon)
    Don't forget the beer bottle top openers and corkscrew.
     
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    Good idea, thanks
     
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    Great advice, no yellow plates and don't eat yellow snow!!
     
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