Mystery object What is it?

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  1. Hils and Glenns

    Hils and Glenns Funster

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    Hi found this in the bottom of the wardrobe. It looks like it has come off something but I don't know what. Any ideas? Its a Hymer if that's any help. Item.jpg
     
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    Air freshner possibly
     
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    What's the underneath look like?
     
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    Definitely not an air freshner. Its just hollow like its the cap off something.
     
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    Looks like a cap that goes over awning or bike rack bolts.
     
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    cap to cover the bolts and plate on the inside of an omnistor awning attachment
     
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    Awning bolt cover for sure
     
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    As others have said - awning: head in wardrobe and look up. You should see a naked bolt in the wall.
     
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    download.png
    Same logo.
     
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    We haven't got an awning or a bile rack. Do you mean the pull out shade thingy? Its not convenient to pull that out and look at the moment, but I'll check it out when I can. Thanks for looking.
     
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    Do not pull it out! The cover is inside to cover the bolts where they come through!
     
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    Mr @Munchie is 100% correct.... (y)

    Amazingly... :giggler:
     
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    Yes the " pull out shade thingy" is an awning.
     
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    When the pull out shade thing is fitted there are a number of nuts and bolts which fix it to the wall.
    These bolts pass right through the wall and the bolts (or nuts) are visible on the inside of the wall...usually in overhead lockers or cupboards.
    The plastic thing is designed to fit over, thus hiding, the bolts from view.
    They usually simply push or clip over the bolt.
     
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    Thanks! That's it mystery solved.
     
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    The Power of FUN. Now, I have a problem with my left leg, if I send a photo of it could someone tell me what the problem might be, I am waiting a Specialist appointment and Fun could be the service I need. Thanks, Photo to follow.
     
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    I have a round black disc with a hole in the middle. Is this a record?
     
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    That's simple even without the photo, "you refuse to act your age" and keep running around like a teenager.

    Martin
     
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    It's a Small Hadron Collider.
     
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    No, it's a tyre (y)
     
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