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Old 10-08-2016, 09:03 AM   #31
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Could be. Slides everywhere these days. My Grandmother had a mobile home that was called an "expandable" home. Put it in place, level, and two people with hand cranks would open it up to the full width, about the width of today's double wides. Haven't seen one since. This was many years ago.
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Old 07-21-2017, 10:57 AM   #32
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I'm new here, but find it strange that there is a "HWH" for "HOT" water "heater" (why would anybody have that?) and not a "WH" for water heater"....

But that's just me....
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Old 07-21-2017, 11:08 AM   #33
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RKDS - Rear Kitchen Dinette Slide which it has or Rear Kitchen Dual/Double Slide which it has.
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Old 07-21-2017, 11:24 AM   #34
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I'm new here, but find it strange that there is a "HWH" for "HOT" water "heater" (why would anybody have that?) and not a "WH" for water heater"....

But that's just me....
Haven't seen that abbreviation in regards to RVs but in the construction industry a water heater is abbreviated DWH (domestic water heater).

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I'm new here, but find it strange that there is a "HWH" for "HOT" water "heater" (why would anybody have that?) and not a "WH" for water heater"....

But that's just me....
go to the water heater isle at your local home improvement store and look. It just says "water heater". If you say it wrong long enough it sticks.
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Old 07-21-2017, 05:26 PM   #36
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Slx 175rd

JACO SLX175RD Help me with this one. I think the 175RD may be the length and rear dinette correct is if it wrong, but what is SLX.
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Could be. Slides everywhere these days. My Grandmother had a mobile home that was called an "expandable" home. Put it in place, level, and two people with hand cranks would open it up to the full width, about the width of today's double wides. Haven't seen one since. This was many years ago.
When they first came out they were called, "Tip Outs" They were hinged at the bottom and tipped in.
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I.T. Acronyms

Being in the I.T. field, I'd like to share a couple that may apply here:

* PICNIC (Problem In Chair Not In Computer)
* PEBCAK (Problem Exists Between Chair And Keyboard)

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If you're looking at the "S" inside an "arrow" design, that indicates an outside storage area.
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