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Old 04-10-2011, 06:50 PM   #1
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19H Goody bag

Hi,I have a new to me 2008 19H trailer. My last trailer was a 2007 28RLS so I am a rookie with the hybrid although we are looking forward to the experience. In the bag of books etc that come with the unit ther are two flat plates (6 " long) with holes in them, and four flat key type things (2 longer ones and two shorter ones) can anyone tell me what these are for?
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Old 04-10-2011, 07:22 PM   #2
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I can`t help ya with the hybrid grab bag stuff but I can welcome you to the forum! I`m sure someone can help you out. -Lee
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No idea - if you can upload a pic maybe? Could be a puzzle just to drive you crazy
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We just brought new 19H and are going to pick it up on Wensday the 22 of June.it is are first one so will watch for it and see what they say and will post when we fine out.
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Joe We've got a 2010 19H and didn't get any surprizes, your just lucky I guess. Larry
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Old 06-22-2011, 06:44 AM   #6
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One of the key type things could be a key to unlock the bathroom door. Found this out after my teenaged daughter locked the door and closed it with no one in there. I knew we could open the door with a small screw driver, but I did not have one. Then I remembered the grab bag of booklets, papers, and such having a little metal tool that like you, I did not know what it was for. Yes it was for the bathroom door! Works perfectly to unlock it.
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One of the key type things could be a key to unlock the bathroom door. Found this out after my teenaged daughter locked the door and closed it with no one in there. I knew we could open the door with a small screw driver, but I did not have one. Then I remembered the grab bag of booklets, papers, and such having a little metal tool that like you, I did not know what it was for. Yes it was for the bathroom door! Works perfectly to unlock it.
of coarse! I did not even think of this. but why do they have so many?
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of coarse! I did not even think of this. but why do they have so many?
One year, I bought a turkey for Thanksgiving. It had three hearts in it! LOL Maybe the tech filling up your ditty bag was distracted
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Well picked ours up yesterday and no surprise for us so he must be the lucky one.
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