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Old 05-21-2011, 09:18 AM   #11
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Thanks everyone, Your all right! it was the alarm! Man do i feel stupid!
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Old 05-21-2011, 11:20 AM   #12
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Good deal! No reason to feel stupid, that is an easy thing to overlook. Most folks don't even realize there is an alarm on it.
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Old 05-21-2011, 12:24 PM   #13
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Thanks everyone, Your all right! it was the alarm! Man do i feel stupid!

Don't feel bad! If it wasn't for your post, neither Don or I would have known we even had an alarm!!!
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That reminds me I have a small wireless weather station in our TT and I hit the alarm button by accident one time. I had to leave that night to go to work but the next day when I arrived at the CG the DW let me know that the alarm went off and woke up the kids and her at 5 AM or so. And once the kids are up that`s it. They`re up. She was not amused and I sheepishly turned off the alarm mode. If it happened again the weather station was history, or so I was told.
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Old 05-21-2011, 08:44 PM   #15
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OK, I feel stupid too. Now I finally know why the heck the radio in our old Fleetwood pup would always go off. I admit I had no clue there was an alarm. I would just turn the volume down to '0' before going to bed.
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That reminds me I have a small wireless weather station in our TT and I hit the alarm button by accident one time. I had to leave that night to go to work but the next day when I arrived at the CG the DW let me know that the alarm went off and woke up the kids and her at 5 AM or so. And once the kids are up that`s it. They`re up. She was not amused and I sheepishly turned off the alarm mode. If it happened again the weather station was history, or so I was told.

I did the same thing with our "weather boy" as we all him. That alarm button just isn't user friendly.
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