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    • Yeah, pretty much. Not a fit? Other places await!!!
    • in talking to a scale opperator, yes a chp officer. i got stoped for a ID check. he said if you bypass a scale in ca. if you look like a rv on vacation. no problem. if you look like a commercial truck towing to a dealer, then trouble if you bypass a scale. this is one officer at a major scale in central ca. so your millage will vary. but if your tow looks like a pickup. no harm.  if you have heavly moded your tow and it looks commercial then better stop.   other officers may say other??   .
    • Nope. I exercise common sense but I don't fear the world or other humans. I check my surroundings before I open the door if I'm somewhere unfamiliar. I do have a back-up camera on the camper that has a display that I can bring inside to see/hear around my door and I've done that once or twice when unexpectedly overnighting at a rest stop. But that's all I can think of... Glad to make a new friend! 
    • Thanks to all who replied. The problem was that I connected the cable to the LNB In terminal instead of either  Terminal #1 or #2 on the other side of the LNB. I got spoiled by the Tailgator and haven't used this 500 Dish in about 3 years. I had it broken down into several pieces and all went well until I thought I remembered where that cable goes. Oh well, I just got my medicare card last month and I think it did something to my mind! All is well in geezer land now though.  I guess doing something dumb will trigger an error message!!
    • Most of us do/did.  It's the 10-15 % of Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines who always try/tried to find ways of getting out of deployments for which the that the "go or get out" applies.
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