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Old 04-03-2015, 01:49 PM   #1
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A few simple questions from a new owner

I have a 2003 T2499 and have the following "stupid" questions:
1) How do I remove the picture on the wall by the kitchen sink? Does it ever come off? It is time to update it..... ** found the answer in another thread **
2) There is a red switch next to the bathroom door. What is that for and should it light up? It looks like it would as it is a clear red.
3) Has anyone replaced the folding shower curtain with a more traditional shower curtain? If so, how did you deal with the threshold of the shower pan? Is there a way to "extend" it upwards so a shower curtain can lay against it? (Wife prefers to wash the curtain/liner in the washer.)

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Old 04-03-2015, 02:49 PM   #2
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2) There is a red switch next to the bathroom door. What is that for and should it light up? It looks like it would as it is a clear red.
I believe you'll find it controls one of the bathroom lights. The lights have a switch on the fixture itself. It may take a little experimenting with turning switches on/off to find which light, but I'm pretty sure on this one.
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yep the red switch lights up when the bathroom light is on to let you know someone is in the bathroom.
I have not replaced the folding shower curtain so I can't help you there.
How did you remove the picture on the wall by the kitchen sink?
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The folding shower curtain doesn't need to be washed. It's a SHUB. One of the extras you got with a Sunline. New they are about $250!

From the web site;
The SHUBŪ screen provides maximum access into and out of the bathing area, and can be fitted to most existing showers and baths. Installation is fast and easy, and the durable material is mildew and mold free and backed by a 5-year guarantee! Say good-bye to your high-maintenance shower curtain and enjoy the convenience of the SHUBŪ disappearing shower screen!
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How did you remove the picture on the wall by the kitchen sink?
What worked for us was taking some fishing line and running it in back of the picture next to the wall in a back-and-forth sawing motion. That should get the picture down. Use Goo-gone and a nylon scrubbie gently to get the remaining adhesive off the wall. (We also used this method to take down the mirror on the bathroom door.)

BTW, if anyone has a oak-and-brass picture frame that they'd like to sell, please PM us.
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