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Old 05-29-2009, 06:49 AM   #15
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We also have quite the collection of coffee makers in the basement, and took delivery of a new Cuisinart 12V 4 cup yesterday. I may go out to Tweety later today and see how it works and how long it takes to brew.
Our toaster is a $10 Proctor Silex from KMart. It is stored center trailer, and was the #1 rate toaster from Consumer Reports about 5 years ago when I bought it. It works better than the fancy one in the house.

H'mm have to check toaster brands on what we have. 5 years??? we cannot seems to get 5 camping trips before the heat controls goes nuts.

A 12 volt coffee maker. Gee you are taking this bondocking thing to a new level. We resurrected the perk parts for the coffee pot we put on the stove.
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Old 05-29-2009, 10:00 AM   #16
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I read that unfiltered perked coffee is bad for cholesterol levels and it never tastes as good to me...tried those perk coffee pot filters which I just made a big mess with.
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OK, here is a crappy pic of the radio and where the piece of tape is located. You can see the tape showing on the silver of the radio and it extends upward covering the hard to see purple sensor light. Toaster pic/brand will have to be done later as DiGiorno just delivered .
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Thanks for the photo kitty. Now I know where to look. We are camping this weekend so it will give me a chance to take a look at the radio and cover up the sensor. I will report back how it went after the weekend.
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Just got back from our camping weekend. Kitty I have to thank you very much for posting the photo. I found the sensor and place the tape over it. I can now report back the TV and DVD player remotes no longer affect the radio. I have to admit now that I know where the sensor is, I can;t believe I didn't see it before. Anyways, thanks again.
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We left our TV on the wall mount for the trip home from Buttonwood and all is fine. We put a little pillow behind it, and used a strap to secure it to the grab handle that's by the entry door.
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