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  • Dome Light Fuse Replacement??

    I blew the fuse that supplies the dome light.

    Is that one of the fuses on the light switch?

    If so, what is the best way to replace it -- from the back I guess?
    What Amp fuse do I need -- don't have my manual here with me.

    Thanks
    Last edited by bcomo; December 7th, 2007, 02:54 PM.
    Bart
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  • #2
    OK. I got it done.
    Bart
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    • #3
      I'm glad u figured it out fellow Birder.... Are u ready for the snow this weekend? LOL!!
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      • #4
        You've got to be kidding me. San Antonio shows rain but 70. Yeah -- you're kidding me.
        Bart
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        • #5
          Well we have Ice and some sleet here now...
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          • #6
            I believe it now.

            Our weather changed to 50 degrees and cloudy. I'm not going to even look at the weather forcasts any more.

            I'll just go outside and see what it is.
            Bart
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            • #7
              Originally posted by tbird430 View Post
              Well we have Ice and some sleet here now...
              wanna see some ice?
              Oklahoma is now buried in it.

              Here is a link to some pics of my place in Central OK.
              We have over 500,000 homes without power now with no hope of getting it back for at least 5 more days. The trees all snapped off and destroyed the power grid.

              I’ve never seen so much devastation.
              It really looks like a tornado went thru the area…except the “area” extends form southern Oklahoma all the way thru Kansas.

              http://s171.photobucket.com/albums/u...3/Ice%20storm/
              Casey

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              • #8
                Casey:

                Those photos are unbeliveable. So much ice and yet, no snow. The rain completely froze on the way down. Geez.

                I hope that you get the power back soon. No heat is a real bad thing.
                Bart
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                • #9
                  WOW Casey, It looks like a whole 'nother PLANET up there!!!
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                  • #10
                    Looks incredible. I only witnessed storm that covered everything in ice once here in New York City in the late 1970's. Stay safe.
                    Alexander
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                    • #11
                      Casey that's a pretty intense ice storm. I like Alexander, only remember that type of storm while I lived in Toronto, Ontario around the same time and the city was completely shut down as well as airports and essential services. I too hope the power gets back to normal and the families can enjoy the holiday season.

                      Dano Calgary,Alberta Canada
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                      • #12
                        thanks for the concern of everyone here.
                        We kept the fireplace going and stayed comfortable.

                        We only experienced a power outage for a relatively short time. The total without power climebd over 600,000 but is now "back" to half a million. There are days-long waiting lists for things like kerosene, other heating fuels, chain saw chains, etc. An emergency generator is worth its weight in gold right now and they are shipping them in by the thousands.

                        The cleanup is almost unimaginable. My brother works for the local Electric Co-op and they are working 16 to 18 hours shifts every single day. Those guys are heroes.

                        The National Weather Center is located in Central OK for a reason - all the weather stuff happens here!
                        This past summer we had record floods while the summer before that experienced record drought. Then we had a mini dust bowl with record winds. Now a record ice storm...do I sense a pattern here?

                        The yearly tornado epidimic is old news at this point.

                        Heck we even had a rare inland hurricane form this past Fall dumping almost a foot of rainfall on us in about 18 hours.
                        I think if we had 2 days in a row of the same weather, everyone would faint - ha!

                        I'm STILL waiting for Spike Lee to show up with Jesse Jackson and talk about our plight.... still waiting....
                        Casey

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                        • #13
                          Casey don't hold your breath waiting on Jesse and Spike in OK
                          George 60HT-Flame Red

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                          • #14
                            More likely to get visited by Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the CableGuy.

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                            • #15
                              Larry the Cable Guy lives about 40 miles from me in Sanford Fl.Can't see him leaving the 80 deg weather here for the frozen tundra of OK.
                              Hope things get better soon Casey and you and yours have a Merry Christmas
                              George 60HT-Flame Red

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