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Old 08-19-2018
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Default newbee.. what r these

ok
1st post.. when I bought my bird it came with so much parts and accessories, most of them I figured out, some not so much..
please help id some of them




what is the "drain"



what is this "box covering"



also when I got the keys I only received 1 safe key and only 1 small door key. I went to locksmiths around my area an cant match the small key. the safe key is most likely need to get a copy from safe manufacture ?

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A: Wine and beer opener
E: Awning deployment tool.
Get someone to show you how to operate the above and you will love both.
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C: Looks like a spare Aquahot control box.
D: Another awning tool. I dont use this one. I just use the hooked end of E:

I can't see B
Box in front compartment is for your HWH jacks
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What is the number on your small key?
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OK le me take these one at a time. I'll be the first to admit it, I'm kinda new myself but I'm quite sure I can steer you in the right direction and I'll be the first to admit when I'm out of my league.
A: is a Peruvian beer opener. Learned this is my fraternity initiation (don't ask)
B: no idea
C: owners manual for B (this i'm sure of)
D: This piece screws into E and I've used it as a bigfoot back scratcher from the top of the coach after I ran up there saving my life. The Yeti was so appreciative of this tool we formed a bond and I have a secret friend for life.
Hose I'm not sure
The other side of that box is the safe for when you lose that last key.

Your welcome ahead of time. Hope to see you at Pine Mountain.
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B is a used Nozzle for your Aqua Hot. C is the Control Unit for your Aqua Hot. The Nozzle is cheap and should not be used again. The Control Unit is not so cheap and I would check to ensure it is a good control and not a faulty one that needs a rebuild.

Dont know what the water hose is about. Is it close to the BBQ Grill? It may not be a drain at all but instead another water point.
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welcome to the zoo!
The guys here know everything and if they don't know what the answer is they make something up!
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As stated above, E is a different awning deployment tool. The distinction is that it is designed to allow you to open the catches on the arms from a point on the ground when you can’t reach them. I’m still trying to get the hang of it though. If you can use it, it beats having to pull out a ladder.
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i was go'n to tell ya all over again
but by the time i got clear down here i forgot what they were so,,,,,,,,,,
welcome to the forum !!
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As stated above, E is a different awning deployment tool. The distinction is that it is designed to allow you to open the catches on the arms from a point on the ground when you can’t reach them. I’m still trying to get the hang of it though. If you can use it, it beats having to pull out a ladder.
To add to what Arlin said, "E" is called an Awning Helper and the funny looking end of the awning helper is for releasing the ratchet on the rafter arm and holding it in the released position while you use the awning helper to extend or retract the rafter arm to get the claw in or out of slot that’s up top without needing a ladder. It's a handy tool.
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