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I would contact PPL motorhomes they have alot of parts

Coleman Camping,... | Answered 3 days ago

It's a bit old/dated and a few holes...but think this should do the trick: 9c803efb-edc7-4048-b15a-09c281fa2915.jpg


Camping,... | Answered on Oct 08, 2018

small lights like this unscrew the end to get battery out

Coleman Camping,... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018

Need more info on which torch it it.
Look online for the brand, make and model for the manufacturers site.
Most torches will unscrew the front to replace bulb.

Camping,... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018

had a quick look online and found this is a museum piece.
Called a Dolphin torch, I remember these from the '80s and had to replace the batteries too often to ever want to do it again.
The front unlocks by rotating 1/4 turn. The batteries are a 6V sealed lead acid cell and now cost more than a new modern torch with a Li-ion cell. You will need a 6V charger if the battery can be recharged and unlikely if its old and discharged for long time.

Eveready... | Answered on Oct 05, 2018

The water purification process in not vey one sided. The purification process contains many steps. The steps that need to be progressed depend on the kind of impurities that are found in the water. This can differ very much for different types of water.

Brita Camping,... | Answered on Oct 03, 2018

Each brand of flashlight would have different mounting methods for their springs & i presume your main issue is to remove the old (& probably rusted/acid-corroded) spring...
without a photo of your specific spring's mounting, the best advice would be to:
* use a pair of side'cutters to cut off as much of the old spring as possible, but leave the mounting point intact. (with at least 7mm of the old spring also left in-place)
* then bend that remaining piece into a tight loop.(with needle'nose pliers or the side'cutter)
* feed the bottom end of your new spring through the tight loop you've created from the old spring & rotate the new spring until it is firmly seated between the old spring & the torch's casing.
>> if the old spring is completely trashed - your easiest solution would be to replace the torch unless you have skills in re-construction... (to securely Mount the new spring) ~ but if you had those kinds of skills, i doubt you'd have asked for help in the 1st place... :-p

Camping,... | Answered on Oct 02, 2018

Trekking is a popular adventure activity among the tourists. Trips to the mountains in Northen Thailand signify not only the natural beauty but a source of spiritual guidance as well. The height and beauty of Northen Thailand Himalayas provide enthralling opportunities for trekking.
Here is the list of best trekking tours in Chiang Mai.
1. Chiang Dao West
2. Doi Inthanon National Park
3. Doi Khuntan National Park
4. Doi Suthep Doi Pui National Park
5. Mae Wang - Samoeng


Camping,... | Answered on Oct 01, 2018

Aloevera juice are generally considered to be safe but not all the times. So if you are going to take aloevera juice just consult with your doctor.
Consuming aloe latex is associated with many negative effects. You could experience stomach pain and cramps, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and electrolyte imbalances. Ingesting the substance has been connected with serious effects such as hepatitis, kidney problems, muscle weakness, heart disturbances and thyroid dysfunction. Some chemicals in aloe latex may be carcinogenic, warns MedlinePlus.


Camping,... | Answered on Sep 26, 2018

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