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I can attest to the first one, though i have not seen "Delete all" or the check boxes mentioned in the second paragraph. Admittedly, I didn't look hard.
Most likely Gladiator conversion vans disappeared like many of the other conversion van companies. I am not familiar with Gladiator vans, but most of the conversion vans use the same setup. The chrome ring around tire is latched near the bottom, and usually padlocked to keep others from stealing your spare. If that is not the case, try http://www.v-sales.com/repair.htm . They still sell conversion parts and may be able to help you. Hope this helps
What model number. Likely your conversion amplifiers and a resistor or
two have gone out. Most Toshiba's use STK392-110 which can be replaced
with STK392-120. You always replace both even if only one was bad.