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Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:01 pm
by Steamdrivenandy (deleted)
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Seeing Roger's post with the link to Dutch catalogue archives reminds me that the last page of my blog/book is a list of relevant links. That got me thinking and one of the things this site could usefully provide (which isn't provided by the other place) is a list of websites that can be useful to Eriba owners. They could be categorised to ease searching and could be useful for both browsing in an idle moment and for researching.

I recall when I suggested that my blog/book should appear on TEF I made the point that although a lot of info was on TEF it was scattered all over the thousands and thousands of posts and a book like mine pulled a lot of it together without searching lots of dead end irrelevant posts. A links section would help us and our successors in the same manner.

Here are a few:

http://hymer.com/cms/assets/images/2013/...I/index.html#/0

<div class="shared_product" style="text-align:center;"><a href="http://caravan-design.spreadshirt.co.uk/...359/sb/e/view/4"><img src="http://image.spreadshirt.net/image-serve...,height=450.png" alt="Customized&nbsp;Men's&nbsp;Classic&nbsp;Polo&nbsp;Shirt"/><br /><span>Customized&nbsp;Men's&nbsp;Classic&nbsp;Polo&nbsp;Shirt</span></a></div>

http://www.hymer.com/en/catalog-and-cont...l?type%5B%5D=60

http://www.hymer.ag/medien/pdf/112480396...06_englisch.pdf

There used to be a page on the Hymer website where you could download all the catalogues from past years in all languages. It was part of the Press area. I've not been able to find it recently and suspect it's been hidden.


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RE: Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Tue Oct 29, 2013 5:51 pm
by Pepé Le Pew | 2.228 Posts

Quote: Puss in Boots wrote in post #1
A links section would help us and our successors in the same manner.


That's a top idea and no mistake.

Apart from an absolute ton of other stuff, I've got links to things like PDFs of the Al-Ko manuals for both chassis and hitches. These cover routine maintenance of stuff like the brakes and hitch friction pads.

I agree completely that finding all that stuff on the other place was a proper PITA.

We can do better than that.

Much better



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RE: Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Tue Oct 29, 2013 6:54 pm
by Aaron Calder | 3.083 Posts

I agree, guys. Triffic idea.

We could even upload some of these documents to a new section of the forum called, "Technical Manuals" or something similar. I've tended to save them to disc so I'd always be able to find them when needed.

I've got stuff on BIPs, for example that are bound to be of use.


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RE: Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:02 pm
by Steamdrivenandy (deleted)
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BIPs, BIPs?

Maybe that last sentence should read 'I've bot stuff on BIPs, for example that's bound to confuse.....

BIPs my ****


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RE: Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:18 pm
by Aaron Calder | 3.083 Posts

Zitat
BIPs my ****

How dare you, Sir?

As everyone knows, the BIP is the Eriba owner's friend and boon companion - until it goes wrong of course

For anyone who hasn't a clue what we are talking about, the BIP - Boîtier d'IInterconnexions et de Protections - is the box of electrical gubbins under the bed that charges the battery, distributes power around the caravan and contains the fuses. Like everything Eriba they are a bit, well, 'quirky', hence that Mr Puss in Boots' disparaging comment.

Having suffered a BIP failure while on holiday in France, I know what a nightmare they can be. However, don't let that naughty pussy cat kid you into thinking that wobbly white boxes are electrically foolproof, cos he's fibbing.



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RE: Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Tue Oct 29, 2013 7:52 pm
by Eribafolk Admin. | 199 Posts

Come on then. Stop talking about it and let's get on with it.


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RE: Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Tue Oct 29, 2013 8:33 pm
by Steamdrivenandy (deleted)
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I would never ever dare to suggest any such thing Sir.

As the owner of a white wobbly that's only 4 months off the dealer's forecourt and already had one PSU swap-out I can't really talk can I?


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RE: Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Wed Oct 30, 2013 1:55 pm
by hob (deleted)
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"Come on then. Stop talking about it and let's get on with it"

Errr I did try guv, when I clicked on "Create new Thread" in the

"Links to manufacturers' technical data files"

I got this


An error occurred!
You aren't allowed to see this page. If this is not correct please contact the administrator of this forum


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RE: Links Anyone

in Anything Eriba-related Wed Oct 30, 2013 2:41 pm
by Aaron Calder | 3.083 Posts

Only Moderators can add new links.

If you PM Randa or me we can add new ones for you.

I'm assuming that you can see the links that are already there? I only added this section yesterday evening and haven't had a chance to test it yet.

Let me know if there's a problem and I'll do what I can to help.



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