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    Posted: 25 Mar 2015 at 4:56pm
For those of you not on the Facebook group.


Hello R.Podder, I have recently viewed a posting regarding the High Point Convection Oven turning itself on. We have had one isolated incident. If you are experiencing your High Point Convection Oven turning itself on please contact your dealership make an appointment to have it exchange out. Please unplug the unit as soon as you are aware of it turning on by itself.

Thank you,

Susan Thornberg
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Thanks for the heads up!

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On that subject, I have searched and cannot find an owners manual for this appliance anywhere. Any suggestions as to where one could find?
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Are you an employee of Forest River?
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Originally posted by Florida

Are you an employee of Forest River?


LOL.. He isn't... YET.. he keeps trying..

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k, wasn't sure. It sure seems like he was based on how he represents himself. He must then be retired as it seems like he has answer for everybody's questions that come up throughout the day and evening. Must be nice to have that much free time in your day to volunteer and not get paid for it. My husband and I sure don't have that kind of free time with raising kids, etc.
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Not a bad thing to volunteer.  Cool

 
I've made this a sticky topic.
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Originally posted by Florida

k, wasn't sure. It sure seems like he was based on how he represents himself. He must then be retired as it seems like he has answer for everybody's questions that come up throughout the day and evening. Must be nice to have that much free time in your day to volunteer and not get paid for it. My husband and I sure don't have that kind of free time with raising kids, etc.


LOL.. retired.. he wishes.. No, he and a few of us others, just have a passion for the pod, and helping podders. He/we have actual contacts and friends at the factory, and have been there several times now.

I am retired. His job is one that allows.. ney, requires, constant onlineness.. so he dedicates a monitor to pod stuff.. maybe two. I keep the facebook group open on my phone 24/7..  Check in here 1-2 times a day..

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Originally posted by Florida

k, wasn't sure. It sure seems like he was based on how he represents himself. He must then be retired as it seems like he has answer for everybody's questions that come up throughout the day and evening. Must be nice to have that much free time in your day to volunteer and not get paid for it. My husband and I sure don't have that kind of free time with raising kids, etc.


Lol yes I do indeed wish for a job for with Forest River, they just keep somehow neglecting to take my resume seriously when I send it to them!  hehehhehe

But yes as the FurPod said.  My job requires near constant connection to the internet,  at work, at home, on vacation.  I break up my time by Pod stuff and bugging my contacts at Forest River.  LOL

My free time is when you happen to not see me online or when I'm lucky enough that a campground has absolutely ZERO wifi or cell phone reception.....Ahhhhhh.    Serenity.....
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  If Aflac has a duck to represent there company and Gieco has a gecko to represent their company why not have a moose to represent Forest River. Big smile
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