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  1. I want to get rid of my roof top ac unit and I'm wondering if any of y'all know if I should just cap off the wires or try and remove them. After the hurricane hit the city, I was driving around and a low hanging wire garbed ahold of the ac and ripped the shroud apart. I have to check to see if it cracked the frame and the only way to do that is pull the aluminum roof back, so I gotta take it off anyway. any help would be appreciated
  2. The bathroom door on my 1991 Micro Minnie is an accordian door that looks like small parquet sections. It is in excellent condition. However it is very noisy to use at night and limits leg room when sitting. I installed a towel rod, actually a toilet paper holder with the tube discarded and a 30 inch long oak 3/8 dowel put in its place to make a shower curtain rod across the front top of the door opening (outside wall to the bathroom) to the bathroom. This gave privacy and quiet operation at night. I left the accordian door in place for when I sell the MH. I had to cut about 6 inches off
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