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RE: Where did

I posted that I hope and pray that everyone who lost there jobs will be able too find a new one or go back to there old one.
t-train 04/01/20 05:46pm Around the Campfire
Where did

My message go from this morning?
t-train 04/01/20 05:18pm Around the Campfire
RE: 12 volt versus 24 volt deep cycle batteries

I have always used a 12 volt deep cycle battery in my camper. The 12 volt deep cycle battery in my camper died in 2018. I took my 12 volt deep cycle battery which was dead too the store. Told the employees this is the battery I need for my camper. Employees sold me a new battery. I assumed it was a 12 volt deep cycle battery. It wasn’t until yesterday when my camper got done being worked on when the Amish guys who fixed my camper said too me do you know you have a 24 volt deep cycle battery and not a 12 voltdeep cycle battery. I said no I thought I had a 12 volt deep cycle battery. The Amish guy should me on the battery the number 24 and said it is a 24 volt deep cycle battery. That is why I was asking if anyone knew the difference between a 12 volt deep cycle battery and a 24 volt deep cycle battery.
t-train 12/14/19 06:40pm Around the Campfire
RE: 12 volt versus 24 volt deep cycle batteries

Unless your RV has a 24 volt system, which would be quite unusual, you need a 12V rather than a 24V battery for it. Thank you. Today I had too pay my camper repair bill. The Amish guys who fixed my camper looked at my battery and said i was sold the wrong battery. I bought the battery home as my camper is being stored outside here in Wisconsin.
t-train 12/13/19 10:28pm Around the Campfire
RE: 12 volt versus 24 volt deep cycle batteries

What do you have that requires 24V and what do you use to charge it? when we are camping if we have electricity that’s how my battery gets charged. If we do not have electricity then I use my generator to charge my battery.
t-train 12/13/19 10:08pm Around the Campfire
RE: 12 volt versus 24 volt deep cycle batteries

The 24 volt battery I was sold is for my camper.
t-train 12/13/19 07:38pm Around the Campfire
12 volt versus 24 volt deep cycle batteries

What is the difference? In 2018 I was sold a 24 volt deep cycle battery. I was told today that I needed a 12 volt deep cycle battery because the 12 volt deep cycle battery holds a charge longer than the 24 volt deep cycle battery. Thanks for the help.
t-train 12/13/19 06:04pm Around the Campfire
RE: I have a question too ask

Nows the time to build a financial safety net. Put enough aside to cover at least a months worth of expenses, more if you can. The only bill my wife and I have is we bought a house too rent out. Currently the renters are making our mortgage payment for us. If renters stop making payment we will try and sell the house. My wife is an accountant and we have enough to cover our bills in case I would lose my job just like I did in 2008.
t-train 08/25/19 11:17am Around the Campfire
RE: I have a question too ask

Just an update tonight. My resume is up to date. My wife just looked at our bank balance and so far the two checks I was issued from my employer did not bounce.
t-train 08/24/19 09:14pm Around the Campfire
RE: I have a question too ask

Hopefully fully what I say next will be deleted it. The boys are owners of the company along with the dad. I see the boys have filed a civil case against dad. The boys mom has filed for divorce from the boys dad.
t-train 08/23/19 12:25pm Around the Campfire
RE: I have a question too ask

Too many factors to offer advice. How long have you worked there, what's the history of the company, what's the current status of the company, what type of work is it.... Personally I would be leery of any company that bounced checks on payday and would look for something more solid. Those bounced checks could bounce a lot of your own checks/draws and cost you a lot of money in fees. A man needs to be paid when he's supposed to. It would scare me and make me think about the stability of the company I work for. December of 2019 I will be with the company for 2 years. I want too see they had the lumber mill for about 5 years. The logging business for 15 years. I stack green lumber for this company.
t-train 08/23/19 12:19pm Around the Campfire
RE: I have a question too ask

Contact your union rep. He can find out why check bounced. It could just be a cash flow deal. But it could be one of your boss's customers is getting ready to trump him. A good idea, IMHO, would be let the county prosecutor know there might be a issue, then make sure boss understands the prosecutor knowswe have no union where I work with.
t-train 08/23/19 12:17pm Around the Campfire
RE: I have a question too ask

I would want cash for the next few weeks until I could trust the check is good. Direct Deposit should be in your future. -Michael I asked about direct deposit but he will not do it. He told me if I hand you a check you have a sense of pride in your work when you receive the check.
t-train 08/23/19 12:16pm Around the Campfire
I have a question too ask

Today at work a guy I work with said his checked bounced from last week. I said my did not. I later found out from my wife my check also bounced last week. This same guy told me today that the checks from this week were no good either. This guy said the bank froze the account. Today the owner came back in and reissued checks for last week and this week. The owner said these checks should be good. Should I be concerned about this or not?
t-train 08/22/19 08:21pm Around the Campfire
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