I will have to apologize to him, I just can’t tell from names any more. I guess I am just to old fashioned. Lol. I did email him through the @faults address already about the two Flow frame’s drain plugs and the key cover. This was very early in the production process and there must have been a lot of rushing to get things done in manufacturing. I do wood working when I have time, and was apprenticed to a master wood worker for several years. His big training tool was hand cutting dovetails so that they fit perfectly, which I was never great at, but I can see how the rush on finger joints is easily misaligned or cut just a little deep. Like I told Kieran, once the panels were changed the gapes mostly went away. Yes, I did down load the PDF for the classic WRC and it does not mention looking for the notches to pair them for the Flow box. A lot of this is probably me needing to have a magnifying glass to see the notches in the picture. The wording un the PDF:
- Affix the metal strip (in the two notches at the bottom of the panels). Turn the Flow box upside down.
Put the rear window cover in place. To maintain
clearance, temporarily place some packing material,
about the width of a credit card, between the rear
window cover and the box side. Screw the metal strip
in place (pre-drilling may avoid splitting the wood). See
It could use the simple addition of what I put in parentheses, or the inset picture could point out the notches in the that the metal strip is sitting in.
I know this seems like it should be obvious, but a lot of people don’t read instructions and for me it was just too small to see. I had the magnification op to 400x on the screen before I could really tell what it was.
These are just some opinions from someone who has put a lot of things together and had to fix the mistakes doctors made in research. Lol. They are notorious for not reading instructions or looking at what they are doing.
One last thing, I notices in the drawings that the swivel lock for the viewing panel had been either moved higher or made a little narrower, because on mine if I don’t get the locking bar positioned just right, it still interferes with removing the viewing port. Not major, but a little frustrations.
Thank you for your response and thank you for letting me know about Kieran, I will have to go correct my post and apologize.