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RE: Toad light connection problem

Find a good tech (NOT CW). MH to toad connections are not fully standard, but depend on the wiring for the MH and the brand and model of the toad. Isolate the circuits to plug on MH, then work on toad from there.
Johno02 03/02/15 11:29am Dinghy Towing
RE: where or how to find an overnite stay

Are there any rumors about anything coming out to replace MS S&T?? DeLorme is bad, and difficult to use.
Johno02 03/02/15 11:21am RV Lifestyle
RE: Route 50 West Virginia

I have driven across from Parkersburg to Bridgeport in our small class A, V-10, with toad. Not an easy drive, but passable. Bridgeport to the VA line, I have not driven, but have heard that the best way across there is by mule. I think our v-10 would be sorely taxed.
Johno02 02/20/15 12:06pm Roads and Routes
RE: Mail while snowbirding

We have very little actual mail, and live in a small town, so the post office will just hold it for us up to a month. More than that, the postmaster has to give permission. I go in, he says where are you going this time, and how long? and OKs it. If we are going to be gone for long, I also have a good friend that will go by the post office and pick it up for us. That way, if anything looks important, she will call.
Johno02 02/18/15 08:28pm Snowbirds
RE: Programable Thermostat Question

Just set it to off, that takes care of everything. Again, check the model number, and go to the web page.
Johno02 02/18/15 07:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Programable Thermostat Question

go to Dometic home page. You should be able to find a manual there.
Johno02 02/18/15 07:24pm Tech Issues
RE: Prescriptions

Word to the wise! Don't get started on prescription prices here in the U.S. because the more you find out, the higher your blood pressure gets. When you start finding out the facts, and finding out where the money is going and why, you have to go out and buy twice as much medicine. Just search around, get the best prices you can. look for and take any prescription help plans that you can get. Remember, the two biggest items on the government budget are Social Security and Medicare, both of which are being ripped off by politics. Then think of the easiest way to reduce both of these items. So, just buy the medicine and starve, or eat, enjoy, and die anyway!
Johno02 02/18/15 06:18pm RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Just noticed

I'm cheap! just send $5.
Johno02 02/18/15 02:34pm Around the Campfire
RE: pull-out trays for pass-thru storage?

We used plastic bins in our 99 Hurricane. Trying to support 4' slides will get expensive. Use individual bins, and a hooked pole to pull them out from either side.
Johno02 02/18/15 01:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Please explain in very simple terms

Looking at ResMed on the internet, looks like they do have 12V adapters. I guess it depends on the particular type machine.
Johno02 02/18/15 10:43am General RVing Issues
RE: Please explain in very simple terms

What type of power does ResMed require?? Do they have 12v adapters for them?? The adapter for my Respironic is just a 12v plug-in. On my older one, it had a input plug for 12v, and a 110v plug. on the new series one, it actually runs on 12v all the time, and has a power brick like a computer.
Johno02 02/18/15 10:34am General RVing Issues
RE: Very Short Term Storage Ideas in Memphis

Either place will be good. We love Tom Sawyer, The nice folks there will make provision for you.
Johno02 02/18/15 09:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Adding Sirius XM Radio where to mount antenna

in overhead cabinet under front cap. run wire up beside windshield under trim strip. Don't need to bother with putting it outside. Just don't have any metal sheeting above it. Works find under fiberglass front cap.
Johno02 02/18/15 08:59am Technology Corner
RE: Please remind me how to start the furnace (seriously).

West Tennessee- Lexington. Supposed to go south to the Gulf Friday. Right not, can't even get across the driveway to the MH door to load up. Even if it was ready to go, I don't think I could get it down the drive without getting in a ditch. Then there are the hills in the subdivision between here ant the outside road. Maybe by the end of the week.
Johno02 02/18/15 07:50am Travel Trailers
RE: Please explain in very simple terms

CPAP on direct 12v uses less power than on inverter. If off-grid, why convert 12v to 110, then back to 12v??
Johno02 02/17/15 08:46pm General RVing Issues
RE: Please explain in very simple terms

Also 20+ years. Have used CPAP all night on two 12v coach batteries with no problem. I do not use humidifier when in RV. Knowing you brand and model of CPAP, plus your pressure number will help with a full answer.
Johno02 02/17/15 08:43pm General RVing Issues
RE: what are the most common things that break?

While on workcamping gig Delta faucet on Kitchen sink started leaking like a fountain. Turned off water and water pump to stop, went to Home Depot for repair kit, and some silicone grease. Repaired with the wrench included in repair kit. Biggest repair while travelling was replacing 27" boat anchor TV with a LED flatscreen. Had to get two neighbors to help get it out due to weight. Garbage dump charged me $15 to take it. If DW had stepped out of car before first weighing, we could have gotten out free. That thing weighed almost as much as she did!
Johno02 02/17/15 07:36pm General RVing Issues
RE: Please remind me how to start the furnace (seriously).

Be aware that if it has not been used for a while, you will probably get a lot of burned dust odor to start with. It should clear quickly, but if not, be sure and check it out. Could have bugs or wasps nests also.
Johno02 02/17/15 07:22pm Travel Trailers
RE: Ideal location for new camping world

Especially considering how bad the one at Strawberry Plains was/is. I think it may have moved further up north, but I would not ever go back again anyway.
Johno02 02/17/15 07:18pm Camping World RV Sales
RE: what are the most common things that break?

Aluminum bed frame broke to pieces on last outing. Went to Home Depot and got plywood sheet cut to fit. Had an extra cut to get it in toad. Couldn't have it fixed till we got home. Carry small tools for small problems, no way to carry everything needed for big problems, so don't even try.
Johno02 02/17/15 07:14pm General RVing Issues
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