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RE: Camping World headaches

Its just like teemagers already know, "Just Say NO". Then go to a reputable dealer and get the same one you liked.
Johno02 09/17/14 09:18am Camping World Service and Installation
RE: H2O pump dual duty?

We do it all the time for showers to get the increased water pressure and flow. FW Tank fills from city water connection, so it is no problem to just turn valve to refill fresh water tank if necessary.
Johno02 09/17/14 09:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: How long does warrantee work take going on 3 months!

Welcome to CW!!! Beyond me why anyone would buy from them or expect service from a CW dealer. Now that you have joined the ranks of RVing, listen and be warned! Poor service and problems are the reason that many dealers with good service won't service anything bought at CW sales. Too many problems, and no honor with so called waranties.
Johno02 09/17/14 09:09am Camping World RV Sales
RE: What Garmin GPS Model?

Try to get this years model, we got the NUVI 65LMT and really like it. There is a new 66LMT, but I can't see any difference. Be sure and get lifetime free updates on whatever you get. We like to NUVI 65 because of the large screen size is much better in the RV.
Johno02 09/17/14 08:05am Technology Corner
RE: free rv parking near bristol virginia?

Lakeview RV park, Bluff City, TN. West side of Bristol. Not free, but very good for Passport America members. Voted best campground several years, easy to get to off I-81, east to get a rig into and out of. Mostly pull-thrus, so east to just pull in, and easy out the nest day. Clean, and safe. Have stayed there several times for overnights. Recommend highly! Especially at PassPoft America prices!
Johno02 09/13/14 06:07pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Televisions in the winter

Mine survives OK, but I would recommend that you bring up the temperature in the rig before turning them on at first. Probably would be OK, but sounds like a good idea.
Johno02 09/12/14 03:50pm General RVing Issues
RE: VEC1093DBD replacement fan?

If you have to take it apart anyway, try a drop of very thin oil, such as reel of sewing machine oil. Might keep it going for a bit longer. There is usually a exposed bearing under the paper sticker. Just don't overdo it.
Johno02 09/09/14 10:01am Tech Issues
RE: Palo Dura Canyon

We stayed at the Mesquite campground, but the others looked good also. Just check your brakes well before starting down. Some of the views from the cab of a Class A on the way down will be impressive. And in a big fifth-wheel pushing you down makes an impression also. Couple of hairpin curves.
Johno02 09/06/14 09:00pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: state parks in Texas

I think the fishing thing is one of the greatest things for state parks. Too bad that other states can't understand that. I preach it a lot, and hear some of the silliest excuses, all which come back to money-grabbers. They don't want visitors fishing in their states! Most state parks you have to pay more for a water-side campsite, but can't do anything but sit and look.
Johno02 09/06/14 05:59pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: state parks in Texas

Do Texas State Parks still let registered campers fish without a state license?? I will all the states would do this.
Johno02 09/06/14 04:06pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Staying at Walmarts and such

That's the reason that dump valves and drains are on the street side,rather than the curb side. Its visible from the road side. and if you park over a curb drain on that side, then you have to exit the door into the street. I know it sounds bad, but if the dumps were on the curb side, there would be a lot of dirty curbs. And there are a lot that still just pull up to a dump station or curb drain, and just let it all fly. Big expensive rigs have remote electric valves, driver doesn't even have to get out. and usually doesn't!
Johno02 09/06/14 03:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Turn signal blink frequency

Move the new bulb to the other side, and see if the problem moves with it. If it does, then get another new one and replace both. Could be a difference due to the age of the bulbs. New ones may not have the same resistance characteristics as the old ones. Let us know what you find out.
Johno02 09/05/14 07:22pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Jack Kerouac, How many have even heard of him?

I remember him, and the book. I may just check it out and read it again, its been a long time.
Johno02 09/05/14 07:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Staying at Walmarts and such

The problem with staying at campgrounds is that there are seldom any in the area where you need to stop. Good idea if you can plan ahead and make reservations, but a lot of us don't have the wherwithall to do that. We just have to do the best we can with what we have. 24-hour Walmarts are OK, but always go inside and ask first. Likewise, Cracker Barrels, and some truck stops. Pay attention to parking lot etiquette.
Johno02 09/05/14 07:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Black Tank Won't Empty

Houston, we have a problem!
Johno02 09/05/14 07:50am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Hydraulic Jacks

We think so. Although ours is a small class A, wouldn't have anything without them.
Johno02 09/04/14 09:07pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: egg ring?

We do it all the time! And ours are better than mickeyd's. look for one of these at Walmart BB&B, or at Amazon. Even at some larger Groceries. Egg cooker We use the larger frozen sausage patties, put one in and MW for a bit, then add and egg, break the yoke, and cook about a minute. Dump out onto a muffin ir bun add a slice of cheese, and serve! Total less than 5 minutes.
Johno02 09/04/14 09:03pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Tenn.Rt.411, Sevierville to Maryville ??

Not sure about 411, but don't even think about 321.
Johno02 09/04/14 08:54pm Roads and Routes
RE: A/B Switch for Sat/Cable

no, Not in the cable from the sat receiver to the dish. Yes, in the cable from the receiver and the cabletv coax.
Johno02 09/04/14 09:32am Technology Corner
RE: disadvantage of having MoHo parked in driveway.

Just a bit aside, Last year I had to replace our dour light on the MH, so installed a Starlite motion sensor LED light. It works well, comes on when anything outside the MH moves, and with it parked at home, it comes on whenever we open the garage door, or move around in our driveway outside the MH. Nice product, and so far it is working well. I am planning on adjusting the amount of time it stays on.
Johno02 09/03/14 12:03pm Class A Motorhomes
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