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RE: If you're going to fail obedience class - do it big!

Loved the video. Golden's are totally food oriented. Beautiful dog but our vet would have a fit when seeing his weight. We tried saying Daisy was just fluffy but that didn't fly.
bdpreece 11/21/14 10:26am RV Pet Stop
RE: Tire Feathering after alignment

Just a thought but; when you had it aligned was the coach fully loaded including water tank etc. I once had a new coach eat a set of front tires in a little more than a thousand miles. Dealer said it had been aligned empty when built and that after loading I should have had it re-aligned.
bdpreece 11/20/14 10:45am Class C Motorhomes
RE: In a bind Need Furnace Help

Others may have a better idea but I think the first thing I would do is jumper around the thermostat and see if it keeps running.
bdpreece 11/17/14 10:02pm Travel Trailers
RE: Fantastic Fan question

No, the rain sensor will be useless. X2
bdpreece 11/14/14 07:13pm Travel Trailers
RE: campground memberships

Craig's List
bdpreece 11/14/14 12:27am Coast to Coast
RE: slide out help on holiday rambler

This actually should be a very easy fix. If you are not mechanically inclined you may want to just take the coach to a service center or at some point you have to do something for your self. You need to actually crawl into the compartment where the gear is and watch it while someone actuates the slide. At the point where things go from turning to not turning there will be either a bolt or sheer pin that is broken. Just remove the broken part and replace it. If you are not comfortable with this have a service company take care of it.
bdpreece 11/03/14 12:20am Toy Haulers
RE: place to camp between needles, ca and blythe, ca

If you are just looking for an overnight boondocking site try this
bdpreece 11/02/14 07:26pm Roads and Routes
RE: slide out help on holiday rambler

" the bar turns under the slide but the large gear like wheel does not" You will have either a bolt or shear pin through the gear or shaft which you broke off when you jammed it.
bdpreece 11/02/14 11:12am Toy Haulers
RE: 2003 Discovery electrical problem

The Xantrex was what I had the wire nut problem with. Look between the two AC lines input/output lines and you will see an inspection plate that can be removed. Pull the plate and check the connections. Make sure you are disconnected from all power first though.
bdpreece 11/02/14 10:06am Tech Issues
RE: 2003 Discovery electrical problem

Think I would start at the inverter. Check for a fuse/breaker on the inverter itself. On my last coach all power actually ran through the inverter whether on shore,gen, or battery. If no bad fuse/breaker meter the output of the inverter. I actually had a wire nut come loose inside the inverter and a wire came unhooked.
bdpreece 11/01/14 06:51pm Tech Issues
RE: what should my puppy chew

Maybe something like this would work for you. Kong treat dispensing chew toy You can just add treats when you want to.
bdpreece 10/31/14 10:05am RV Pet Stop
RE: ? for old Millenicom now going to Verizon

I had also seen where some were getting it for $89.99 but when I called yesterday they would only offer me the $99.99 option. I am waiting for the bill to see what I really pay since I am registered with Verizon as a military veteran which gives me a 15% discount on my bill. Suspect after taxes etc. it will be pretty much the same as what I paid Millenicom.
bdpreece 10/30/14 02:16pm Technology Corner
RE: Anyone ever find holding tank vent pipes leaking?

On my last coach the vent pipe did not exit the roof so odors would come in through the air conditioning vents. Have also heard of others where the pipe has dropped down into the tank causing this same type of problem. Only way I found mine was I removed the vent cover to replace it with a Camco Cyclone vent.
bdpreece 10/29/14 07:19pm Tech Issues
RE: Need HELP! My faucet is broke...

You need to remove the two (red/blue) supply lines. The nuts with the tabs holding the faucet against the underside of the counter top will then untwist off of the faucet's threaded supply pipes. Bingo...give this man a cigar!...dont know why some are saying to cut the lines! X3 You may have to pull down on the red and blue lines while you unscrew the connectors but they will come off. Then and only then can you remove the upper plastic knobs.
bdpreece 10/25/14 11:25pm Travel Trailers
RE: KM Resorts - what is going on??

Suspect this is a lot of BS just to get you to agree to a meeting where they will try to get you to upgrade your membership to a more expensive one. These type of scams have been going on as long as campground membership have been sold. Most times the people holding the meetings are not even directly employed by the company they claim to represent. Expect to hear things like "frozen dues" "earlier reservations" etc. We are members of three different membership campground chains and have received similar letters from each one however the part about coming to your home is something new. Then again these guys work on commission so no different than any other door to door salesman.
bdpreece 10/18/14 02:58pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: I-15 Overnight Spot Between Barstow/Vegas?

We just stayed behind Buffalo Bills Casino in Primm NV right at the state line. When you get off the freeway turn right at the light and go around and to the back of the casino. Lots of room and if you park away from the trucks pretty quiet.
bdpreece 10/17/14 10:54am Roads and Routes
RE: Pink antifreeze turned purple

Any chance you have a carbon water filter in the line. Had one fail once and it turned my water black. Pink and black might show as purple.
bdpreece 10/14/14 12:04pm Beginning RVing
RE: Rodent wiring destructon in Terra

Just a suggestion but before you get too carried away you might consider getting an inspection camera that you can stick through a small hole in the wall and see whats back there. You can find them pretty cheap at Harbor Freight
bdpreece 10/13/14 11:12am General RVing Issues
RE: New Toad?

Towing a 2014 Ford Explorer after replacing our 08 Explorer this spring. Biggest pain seems to be that we never experienced any problem with dead battery with the 08. The 14 just has too much electronics drawing on the battery and even though the manual says stop every six hours and start the engine I have found that is way too long and the battery will be dead. Finally broke down and added a dedicated charge line from the coach to the toad. The 14 is easier to set up for towing as it no longer needs to have the neutral tow switch installed. Ours is a key model rather than a push button start so I just put the transmission in neutral and turn the key to the #1 position. Watch which model you buy though as I believe the eco boost model is not towable.
bdpreece 10/09/14 01:21pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Hwy I-5 winter travel questions - Vancouver to Palm Springs

Oregon chain laws are very explicit. Carry chains for both the tow vehicle and also the trailer and use them if directed or face a pretty hefty fine. You can read more Here In Oregon your major passes on I5 to watch out for are Sexton Pass North of Grants Pass and naturally the Siskiyou's South of Ashland into California. The next area to watch is from Weed Ca South almost to Redding. After that it is clear sailing. We carry chains to meet the law but usually just lay over if it really looks like it is going to get bad.
bdpreece 10/08/14 04:52pm Roads and Routes
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