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RE: Brand new RV'er

Type first, floor plan second, overall condition third, serious inspection for leaks and everything working fourth. Are you thinking towable or self propelled?
donn0128 04/26/17 03:57pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: New Hot water Heater

Depending on location should only take you maybe an hour or so. Turn off gas, remove water lines from the back, unscrew the front flange and remove. Pull old one out. Swap the water and gas fittings. Slide the new one back in, connect everything and test.
donn0128 04/26/17 03:53pm Tech Issues

Hi Bob, Generally speaking from what I have seen there are two sizes of RV ovens, small and smaller. You neex to pull your old one out and measure the cutout. If you have the smaller one, you might check and see if you can cut a bit and get the small one in.
donn0128 04/26/17 09:48am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Our first trek in the RV. Bring the Dog? Yes or No?

If she is a barker, leave her home. Nothing worse for other campers than to have to listen to a yapping dog stuck in someones RV all day.
donn0128 04/26/17 09:32am RV Pet Stop
RE: Camping in the Rain

You will want to remove as much as possible before moving the slides. That is one good reason for slide toppers.
donn0128 04/26/17 09:30am General RVing Issues
RE: fridge fail

Most folks seems like have been buying a Samsung refer as a replacement with good results.
donn0128 04/26/17 09:28am Tech Issues
RE: Shower door adjustment

Worn out hinges or door frame out of square. Push up on outer bottom. My wife tends to push down on the top of the door, Ill bet someone in your household does the same thing. Remember, these frames are only held together by one screw at each corner, so they move very easily.
donn0128 04/26/17 09:25am Forum Technical Support
RE: Verizon vios internet

BTW its FIOS Your high speed internet is going to be over a 3G or 4G wireless network. Good enough for reading email surfing the web, and MAYBE stream a mpvie. But the cost of cell based data is going to be prohivitive. What is your intent for FIOS?
donn0128 04/25/17 04:48pm Technology Corner
RE: tire blow out

If you insist on ST tires despite all the negative comments over the years, Salune or Maxxis seem to be the best.
donn0128 04/25/17 10:38am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Replacing pinstripping and graphics on RV

Hire a mobile graphics shop to do it for you.
donn0128 04/24/17 04:31pm General RVing Issues
RE: 10 gal suburban DSI water heater won't start

Then its quite possibly your out of gas. Try lighting the top burners of the stove.
donn0128 04/24/17 04:24pm Tech Issues
RE: North coast with out reservations

State parks will already be booked solid from mid May to well after Labor day. Private parks will also be pretty full.
donn0128 04/24/17 04:00pm General RVing Issues
RE: 10 gal suburban DSI water heater won't start

Did you purge the gas lines prior to attempting to light the WH? Did you leave the propane tanks on?
donn0128 04/24/17 03:58pm Tech Issues
RE: Where to get this gasket/seal?

Vinyl insert. Sold at most real RV parts stores. Various colors. Sold by the foot.
donn0128 04/24/17 01:59pm Tech Issues
RE: Trip Planning

Per federal law all federal highways have a minimum height. Truck stops sell books that list any restrictions. A good GPS that has trucker settings can also help.
donn0128 04/24/17 07:03am Beginning RVing
RE: Looking at moving to a 5th wheel

Montana is owned by Thor. Not the most stellar of reputations. But Montana has been number one volume sellers for several years, so somebody likes them. If you really want an idea of how each hold up, look at used ones. I ammpartian to Cedar Creeks for their outatanding customer service.
donn0128 04/23/17 07:16pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: Leaky kitchen faucet

Throw it in the garbage, buy a decent faucet at your favorite big box store and go happy.
donn0128 04/23/17 05:45pm Tech Issues
RE: Question on NEW Truck? 2500 vs 3500 Long and Short beds?

No matter what brand you choose long bed 3500 is by far your best choice. Long bed for more storage. No need to drop the tail gate to load a stack of studs or sheets of plywood. 3500 for the additional load carrying capacity.
donn0128 04/23/17 12:30pm Truck Campers
RE: What would cause...

Bent axles, mis aligned axles, grossly overloaded, failed spring packs any and all could cause the problem.
donn0128 04/23/17 06:49am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Never heard of a warranty like this

Newby not listening to what he is being told. All to common for people as they get older and refuse to get hearing aids. Or possibly talk morw than listen.
donn0128 04/22/17 03:39pm Beginning RVing
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