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RE: Electrical

I agree it's not the autoformer. Remove the autoformer and see if the problem persists. If it does, start the trouble shooting process with the circuit breakers and GFCIs. The circuit breakers on the inverter are hard to spot if you don't know what you're looking for. Usually they are simply small button breakers. Look closely as they are easily overlooked.....Dennis
Executive 07/22/16 01:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dash Radio's Motor Homes

We've NEVER used the radio. Don't even know if it works. DW and I talk while we travel so we don't use it..two minutes of song and 20 minutes of drivel....Dennis
Executive 07/22/16 12:58pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Carefree of Colorado

The only way I know of is to drill out the rivets. It's not an easy one person job. I had all mine replaced due to tornado damage a couple years ago by a mobile person who changed them in the campground. After drilling out the rivets, he used SS screws in case I needed to tighten or replace them in the future.....Dennis
Executive 07/22/16 12:55pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Stop engine indacator

Spend the money to have it checked correctly or pay the piper later. While it might be something simple, it might just as well be something important. Get yourself a code reader or pay someone else who has one to read the codes. I would question the validity of a "Mobil mechanic did not have an diagnosis machine available to check for code diplay." ANY mobile mechanic worth his salt has the most basic working tools of his trade and a code reader is one of those BASIC tools. Heck, many of us on here are not even mechanics and we own them. Good luck....Dennis
Executive 07/22/16 12:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do you name your baggage compartments?

I named only one...I called it "F^&*" when I hit my head on the extended slide above it...took a week before I could have the staples taken out....:B:B....Dennis
Executive 07/21/16 12:19pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Residential Fridge Misc. Topics

We simply use a bungee to secure both the up top doors. The freezer door stays shut by itself....Dennis
Executive 07/21/16 12:16pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: 12VDC Replacement Bulbs

I agree with Mr. Wizard. The reason for the gloves, (cotton ones) are to prevent the oils from your hands from getting on the bulbs. The oils shorten the life of the bulb....so I've been told, I have not personally done that research...:W.....Dennis
Executive 07/21/16 10:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Residential vs Repair RV Fridge

Executive,,,, I read your write-up on your Samsaung install. You said the weight of it was around 450 lbs (loaded). I think the Samsung 17.5 cu.ft. is only 230 lbs. (actually lighter than the Norcold @244lbs). Do you have that much food with you are did you get a different model fridge? I know you're a full timer but over 200 lbs is still a lot of food. My wife is Italian....need I say more...????:B:B:B:B.....Dennis
Executive 07/20/16 12:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Residential vs Repair RV Fridge

I replaced the cooling unit when mine failed with the Amish one. While the result was originally satisfactory the performance of the Norcold just didn't match up with my expectations. When the ice maker failed, I yanked it, gave it to a friend and went with the Samsung. I'm in my third year with it and am totally satisfied. We are full timers so it gets used all the time. Freezer is at -2 and box is at 38 constantly. I installed it myself but had help in bringing it into the coach. We removed the living room emergency window and brought it in thru the side. Removed the Norcold the same way....Dennis Samsung Install
Executive 07/16/16 09:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Splendide 2100XC Wash/Dry Times

I wash a load before bed while watching TV. After that I go to sleep and let the dryer do it's thing. Clothes are dry when I get up in the morning.....Dennis
Executive 07/02/16 02:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Experience Switching from Michelin XRV to XZE

Didn't notice any difference but mine are 315/80R/22.5....Dennis
Executive 07/02/16 01:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Arizona pack rat problems?

Don't forget about the scorpions too. They can get into holes mice cannot..they like dark spaces so light can be your friend.....Dennis
Executive 07/02/16 01:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do you travel on the 4TH July weekend

Not if we can help it....:E......Dennis
Executive 07/02/16 01:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: National Park- Motorhome legnth?

Our coach is 45', 65' total with toad. We've been to most of the National Parks and NFC without any problems. If in doubt call the rangers at the park of your choice. At 31' you'll not have any problems at 90% of all California State Parks. Most of what you've heard is BS. You'll not fit into Doheny for sure but most other parks are easy in and out. Roads around the campground are the issues, not the size of the sites. Most of the Ca. SP brochures are way out of date. For instance, Folsom Lake in Norcal shows 31' maximum size yet we've stayed there many times. Their longest site is around 70' pull thru, slightly larger than 31'..:W....Go, camp and enjoy your rig.....Dennis
Executive 07/02/16 01:45am Class A Motorhomes
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Executive 06/30/16 05:23pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Up date on no power to oulets

Please simply edit your ORIGINAL post. Often ppl subscribe to that post and will never see your update when you post it as a new post. Open your original thread, click on edit and you can edit everything including the title....Dennis
Executive 06/26/16 12:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Washer/dryer combo

For less than $1000 one can buy a Splendide which is designed to go in an RV. Used they run about half that or less. IMO, Craigslist will net her less than $300 for it. I know I wouldn't pay more than that....depending on condition of course. For $300 it would have to be pretty pristine...BTW, ventless is the less desirable unit as the vented ones will dry much better with less humidity in the coach....Good luck.....Dennis
Executive 06/26/16 12:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Exhaust fan on Microwave/convection oven ??

Mine vents outside. I have a regular vent cover. Irritates the neighbors when DW is baking chocolate chip cookies....:B....Dennis
Executive 06/21/16 12:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: What to buy in a used Diesel

Cumming is a City in Georgia....:W....Dennis
Executive 06/21/16 12:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Highway 12 between Yakima and I5

My experience has been...if it's a State Highway, it's maintained and driveable. We've found this to be true nationwide. County roads are a different animal, but State Hwys adhere to a higher standard. I would not hesitate to take my rig on any State Hwy...and yes, we've taken 12 several times......Dennis.
Executive 06/19/16 10:55am Class A Motorhomes
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