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RE: Another Ready Break Question

What you don't want is your brake cables to break. That said, you also don't want them to be too short that they bind somewhere along the line. Most cables are long enough. New safety cables are less than $50. Buy new ones and they will last you a lifetime...also buy the ReadySTOP while you're shopping. It's for everyone's safety...both items together will cost you less than 46 cents/day.....Dennis http://i.imgur.com/8IZZcOXl.jpg http://i.imgur.com/BKZuCNql.jpg
Executive 11/25/15 09:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco blinking "Warning" light

Jim, like you, I drained a bit of fuel out when my WIF light came on. Looked ok so I bundled it back up but the light came back on. I ended up draining about a half gallon and found lots of junk in it. Now I don't let the tank get below half tank. Live and learn.....Dennis
Executive 11/24/15 09:17pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sidewall Problems/"Gassing"/Checking of Paint

They are most likely Owens Corning. My 2009 was built in 2008 with Owens Corning fiberglass. Tiffin replaced all of my sidewalls in 2014 at no charge to me other than getting to and from Red Bay from NV. IMO, Thor and Tiffin are worlds apart...plus his coach is twice as old as yours....Dennis
Executive 11/24/15 09:02pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Door entry code reset

Did you get your door fixed????:h:h:h
Executive 11/23/15 10:05pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco blinking "Warning" light

From what you described, my guess is water in fuel. Might have to change your fuel filters. It'll be interesting to see what, if any, error codes show up. When you bled your fuel tank that low, you probably sucked up all the junk and water/condensation from the bottom of the tank. BOL...Dennis
Executive 11/23/15 09:51pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco blinking "Warning" light

Normally, on Monacos, after the red blinking light flashes, there is a message displayed indicating why the light was on. Often it's difficult to see so watch it closely...the alternative is to call Monaco. They are very helpful...1-800-509-3417....Dennis
Executive 11/23/15 09:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A help

Sounds like someone decided to "rename" their coach when they had it repainted. A 2001 that's been repainted may warrant some really close inspection, especially if it's low mileage.....Dennis
Executive 11/21/15 11:28am Class A Motorhomes
RE: DeMartini Sales-Service-Grass Valley, CA

Yeah! They wanted to sell me a newer coach. Said they'd take my old one on trade. Talking about a price, they said they'd wholesale it and offer me whatever they got. Sort of like a blank check. Most likely he could have heard me laughing several blocks away....doofus....Dennis
Executive 11/18/15 09:43pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Needles Highway Black Hills South Dakota

I'd be happy to try it...just with someone else's rig..:W. It is an interesting road though..worthy of it's name....Dennis
Executive 11/17/15 10:04am Roads and Routes
RE: incontinence/bladder control

1. See your doctor. There are solutions. 2. Plan your trips so you can stop every hour or so. 3. Stopping to check your rig every hour wouldn't be that big of a deal. At 68 it's time to start enjoying the simple pleasures in life. Slow down a bit. 4. Do what the truckers do...just don't toss them onto the highway..:W We travel no more than three hours on travel days. Stay off Interstates and use State Hwys. They are almost as nice, sometimes better and small towns litter the highway making frequent stops easier. You'll see more doing it this way as well. With over 80,000 miles on our coach, it's seen maybe 10k on the Interstate....Dennis
Executive 11/17/15 09:49am RVing with Disabilities and General Health Issues
RE: Is this damage worth reporting to Insurance?

My apologies for the ERROR in my post. Yes, I was referring to the ReadySTOP, and extra safety feature. Unfortunately, Night Shift Auto refers to the ReadyBRAKE and the READYBRUTE as the same when they are not. Too many "ready"s....:). The key type lock can become disengaged if it's not locked completely even though it LOOKS like it is. The small collar that locks it in place is, IMHO not large enough. The lock is a good idea but I'd like to see the added protection of a pin. Stay away from the cheap Chinese pins....Dennis
Executive 11/17/15 09:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Leaving this forum, I've seen enough.

Effy, over the years, we've agreed and we've disagreed. Mostly though I've found your insight to be helpful to many RVrs. Sometimes a break is all that is needed....I know I've posted more than a few times without thinking...but, it's your decision. Best of luck with whatever road you take. Safe travels...Dennis
Executive 11/17/15 09:33am Around the Campfire
RE: electric blankets, $50, $150, $250, $$$$??

No one worries about EMFs like they did a few years ago....:W....Dennis
Executive 11/17/15 01:10am Tech Issues
RE: Campsite Mass Murder Today in Texas

The trailer was parked alongside a residence. The suspect is a neighbor. No campground involved. Too early to say if drugs/druggies were involved, but it does sound like some sort of dispute. 4 men 1 woman killed, 1 woman escaped and called 911.....Dennis
Executive 11/17/15 01:06am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Is this damage worth reporting to Insurance?

Obviously the ReadyBrake was NOT hooked up correctly. The ReadyBrake cable attaches to the FRAME of the towed vehicle and to the FRAME of the towing vehicle. If the towed vehicle becomes separated from the towing vehicle the small aluminum spacer snaps and the towed vehicle stops in it's tracks. I would say it's operator error that allowed the two vehicles to come together. Insurance is the only way to go....Dennis
Executive 11/17/15 01:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bizarre holding tank problem! It fills up on its own!

I'm really at a loss here. It isn't a problem here in Florida because I can just dump it on the sandy ground, but I can't travel like this. I thought it was illegal to dump your grey water on the ground in Florida....:h:h:h
Executive 11/16/15 11:17am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Door entry code reset

Depending on how your system is set up, your master user code will unlock the coach. Adding another digit will allow you to unlock your compartments. This is how most systems are set up. If you are waiting three minutes for the beep to sound, the system has reset and it won't work. Everything must be done within two minutes. After the four beeps, enter 1-1-1-9 and listen for the three beeps. You should hear them within 5 SECONDS. I would simply enter 1119 count to three and enter my new code. Wait another 10-15 seconds and try it. Here is a link to the manual....Dennis
Executive 11/16/15 12:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rats!

I would set a bunch, and I mean a bunch of glue traps along the walls and baseboards of the house. Rats don't like the open and travel mainly along the walls for protection. Use a length of fishing line, preferably braided, not monofilament, attached to the glue traps so you can pull them out as needed without crawling under the home. Rats are afraid of anything new so you might want to put them out for a few days before exposing the glue. I would put out a dozen or so glue traps on say Monday and on Friday, go back and expose the glue. After the weekend, I'd pull them all out replace them with new and dispose of your catch. Repeat as necessary. You won't 'scare' them out ! Mothballs and peppermint won't work...and if there are babies under there, nothing short of catching them will get rid of them. They will protect their young....good luck...Dennis
Executive 11/15/15 12:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Norcold 1200 LRIM not cooling on fresh side on propane

Executive 11/15/15 11:47am Tech Issues
RE: Bizarre holding tank problem! It fills up on its own!

And I thought New Yorkers were strange...:E....:)..Dennis
Executive 11/15/15 10:20am Class A Motorhomes
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