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RE: Over heating

Is the fan blade assembly on backwards?
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 11:18am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Replacement tires

All 6 tires on my coach are Hankook. Doing just great. My only complaint is that I am running their largest tire 275/70/22.5 in their AH12 model. I could use a taller tire.
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 11:12am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan Microquiet 4000

There is an adjustment on the carb for elevation. Not sure if this is an issue for you but it was for my friends Onan.
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 07:27am Tech Issues
RE: Atwood Water Heater won't stay lit.

At the end of the burner assembly there is a round metal tab that sticks up in front of the burner tube opening. If that is broken off the flame is not going to burn right and can cause your problem. Also If that tab is in place try taking off your spark electrode assembly it is also you flame recognition circuit. Clean it up with some sandpaper. The slightest bit of rust will prevent the small current from passing through to the control board.
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 07:17am Tech Issues
RE: Date on Propane Tanks

Where can I find out where it says that the permanently mounted propane tank on my Class A does not need to be recertified.
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 07:04am Tech Issues
RE: First night as a full timer

Congratulations I'm jealous. We've got the rig, but we are not old enough yet. If you have the rig, you can workamp (work camp) your way around the country. Age is irrelevant. I'm currently workamping at Adventureland Amusement Park in Des Moines Iowa. There is some pretty young full timers working here.
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 06:48am Full-time RVing
RE: AC Compressor Not Kicking On

if you took out a 60mfd capacitor then a 60 should go back in. A 40 won't have enough a$$ to start it.
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 06:19am General RVing Issues
RE: Lot of water from A/C

If your coil is freezing up then you have other issues. A clogged evaporator coil, or worse yet a refrigerant leak. If you don't have water issues when its raining then you can rule out the gasket.
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 05:59am Class A Motorhomes
RE: right hand lean

I had a bad rear air bag which made it lean to the left. If your air bags are ok and even if you don't have the weight distributed right you should still be able to adjust your leveling valves to compensate. On my coach I have one leveling valve in the front and two in the rear.
Sez Hoo! 05/23/16 05:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas vs Diesel

Speedco is a nationwide Jiffy lube for trucks. They have an app that will tell you the nearest Speedco location.
Sez Hoo! 05/22/16 05:01am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas vs Diesel

On average when I pay for someone to do my oil change 7 Gallons of Rotella T and that includes the coolant additive/filter and two filters on my fuel system I've paid from $250-$375. and that is done about every 7k miles. The air filter is usually good for 30k miles. My last oil change was done outside Denver at a Speedco.
Sez Hoo! 05/21/16 05:20pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Gas vs Diesel

Go with a diesel pusher. There is a reason why an older diesel is about the same price as newer gasers. They last longer work harder and its a lot quieter than gasers
Sez Hoo! 05/20/16 05:51am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Hot water heater

If you have an Atwood there is a switch located on the back of the water heater. Because mine is not very accessible I just leave it on so whenever I have shore power it comes right on. My water heater can run both electric and propane at the same time.
Sez Hoo! 05/18/16 06:14am Class A Motorhomes
RE: where is the furnace located for maintenance

Start tracing your heat vent hoses back to the furnace. In my country coach its in the kitchen under the stove. look for an open return air grill it has to have one to circulate the air.
Sez Hoo! 05/18/16 05:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Cash price on fuel

Get a Pilot/Flying J RV Plus card and you can get $.07 off the cash price. I've been using it for almost 7 years and love it. Down load their app (my pilot) to your phone, you can see fuel prices any where in the country.
Sez Hoo! 05/18/16 05:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Xantrex Inverter

OK so here is the update Just as I started to disconnect the positive cable from the unit I noticed it was very loose. So I tightened it up and everything is working just fine. Lucky me!!!!
Sez Hoo! 05/16/16 01:11pm Tech Issues
RE: Fueling a DP

The pilot and flying j card also gives you $.10 off each gallon of propane too.
Sez Hoo! 05/15/16 07:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fueling a DP

Loves loyalty card is designed for truckers. You accumulate points that can be used for free coffee or showers. There is no discount on fuel like at Pilot & Flying J
Sez Hoo! 05/15/16 07:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A/C or de-humidifier?

When I only had AC the temperature would be down but there was so much humidity that the motor home was clammy and very uncomfortable. The best thing I ever did was buy a dehumidifier. Now I stay cool and dry. When there is more humidity than heat that will happen or if your a/c is oversized. It will lower the temp quickly but not run long enough to remove the water vapor in the air.
Sez Hoo! 05/14/16 06:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: A/C or de-humidifier?

The A/C will use more energy trying to dehumidify as well as cool. It takes less energy to lower air temp than it does for an air conditioner to convert the humidity in the air to a liquid and drain off your evaporator coil and then to the outside. It sounds counter productive but I assure you its not. Dehumidifiers use a lot less energy than the A/C and is designed for one purpose and that is to remove moisture from the air. Running both will in the long run use less energy than if you would just let your A/C run 24/7 and you will be more comfortable in the process. I spent a lot of time in College doing the numbers on this.
Sez Hoo! 05/13/16 08:39am Class A Motorhomes
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