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RE: OTA TV connections

Old Biscuit explained it but can you tell us what antenna you bought? If you bought a Jack for example it is a direct plug and play head.
YC 1 04/23/15 03:21pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Batwing, amplifier, AC power?

Jack antenna This antenna comes with a power inserter and mount to put it on a pole. I have one on my RV and one on a pvc mast on a shop for the house. Works great. I live between Orlando and Tampa and receive dozens of channels.
YC 1 04/22/15 07:03pm Technology Corner
RE: Steering Box Slack Adjustment

TRW adjustment If you have a TRW here is an excellent video
YC 1 04/22/15 05:05am Class A Motorhomes

new covers I just replaced two of mine. Excellent quality. Mine were only about 8 yrs. I could have sewn them and squeaked a few more years but they were sagging and looking rather worn.
YC 1 04/18/15 03:20pm Tech Issues
RE: cookware

Probably will not work unless it says induction rated. My nice Farberware do not work on mine.
YC 1 04/14/15 05:55pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Need help on using old D-Link router as WAP

new router Time to replace old routers with one good one and find a gain antenna for it on the site. If this one does not give you complete coverage just buy one more and set it up as a repeater. They are incredibly easy to setup.
YC 1 04/14/15 09:44am Technology Corner
RE: So confused I was stranded

The cleaning and polishing of the battery cables etc is my suggestion too. Batteries would not cause the intermittent issue and the voltages you are seeing are good. Turn your battery switches off and on too. They may need some exercise.
YC 1 04/14/15 05:53am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Got shocked while washing trailer

Search for Hot Skin on rv. Lots of reasons can contribute but using an extension cord is a sure fire way to get a hot skin if not done correctly.
YC 1 04/13/15 01:22pm Tech Issues
RE: Safety Gas Cans

That is brilliant. Looks like tomorrows project for sure. I have spilled more gas and had it shoot out from those so called safety cans.
YC 1 04/13/15 01:21pm Tech Issues
RE: I-4 in Orlando

It can be a parking lot at any time. Construction or accidents. Just be patient and you will get through.
YC 1 04/11/15 08:39pm Roads and Routes
RE: Diesel MH with Allison 6 sp Auto

Quoting the manual. When calling a towing company for service, it is recommended to use a lowboy/landall type of trailer. If a tow truck is used it needs to have a support arm that goes under the motorhome and secures to the front axel. Inform the tow company of the axle weightst and total weight of the motorhome. Do not tow from the rear with the wheels off the ground because it would put too much weight on the front axel.
YC 1 04/11/15 07:24am Tech Issues
RE: Help - Lost all 12V in house!

Ok, I'm working now. Checked everything as indicated above. No luck. I turned off the house battery disconnect switch in the battery bay and turned in back on and everything is working. So, gurus... This is the first time that has happened since the coach was new. Anybody got a clue? What are the symptoms of my house batteries going bad? Would assume dim lights when not on shore power but what else? This is a common problem on the HR/Monaco line. There is a large black solenoid in the front run bay that acts up. It is controlled by the switch near the entry which you tried. Turning the batteries off and on probably allowed it to reconnect. Again, this is a very common problem. So common in fact that many people just bypass it. I bypassed mine after accidently having it shut off and leaving the fur babies inside. With the switch off the air conditioners do not work. The front run bay is the box below the driver in the outside compartment. Open it up and look toward the bottom left for a large black solenoid. That is the pest. Salesman Switch Do a search for "Salesman Switch" and you will find pages of information on how to address it.
YC 1 04/11/15 07:14am Tech Issues
RE: Does this sound okay? Lassen/Redwoods plans

Lava Beds Some interesting Indian history in this park just North of Lassen that is worth a day at least. The Lava flows make some beautiful caves that can be explored. The park supplied helmets and flashlights when we went many years ago. With that length of TT you will be able to find many places to stay. I really miss our shorter RV's. Childs Meadows was a great campground very close to one of Lassen's entrances.
YC 1 04/10/15 06:42pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: CB radio

No you do not based on your reason for changing it out. If you get similar range then no worries.
YC 1 04/09/15 01:44pm Technology Corner
RE: Foot not big enough

The OP has indicated his problem is that in order to depress and hold the pedal while driving, his foot has to be completely off the floor. This is awkward, uncomfortable, and tiring. I'm not sure how a pedal extender will improve this. While the extender brings the pedal closer to the driver, it moves the pedal further away from the floor - meaning the OP will still have to hold his foot completely off the floor in order to depress and hold the pedal. Because my pedal extenders hang 2 inches below the pedal and allow my heel to rest on the floor. The pictures in my link are not great.
YC 1 04/05/15 02:42pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Foot not big enough

Pedal Mate Pedal Extenders Take a look at these.
YC 1 04/05/15 08:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Wifi a dream pipe

If the water hose supplying water to 100 folks is only a 1/2 inch hose you won't get much available to each person. As mentioned, rural parks and even those that seem to be in the heart of things may not have the Volume of bandwidth available. It can cost tens of thousands to set up an area to satisfy all the wimpy Wi-Fi devices surrounded by metal skins on rv's.
YC 1 04/04/15 08:36am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Wifi a dream pipe

Does wind affect radio waves? It costs a lot to have a good public wi-fi system. Also the proper bandwith needed isn't generally available in rural areas where RV parks tend to hang out. I will answer your question about wind and radio waves. Yes it can. Moving leaves on trees and bushes can block signals. As a two way radio technician monitoring radio traffic you can tell when a mobile unit is driving by orchards due to the "picket fence" effect. Of course the vehicle is moving in the scenario and not the trees or leaves.
YC 1 04/04/15 08:32am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Advice on leaving California

Native Kalifornians here. Left Florida in 2013 for Florida. We have a mail forwarding service in Pensacola Fl. American Home Base. They have tons of information on how what when etc. They provide a physical address which helped. Sold our house, already had the RV. Do take your time doing extensive research on the sales tax thing. If you take delivery in Calif you may be stuck. Hmmm, you might want to fly to Florida to pick up your new RV which will bring revenue to my new state of residence. Then drive it back at your leisure to break it in.
YC 1 04/04/15 08:27am Full-time RVing
RE: Burned Diesel Pusher

I spent some time in Colaws salvage yard, and was amazed at how many DP'ers were there due to fire. The burn area was either the kitchen or engine bay. It was about 5 to every one gasser. The very opposite of what I would have thought. Been there too. I suspect from the engine area fires it was the transfer switch in the electrical area. With many long term/full time rvers in Diesels the ratio does not surprise me.
YC 1 04/04/15 08:16am Class A Motorhomes
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