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RE: plug failures

Ditto on opening and inspecting. If they did not get tightened properly you have resistance. Resistance causes heat to build up.
YC 1 11/23/15 12:17am Tech Issues
RE: Monaco blinking "Warning" light

Have you had any strange regeneration issues? Those are expensive if not treated right away.
YC 1 11/23/15 12:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Monaco blinking "Warning" light

If you have the computer information display scroll down to diagnostics and look for an error code.
YC 1 11/23/15 12:09am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery wiring diagram

Guess I have gone brain dead. Nope, I did go brain dead. Looked like two 6 volters in series. I have experienced batteries exploding. Not fun.
YC 1 11/21/15 03:13pm Tech Issues
RE: 12v led wiring

I installed a 12 volt motion sensor available on ebay. Two wires in, two wires out. Now I don't have to fuss with switches or forget to turn them off. You could install two sensor off the same 12 volt supply source. I use led strips in the pass through so it lights up well.
YC 1 11/20/15 10:15am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: Opinions on Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

I have used them and they work well. I believe your roof is fiberglass so a pressure washer will help a lot too.
YC 1 11/17/15 06:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: electrical, is 13.4 volts normal?

I have two GC2 6 volts in series for 12v. When the furnace in running without being connected to shore power, my voltage reading often drops below 12v until the furnace shuts down, then returns to the original charge which, when full, is 12.7-8. You can only get accurate battery voltage readings with no charging or no load for a period of time. I would check the specific gravity. The heater draws 6-8 amps and should not pull the voltage down so far.
YC 1 11/16/15 01:33pm Fifth-Wheels
RE: electrical, is 13.4 volts normal?

I think your clue is that it did not sound right when you put it back in. It was bad from the start. You do need to make the measurement with it running so there is a proper load on the wire.
YC 1 11/16/15 08:02am Fifth-Wheels
RE: Onan diesel generator won't crank, it only clicks

Does new member mean new to you rv? As suggested, if this is your first time with a diesel generator this is normal during the glow plug warm up time. It can take much longer than you would think before it cranks.The preheat time could be as much as 15 seconds. This is the time before the starter even begins to crank the engine.
YC 1 11/15/15 05:56am Tech Issues
RE: House battery not charging properly. Bypass solenoid?

Wolfe is on the trail. You have bad connections. Ditto on the solenoid only needing one small terminal. However, make sure you clean the mount where it is bolted in place because that is the ground connection,.
YC 1 11/13/15 04:05pm Tech Issues
RE: House battery not charging properly. Bypass solenoid?

First you must find out if the control voltage of the solenoid is there before you throw the baby out with the bath water. Of course you can bypass the solenoid. Just pile up the big wires on one side or the other. Before doing that check the small terminals on the solenoid. You should be getting 12 volts on one and zero on the other. This is the control voltage. If you have a blown fuse somewhere the voltage might not be there.
YC 1 11/13/15 12:32pm Tech Issues
RE: Trickle Charge The Chassis Battery From Coach Batteries?

Use one of these Great product and easy to install.
YC 1 11/13/15 12:28pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Ceiling Fan ?????

Ceiling fan Our 12 volt fan is rarely off. It works great. Our first one started a ticking sound. The new one was obviously improved compared side by side and it has lasted 6 years. Mine is quiet and moves plenty of air. Think outside of the box when mounting. Build a color matched base block that will spread the pressure out and the padded ceiling will not be an issue. Make sure you have room if you have slides.
YC 1 11/12/15 07:03am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Identifying Electric Short?

Pop Rivet and silver solder a new one in place. A picture is already posted of the type than can be bolted in place. That is, bolt the one end back on and solder the other end on with a pop rivet for good measure,. In any case, you have plenty of warranty left so I would not give it much thought. If one of those pops you do have a very serious short. It is usually easy to find the source of the short. Just follow your nose to the source where the electrons ran out,.
YC 1 11/11/15 08:46am Tech Issues
RE: Help with Basic 12v troubleshooting, lights

Try swapping the bulbs between the fixtures.
YC 1 11/09/15 03:16pm Tech Issues
RE: Holiday Rambler Scepter 42 2008

Was that $4K for just the DPF or was there other work? My Scepter is side radiator and hydraulic fan and his is likely the same. That was for the filter, labor, and a couple of probes. It had been trying to regen but was acting strange when it finally went into the limp mode. Of course heading up a hill just ten miles from Cummins. I had to have it towed. That was probably $600 but the good folks at Coachnet took great care of me.
YC 1 11/09/15 02:59pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Holiday Rambler Scepter 42 2008

My 2008 Endeavor with the 400 isl has a dpf. Just had to replace it. They tried to clean it but it had holes in it. 4K later it has a new one. If the unit has a rear radiator you can change the fan blades out which reduce the noise significantly as well as increasing your mileage about 1/2 mpg and you will notice an immediate improvement in acceleration. There is a plug and play chip that will spice things up and improve mileage even more and helps with the power.
YC 1 11/09/15 06:07am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Soft breaks on dp

Brake tutorial. If it says to reroute to another page or link that is fine.
YC 1 11/08/15 07:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Viair 400P, 400P-RV differences?

The two hoses together are very long. There is one fitting that is a bit handy. You can simply screw it onto the valve and walk away while it fills. If it over fills just disconnect and use the other tool to let air out. I found a bracket made for them and mounted mine inside a compartment. Lengthening the power cord I am able to run it without removing it. If I need it for some other project it is held onto the bracket with wing nuts. The bag is just fluff for my use.
YC 1 11/07/15 05:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Soft breaks on dp

Look on the right side of the engine, towards the radiator. Easy to locate. The cap could be blue or black. The governor that is. Right side to me is the passenger side.
YC 1 11/07/15 05:53pm Class A Motorhomes
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