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RE: No water pressure

I would try bleeding the air out of the lines. AKA prime the pump. Most do not self prime too well. (The easy fix) Then start looking for broken or stuck check valves. X2. Almost all the pumps need priming. Get some water in that pump and see if it works!
crasster 06/29/16 09:52am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Calling National RV Seabreeze Owners (Toilet issue)

It is most likely the air vent. Check it for nests or blockage. Bacteria & yeasts will build up in the tank and create pressure if it is not vented out.
crasster 06/29/16 09:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Anyone know a reasonable dash A/C repair shop?

Many A/C repair shops should be able to help you. It's almost a typical A/C for the truck it is built on. A/C components are A/C components. Some shops MAY shy away, but I am surprised the amount of mechanics willing to work on RV's. I'd get reviews on google and call just standard auto repair shops.
crasster 06/29/16 09:48am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Newmar Baystar 3124- No comparison

Without doubt Newmar makes a great coach. There are MANY happy owners around. They are very high quality coaches!
crasster 06/29/16 09:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Sweltering

Magna Shades work very well. Also parking under trees helps a lot. :)
crasster 06/28/16 10:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: XM RADIO

I just found a spot on the top, in the center of the forward cab area and stuck it down to the top with some good ol 3M tape. A very light bead of silicone over the wire along a joint line and wallah! Looks good and works great! We usually keep it playing all day so the pup has something to be entertained with while we go in the water for a while! What channel does your dog like? 70's on 7! Just like his daddy! LOL! They like to hear it out of the subWOOFer.
crasster 06/28/16 10:45am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Age restrictions

They don't like my Toyota RV. I'm not good enough when I drive that in. But they like my bounder. Then I'm good enough. It's a 10 year thing.
crasster 06/28/16 10:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2013 vs 2014 Bounder

What is the price on each one?
crasster 06/28/16 10:43am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Oregon Hiway 42 from Winston to Coos Bay?

Curvy curvy but a fun drive. It's just what you make of it.
crasster 06/23/16 09:55am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2016 fleetwood terra 34b

Is it a major change from another model or just an option?
crasster 06/23/16 09:54am Class A Motorhomes
RE: RV Covers

They are terrible. Paid nearly $400 for one of them, and it started ripping and whipping my other coach within 2 weeks.
crasster 06/23/16 09:50am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water and roof run off marks

I like Sam's club degreaser for this. Works very well. I think there is some type of petroleum based "runoff" that comes off the roof mixed with the minerals from the rain. I think the degreaser "destroys" the petroleum and thus makes the mineral removal easier. Simple green would work for this too.
crasster 06/22/16 09:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: have you seen THIS floorplan?

I personally don't like floor plans that make things "impossible" to use when slides are shut. In the OP floor plan, it looks as though the bunks slide in so far as the master bedroom can't be reached... Of course I may be seeing it wrong...
crasster 06/22/16 09:08am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Electric Cheater Box

Yeah, leaving the male plug out would be dangerous on several accounts. Do you have a photo of the box you are working with?
crasster 06/22/16 09:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Tire Monitors.....

I'd keep them on and not worry about it. RV's have so much maint to worry about those batts is just 1 more thing. They'll probably last a while anyway!
crasster 06/21/16 10:10am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Help Newbie: Is this Class C worth it?

Both the car and RV are worth about $5,000 to $10,000 combined. You are talking about a RV that is 24 to 25 model years old and a car 23 to 24 model years old. In some states, they are eligible for antiques auto license plates! At the ages your have listed, condition is everything! I agree with this, he's asking too much money! 5k-7k tops.
crasster 06/21/16 09:56am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Ride rite shocks

I have a very similar set up & put 60 lbs in them, do not use a high powered compressor, use a bike pump X2 bike pump or you may blow them!
crasster 06/21/16 09:54am Class C Motorhomes
RE: My Baggage Compartment

Are you talking about latches where you lift the recessed handle Which rotates a lever arm on the back side of the door Two rods pull in to unlatch the door Mine are just aluminum rod bent on the end to fit the holes in the latch mechanism I replaced one of mine by going to the hardware store buying rod and the little steel retainers that serve as lock on clips OP You can get rods at Home Depot just FYI. :)
crasster 06/21/16 09:44am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Winnebago Vista 30- first motorhome

After going over inside and outside physical looks at everything, start the generator( if equipped) and check all electrical plugs, switches, lights, a/c, and furnace ( propane on) , stove and oven. TV, DVDs, etc. , Refrigerator operation on both gas and a/c. Run down levelers( if equipped) and then open slide(s), check them outside , and close up. Go up on roof, look at all caulked seams, add water to tank, turn on Hot water tank, run all faucets, toilets, and check shower and drains. Walking around floor, look for irregular staining or soft subfloor ing especially near toilet and shower area. Shut down generator and plug into shore power( even if only 15 amp) and see how basic things work with regular current.( No A/C on low amperage). Lastly, I would pull the caps on the coach battery (s) check water level, and touch with a multimeter to see charged voltage. If this all seems to obvious , I apologize, but I hope that you will have many years of trouble free fun and safe travels, from your friends out East! ALL of this is great! Also check the main truck engine, battery, and transmission. Get a check list of what to look for online. You are basically buying a vehicle AND a self contained house at the same time. Basically test and look at everything.
crasster 06/21/16 09:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fiberglass Cleaner for Motorhome Roof

I also like the degreaser (purple) from Sam's club. Works very very well at getting general mess of RV roofs. I put it on a hose end sprayer, spray stuff down, let soak a bit, mop off, then rinse.
crasster 06/21/16 09:39am Class A Motorhomes
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