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RE: Good MI camping w/motorcycle?

North of the bridge (Mackinaw). The roads are bad south of the bridge and way too many 'idiots' in cars south of the bridge. N Sorry Sidecar you're entitled to an opinion but this statement is just not true.....
sch911 04/21/18 07:54am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Samsung Tablet Users..

Not worth it. Replace it. SInce it's using her Google account. Perform a backup. Then when she logs into her Google account on the new device everything will automatically be restored. I recommend the Galaxy Tab S3.
sch911 04/15/18 02:00pm Technology Corner
RE: No 120 volt on passenger side outlets

If your running on shore power then it's likely a tripped GCFI as stated, if your running on inverter only it could be that not all of your outlets are active when on inverter, only a select few....
sch911 04/10/18 11:25am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Dash A/C not blowing cold

I spent several hundred dollars to repair shops trying to find & fix the leak on my 1997 Xplorer on a Dodge 3500 van chassis. Then I bought the hose fill kit and put in 2 cans in the spring and it works all summer. Need to redo each spring, but the cans are only $5 each so it's good for me. Not the environmentally friendly answer but this is also what I do. Learn how to add a couple cans of refrigerant and go on your way...
sch911 04/09/18 05:51am Tech Issues
RE: Why Are There Inside Rear View Mirrors In Class C's

They are required to be there when the chassis manufacturer ships the bare chassis. The upfitters just leave them there. It really is that simple.
sch911 03/31/18 08:50pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: V10 Engine shutdown limp mode in heavy rain

What year MH is it? Ford issued a TSB to fix this type of issue in the early mid 2000's.
sch911 03/21/18 04:50am General RVing Issues
RE: Best way to get outlet/power strip next to bed???

Not sure why this is so difficult. Why can't you just plug an extension cord into the outlet at her side of the bed and run it under the mattress to your side of the bed? X 2
sch911 03/20/18 07:28am Travel Trailers
RE: Flat Towing 2017 Chevy Spark Issue Brakes Tires Squealing

Does it still happen when the Patriot is removed?
sch911 03/15/18 05:33pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Any Help?

Looks like a Play Mor
sch911 03/15/18 07:00am Travel Trailers
RE: Air Recirculation Question

Normal A/C geneally recirculates about 80% on most vehicles, the other 20% is "Fresh" air drawn from outside. For the Ford chassis system it operates in full recirculation, or full outside there is no in between. In fact I know of no chassis system that operates in a partial recirc mode, unless it has advanced controls such as an AQS, Humidity Sensor, or Auto. And that's my job so.....
sch911 03/12/18 02:33pm Tech Issues
RE: Paying dealer prep on a used motorhome?

No!
sch911 03/11/18 08:06am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dilema

He thought that he was replying to responses on a previous Topic of the same name which he created. But he started a new Topic instead.... Previous Topic "Dilemma" is here.
sch911 03/10/18 12:10pm General RVing Issues
RE: Air Recirculation Question

It can only do recirculation while in MAX A/C mode. Recirculation should mainly be used when cooling the vehicle and the A/C system is operating, otherwise it can and does cause excessive window fogging.
sch911 03/03/18 02:53pm Tech Issues
RE: Suburban hot water heater threads

The anode still makes metal to metal contact even with Teflon tape installed. The tape takes up the gaps and keeps it from leaking.
sch911 03/01/18 06:37am Tech Issues
RE: Suburban hot water heater threads

It's a tapered pipe thread which makes it easy to connect. You do need to use Teflon tape on the threads too when installing the new part. Tighten until snug, it will not bottom out since the threads are tapered.
sch911 03/01/18 04:59am Tech Issues
RE: Fuel Filters change ISC Cummins

I fill both filters and have never had any issues.
sch911 02/28/18 10:39am Class A Motorhomes
RE: If in my shoes, What would you do now?

The NG policy document pdf's are generated before you pay. I just disregard that statement since It's clear that I have paid.
sch911 02/28/18 08:30am Good Sam Insurance
RE: Tire speed

I think the smaller tire is going faster Definitely turning faster, but not moving faster over the ground.
sch911 02/27/18 03:23pm Tech Issues
RE: Tire speed

This must be a trick question . :)
sch911 02/27/18 03:12pm Tech Issues
RE: Where can I find a 12 VDC 32 inch or larger TV

This is a case where you should err on the side of getting a good TV such as Samsung, Sony, or LG. Forget the 12V hookup and go with a small inverter (as previously mentioned).
sch911 02/27/18 03:05pm Technology Corner
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