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RE: replacement bulbs

RLS7201 12/14/14 10:28am Tech Issues
RE: Kitchen countertop

Eric, Lift the stove cook top and you'll find a screw in each corner, holding in the stove. While you're there you'll see the end of the copper gas line, Unhook it. (need I have to tell you to turn the gas off?) Look closely where the oven door hinges are and you'll find two more screws on the very bottom, outside edges, holding the stove in. Once all six screws are removed and the copper gas line is unhooked, pull the stove forward, being careful of the gas line. It's a five minute, one man job. Richard
RLS7201 12/12/14 10:00am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Fountain Of Youth

The next time you're at Fountain Of Youth RV park, mosey down south a bit to Slab City to see how us poe folk live. ;) :E Richard
RLS7201 12/10/14 12:44pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Funny class A video

He may not be a liar but he is still a typical uninformed salesman. That 1.6L 3 cylinder is really a 200" inline Ford 6 cylinder. But still funny. Richard
RLS7201 12/10/14 11:55am Class A Motorhomes

You give no information about your chassis, so I'll assume you have a Ford gas chassis with tag. Those older Ford gas chassis were world famous for bad rear sway bar bushings. If so, follow this link to quality replacement bushings. at a good price. Richard
RLS7201 12/10/14 11:31am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Quartzite AZ

Now that the subject of VF is put to bed lets see if we can get back to the original subject of ridding ourselves of our grey and black waste. The black of course is the main problem. That has to be pumped out and removed from the area by a pumpout service or by you breaking camp and visiting one of the local places that allows dumping. My favorite subject tho is the disposal of the grey water. When the pumper shows up to dump you by all means do the grey as well. But for those times in between when the black is not ready take your special garden hose that is labeled for grey water only and hook it up to your black and grey water cap at the place provided to screw a hose to. Place the hose in the bushes in a snake/gopher hole or in the nearby creek/drainage ditch and be sure you know the grey water drain valve from the black water drain valve. (They are both black in color) Anyway open the grey water drain valve and drain the grey out. Upon reading this I am sure there are those that are going to holler illegal,unclean and whatever else they can think of regarding this action. It is not illegal on BLM land in the quartzsite area. Let the argument begin. http://www.blm.gov/az/st/en/prog/recreation/camping.html Richard
RLS7201 12/08/14 03:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Engine starting battery being charged while parked?

Fleetwood motorhomes, except Flair and some class Cs, from 1996 on charge all batteries when plugged in or on generator. The change over was made in midyear 1995 so some Fleetwood motorhomes made in 1995 charge all batteries when plugged in or on generator. All others can be made to charge all batteries when plugged in with a Trik-L-Start or like device. Richard 95 Bounder
RLS7201 12/07/14 12:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Battery Equalization

As Designed, your Fleetwood DP will close the battery isolator relay when either battery bank reaches 13.3 volts. So yes an equalize will effect both battery banks. Richard
RLS7201 11/30/14 04:15pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: yellowstone

Another camping option while staying at Yellowstone is Henrys Lake SP just 15 miles west of the west gate. Beautiful setting with full hook-ups. The rates are also much less than staying in Yellowstone. Richard
RLS7201 11/26/14 09:46am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Opinions on Winegard Roadstar 2000 TV Antenna

I COULD possibly fit a Sensar IV on top, but because my roof is not flat (it's curved to shed water) it would not be parallel to the ground unless I mounted it dead on the camper's centerline, which is not possible. Not sure I could orient it to "park" on the roof, either. Winegard does make a exterior roof wedge for sloped roofs. Winegard part number RW-2000. For Sensar antenna. You might also need the interior wedge to make things line up. Winegard part number iw-5012. For Sensor antenna. Richard
RLS7201 11/24/14 06:45pm Technology Corner
RE: 15' Ventana 43' got enough grunt?

The Dutch Star has a side radiator that draws a lot of HP to turn the pump, gearbox and fan. The rear radiator Ventana doesn't use as much HP to cool. Don, Help me understand you comment. Doesn't the side radiator fan throttle in and out when needed to reduce energy needs, where as the rear radiator fan runs all the time, consuming HP all the time? Richard
RLS7201 11/21/14 04:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Class A or C ?

Here is what I experienced when going from a 1991 27' Tioga class C to a 1995 33' Bounder class A. Class C E350 460 Ford 10,000lbs 30 Gallon fresh water tank 36 Gallon fuel tank. Average 9mpg 20 Gallon gray water tank 20 Gallon Black water tank 1 12 volt group 24 house battery. No room to add more under hood. 18 Gallon propane tank Class A F53 460 Ford 17,000lbs 100 Gallon fresh water tank 75 Gallon fuel tank. Average 7mpg 50 Gallon gray water tank 50 Gallon black water tank 2-6 volt golf cart batteries. Room to add two more behind front bumper. 24 Gallon propane tank. If you plan on spending any time off grid, tank capacities are important. Richard
RLS7201 11/21/14 04:27pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: oil for cummins 8.3

Read carefully Bob is the oil guy, motor oil university 101-201 and then decide what works for you. Richard
RLS7201 11/18/14 08:09am Tech Issues
RE: Lifter noise vs cracked manifold noise

Steve, A lifter has a very sharp metallic click. A one port manifold leak also goes tick but with a softer swish to it. You noise is probably a right side rear port manifold leak. Stick you head in the right fender well and have a friend burp the throttle. You should be able to hear the manifold leak if you have one. Also look at the right rear manifold bolt, it's probably broke off. Richard 95 Bounder 460 F53
RLS7201 11/13/14 10:10am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Steering Stabilizer

If you have time, go to Precision Frame & Alignment in Elk River MN. They are the best in the Midwest. Richard
RLS7201 11/12/14 02:32pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Build Year and miles on your chassis

1995 Bounder 460 F53. 132,000 miles. Burns a ½ quart of oil in 5,000 miles. Original transmission. If time permits, I intend to rebuild the transmission and stroke the engine to 521 cu. in. next year. Why? Because I can. Richard
RLS7201 11/12/14 09:02am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Water pump question

^^^^AWESOME GUYS! Thanks! Now which line do I remove to introduce the pink RV anti freeze into the system? The side with the filter in the pump inlet. Richard
RLS7201 11/11/14 04:31pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Onan 5500 remote start question

You'll need to parallel the new remote with the existing remote by splicing the wiring harness. Scroll down in this LINK to the diagram see how the switches are wired. Richard
RLS7201 11/10/14 01:03pm Tech Issues
RE: Batteries

Jim, You RV Custom Products Battery Control Center should close the isolator relay when either battery bank reaches 13.3 volts and open the relay when both battery banks drop to 12.8 volts. Have some one hold the emergency start switch, on the dash, in the on position and check to see if both battery banks reach the same voltage. If not the isolator relay is probably bad. The isolator relay is the weak link in your system and is a known failure point. The circuit board that controls the relay very rarely fails. Richard 95 Bounder 32H F53
RLS7201 11/09/14 10:40am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Another Norcold issue

Check both leads of the heating elements to ground. I suspect a bad element is your problem. Richard
RLS7201 11/05/14 06:38pm Class A Motorhomes
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