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RE: Wobbly Winegard Dish

That's likely an AS-2003, and AFAIK Winegard does not support them any longer.
SCVJeff 07/30/15 02:21am Technology Corner
RE: Fantastic Vent-Atwood

That is good news but they did away with the life time warranty and it sounds like the support is somewhat hit and miss. Glad they came through for you.Thats debatable.. They may not say lifetime but I guarantee its at least 9 years.
SCVJeff 07/30/15 01:55am Truck Campers
RE: TV reception in new Fuzion

Its not a booster, its a switch for a power supply, the amp is in the antenna. There has to be one there someplace
SCVJeff 07/29/15 03:50am Toy Haulers
RE: Deal of the Day from Solid Signal

you might try this for HDMI sat recording i don't have one YET, and i don't have a Sat reciver but the home web site says it will work http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/61Rf0d5rK0L._SL1199_.jpg width=400 http://www.amazon.com/HDMI-Cloner-need-Capture-streaming-videos/dp/B00TF9MCXUno mention of HDCP management.... Hummmmm
SCVJeff 07/28/15 08:54pm Technology Corner
RE: Deal of the Day from Solid Signal

Can I connect this up to my Dish satellite receiver in the S&B and record programs to watch later in the camper? Thus could be a useful tool if I can.Nope.. its for recording off-air only
SCVJeff 07/28/15 01:36pm Technology Corner
RE: Deal of the Day from Solid Signal

This one says its a STB3500 I'm thinking of it more as an RV tool that you can record shows with very little power draw whilst out at the campfire. BTW- everything is compressed, including OTA, it just depends on how hard. Certainly WAY less than the Satellite or cable folks who sometimes are picking up already compressed video off air then doing it again
SCVJeff 07/28/15 12:29pm Technology Corner
Deal of the Day from Solid Signal

OTA set-top receiver with built-in DVR and HDMI output HERE
SCVJeff 07/28/15 11:47am Technology Corner
RE: Interior coach lights dim and flicker ???

10v says it all
SCVJeff 07/28/15 10:47am Class A Motorhomes
RE: 2015 Explorer

Side note - U-Haul will still not rent you a trailer if the TV is an Explorer.tell us more...
SCVJeff 07/28/15 10:31am Tow Vehicles
RE: was this one of you guys??

Link Broken
SCVJeff 07/27/15 11:41pm Travel Trailers
RE: 2015 Explorer

I traded my 2002 Explorer 4x4 V8 Limited in for a 2012 4x4 Limited, both fully loaded including factory tow packages. I can say for a FACT these two vehicles are in no way shape or form even remotely related to each other, period. The 2002 is a truck, the 2012 to present is a Flex. When I bought mine (unchanged to date), there were more Bently's on the road in this area for at least the 1st year, people thought it was a Land Rover. Never had a problem towing the boat in either, but there sure is a difference in power. The V8 feels way more secure power-wise where the 2012 makes up for it with 6 speeds fancy shifting routines and assisted power train braking.
SCVJeff 07/27/15 11:37pm Tow Vehicles
RE: FL county tells resident:keep barbecue smoke in own yard

A law about BBQ smoke... Incredible And they say that California has the whack jobs.
SCVJeff 07/27/15 11:07pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Aerial Photo of your house?

You've got a few shots right out of Independence Day.. Beautiful.. What are you flying?
SCVJeff 07/27/15 10:48pm Technology Corner
RE: relay switch

Its likely its simply a coil whose plates are starting to vibrate, and it is VERY common with big power relays. If you've ever been in the main breaker room coming into a building or even distribution room, it is rare that some contactor, ATS, or transformer isnt singing the 60hz anthem. Not fun to listen to but i doubt you'll get it replaced unless its failing to stay closed.
SCVJeff 07/26/15 06:36pm Tech Issues
RE: How can I find the right sized struts to lift van hood?

I don't think they were ever an option on this van. Those who are saying 'any auto parts store', are you talking about my custom install? Or thinking I am replacing existing parts? (I am not.)Understood, but thats where you will find them regardless. You already said you need to fab brackets, so now you need to look at length. HERE is a tutorial to figure out what you need.
SCVJeff 07/26/15 11:58am Tech Issues
RE: How can I find the right sized struts to lift van hood?

Off the shelf at Pep Boys
SCVJeff 07/25/15 11:37pm Tech Issues
RE: Wineguard Antenna Issue

WOW, now that I know where you are it's no surprise you can't see anything. Even the top hit is 3kw@33miles BEHIND the hills. No wonder you are seeing the fades you are.
SCVJeff 07/25/15 09:55pm Technology Corner
RE: Wineguard Antenna Issue

1st of all, 50 is usually a marginal signal at best. Some boxes will tell you you are about to lose signal, others not. Considering that you are likely trying to watch the local Sacramento stations down in Walnut Grove, it wouldn't surprise me that the signal dips you are seeing are due to inversion fades that I am very familiar with in that area and they have been brutal the past few weeks. Before you start trying to trouble shoot something that may not be equipment related, look at TV FOOL.com and see what the calculate receive signal should be where you are located, keeping in mind that those numbers have no idea about the famous SJV inversion fades.
SCVJeff 07/25/15 02:36pm Technology Corner
RE: One 50Mv 500A shunt, two ammeters?

I've seen it done with a Magnum BMK and a BlueSky solar controller in a friends coach. He says it works fine.. The impedance of those meters have to be high to keep from loading the shunt.
SCVJeff 07/24/15 06:55pm Tech Issues
RE: Sacramento to Bakersfield

The 99 is about the same as the 5 (both badly need repair). Scenery is different. On the 99 you will have many more on/off ramps so there is more merging traffic. Beyond that, it is a nice drive."I5" and "scenery" should never be used in the same sentence.. :)
SCVJeff 07/24/15 06:52pm Roads and Routes
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