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RE: Winnebago owners forum

as well as a yahoo group: winnebago-owners@yahoogroups.com
rk911 06/11/17 07:52pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Coach-net vs. Good Sam roadside

Chevy - Ford X2 - or less filling/tastes great mary ann/ginger
rk911 06/11/17 07:41pm General RVing Issues
RE: Dash Cam on Class A

I purchased the KDLinks X1 full XD dash cam with GPS. The suction cup mounts anywhere on the windshield. The connects can swivel so it can adapt to Amy windshield angle. It is very easy to use - just plug it in and it starts recording (you can stop it). The images are really good and you can see what you need to. I'm considering the same purchase but want to mount it on the dash and not the windshield. does the mounting bracket adapt to that configuration or can it simply be mounted upside down?? are there any comparable dash cams that can actually be mounted to the dash?? I got a dash camera mount on amazon that clamps onto the rear view mirror bracket, comes with about 5 different fittings for various cameras. I still have two "permanent" circles on my windshield from when I was using the suction cup. bumpy thanks, bumpy. unfortunately no rear view mirror on our MH.
rk911 06/11/17 05:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Dash Cam on Class A

I purchased the KDLinks X1 full XD dash cam with GPS. The suction cup mounts anywhere on the windshield. The connects can swivel so it can adapt to Amy windshield angle. It is very easy to use - just plug it in and it starts recording (you can stop it). The images are really good and you can see what you need to. I'm considering the same purchase but want to mount it on the dash and not the windshield. does the mounting bracket adapt to that configuration or can it simply be mounted upside down?? are there any comparable dash cams that can actually be mounted to the dash??
rk911 06/10/17 04:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Bad experience

Booked a site online with all my camper specifics, get there and the staff says my camper is too big so they cram me in a cul de sac with 10 other campers. Neighbors up until 10:30 grinding and banging on his truck. I call the office they tell me he's 'almost done' and it should be quiet soon. Rules specifically state no washing or maintenance on vehicles. Cable never hooked up. Not a big deal I don't watch TV a whole lot but why say you'll do something when you don't. What recourse do I have as far as getting satisfaction? everybody reports to somebody. make a stink and don't back down.
rk911 06/10/17 10:13am General RVing Issues
RE: Do you know the answer to the Monaco Question...?

unless there is something weird abt the RV fridge there's no reason not to run it on propane. we had lp/elec fridges in our motor hones for 30-yrs and always ran them on propane while driving.
rk911 06/07/17 08:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What's up with Coach Net ?

If you look as a non subscriber, 249 per year is all that's available! there are no multi year options etc unless I'm looking in the wrong place. I know existing customers get the page shown but if your not a current customer that doesn't exist. Try it without your member number or computer that has a cookie as you being a customer. I'd love to find the page that offers those prices! i'm seeing the same thing you're seeing. a call to CoachNet would be in order.
rk911 06/07/17 08:37pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: What's up with Coach Net ?

so for 3-yrs it's $74 p/y or $149 p/y. by comparison the Good Sam ERS is showing $69.95 for 1-yr of standard auto/RV coverage and $104.95 for 1-yr of platinum auto/RV coverage. those are "sale" prices. regular pricing for the standard plan is $117.95 and $144.95 for the platinum plan. it's not unreasonable to believe that a 3-yr GS plan would be the same or less than the 1-yr rate X 3. whether the CN or GS plans match up head-to-head remains to be seen but GS claims to now have telephone technical support much like what CN has. my point was to illustrate that the CN prices, while a bit higher, are not out of line as compared to CN.
rk911 06/07/17 03:39pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Do Not Disturb While Driving mobile feature coming

ummmm...couldn't ya just not answer the phone or turn it off?
rk911 06/06/17 07:24pm Technology Corner
RE: No water

All was well last fall before i winterized. Now i have good water to main sink cold only, no water from hot faucet. No water from either side in bath sink or tub. Had lots of air and some water from all to begin with. Water heater has water from vent when open, so it would seem that is full. No water leaks underneath. What did i do? Thanks did you remember to return the water htr bypass switch to its normal position?
rk911 06/05/17 08:35pm Tech Issues
RE: Worried about "break ins"

We live in the woods with nobody around. Every time we leave the house to go on a trip I worry about some meth head breaking in, so I ordered a roll of this to put on the doors when we leave. check with your local police/sheriff and see if they do vacation watches. ours does and will come by once per day or week depending on the length of time we'll be gone. they rattle doorknobs and check around the property.
rk911 06/05/17 07:01pm General RVing Issues
RE: Draining fresh water (waste of water)

I sanitized our fresh water tank this weekend. We are normally in full hook-up sites but next week will be in a partial hook-up so we will be using our fresh water tank. I had to fill it and flush three times to get the bleach smell out. It occurred to me that I was just pouring 40 gallons of water out and letting it run down the driveway. I captured what I could in a 5 gallon bucket and carried it to the flower beds, lawn, etc. It would have been so much easier if I could have attached a garden hose to the outlet, but for whatever reason the manufacturer didn't see fit to install a hose connection. Does anyone know why they don't? I like to do my part in water conservation. I'm assuming it would be easy enough to rig something up, but that still doesn't explain why they're made the way they are. next time use baking soda mixed in several gallons of water (forgot the mix ratio but you can find that on line), then fill the tank about 2/3...drive around the block a couple of times, let sit overnight and drain. tank should be sweet smelling.
rk911 06/05/17 06:58pm General RVing Issues
RE: Sanitizing fresh water tank - no open inlet

Did a search and could not find my topic even though is likely discussed previously. Likely not using the right search criteria. Anyway, ..... 2009 Tiffan RED. Fresh water inlet fed from the rig water hose inlet through a two way valve. Meaning to fill the fresh water tank you simply change the valve to fresh water tank and it fills through the main system. The tank has never been sanitized and we think we picked up some water that is not so good. How do I get bleach into this closed system/tank? A second related question is I cannot find the fresh water tank drain. I would hate to use the water pump to drain the tank. Where should I look. Thanks for any help in this matter. pour the bleach into the hose, connect the hose, flip the switch to TANK and turn on the water.
rk911 06/05/17 10:36am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Rockport storms

Rockport storms :h based on the title I thought the post was gonna be about a new RV from Rockport called the Storm. :)
rk911 06/05/17 10:35am Snowbirds
RE: Onan 5500 Stops Running after 15 minutes

any error code on the panel?
rk911 06/04/17 10:17pm Tech Issues
RE: Furniture in the RV

Ok I'm looking at buying a regular love seat to replace the twin recliners that are currently a waste of space. I saw a regular love seat with a console that weighed 100lbs that was pretty cool. My question is how much does an RV love seat with console weigh? The regular one is about half the cost and has more features. you might try calling the mfg with the RV's VIN and see if they can tell you. otherwise go weigh the RV, remove the old furniture and then re-weigh.
rk911 06/04/17 06:03pm General RVing Issues
RE: Massachusetts EZPass Transponder Mounting on my Class A

Where do folks mount their EZPass on their windshields for MA. and probably any state that has an EZPass system? Thxs I put our Illinois I-Pass transponder against the top of the cabinet in front of the driver's seat. the cabinet has a "fuzzy" lining and the Velcro strips on the back of the transponder attach quite well to that material. I-Pass is compatible with EZ Pass and we've not had a problem traveling thru any EZ Pass state.
rk911 06/04/17 04:36pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: VIN location

I purchased a 2006 Coachman Sportscoach 372ds and I need to take it to DMV for registration. They will need to visibly see the VIN number. Can anyone guide me on where to look cause I'm lost it's on the title...that ain't good enough? anyway, if you have a driver's door look there.
rk911 05/31/17 05:46pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Camera Suggestions

what is your definition of 'mid-priced'?
rk911 05/28/17 08:04pm Technology Corner
RE: Roadside assistance

Our Good Sam Roadside is up for renewal in August. We've used it in the past, mostly for lockouts. Don't use their trip planning because we don't plan, hop in the RV and see where we end up. While reviewing our insurance policy (Geico)for the RV and auto, we have roadside assistance with them for about $30/year for both. Similar coverages. Good Sam being $113/year for both. I see no need to pay for double coverage. My big question - has anybody used Geico Roadside and what did you think of their service? Thanks, Ted IF the lizard's roadside service is like AAA's you'll need to locate your own service provider, pay them and then seek reimbursement. pays to find out how it works before making a decision.
rk911 05/28/17 12:15pm General RVing Issues
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