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RE: recall on Norcold refrigerator

I just looked at Norcold site. Here is the info on model numbers: Identify and write down the refrigerator model. If it is a Norcold 1200, 1201, 1210 and 1211 model, go to step 2. step 2. Identify and write down the refrigerator serial number. If the serial number falls in the range of 315525 and 13088811, go to step 3. step 3. Identify and write down the cooling unit serial number. If the serial number falls in the range of 700000 and 13085759, go to step 4. step 4. Call your dealer immediately. I just check mine and I am a model 641
1rickw 06/08/15 02:45pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: recall on Norcold refrigerator

Which Norcold refridgerator? Or is this for all of them.
1rickw 06/08/15 02:06pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: minnie winnie i found for sale

Just turn around and run, not walk away!!!
1rickw 06/04/15 06:59pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Class C coachmen 2015

my MH is a 2004, but the chassis is a Ford 2003. That is the usual way MH are done.
1rickw 06/04/15 06:54pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Ever had your mirrors hit by a pasing truck?

Yes!! Last time we went over the Altamont Pass in central California going East, I was in the far right hand lane (my wife says that is where I belong) and a rental truck whizzed by and whacked my mirror. Luckily it didn't break. He just kept on going as if nothing happened.
1rickw 06/04/15 06:49pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: Weber Q 1200

I posted in error thinking that you said the Weber Q was broken now. I re-read it and it said Broken IN!!!!
1rickw 06/03/15 01:40pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: Steam cleaning outside of an RV

I sure wish I could wash my filthy MH, but I resist because I don't want to get arrested by the Water Police!!!!
1rickw 06/03/15 01:22pm General RVing Issues
RE: Weber Q 1200

Take the burner tube out to really be able to get the bottom pan clean. One screw holds it in. Note: If you are running this on a large propane tank connected by hose, be sure that when you turn on gas initially on the tank, that you let the hose pressurize for at LEAST 1 minute before lighting. There is device in it that will turn off full flow and it will not light. I have made this mistake several times on both of my Q's. We also use foil in the drip tray for easy clean-up.
1rickw 06/01/15 04:16pm Camp Cooks and Connoisseurs
RE: New to the V10.. Low fuel pressure

Just had mine replaced. It was doing the same thing for a couple of years. I had half a tank of gas. Don't know if they drained then replaced it, they never said. It starts great now, best in years. I cost me a bit over $1300.00, but that included having a mechanic come to my house to diagnose the problem, then had it towed (AAA) to the repair shop.
1rickw 05/18/15 10:30am Class A Motorhomes
RE: water heater boil over

Mine does it every time I start the water heater. I ignore it because I know it is the air bubble loss.
1rickw 04/01/15 08:56pm Class A Motorhomes
RE: You picked a fine time to leave me loose wheel

All I can say is that I read the title of your thread yesterday, and It didn't make any sense. I re-read it tonite after a few glasses of wine, and now it makes sense. Very funny!!!!
1rickw 03/21/15 10:34pm Truck Campers
RE: 77minnie winnie refridgerator

If it smells like ammonia, then your cooling unit is shot. Been there, Done that.
1rickw 03/15/15 10:05am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Camper Bedding Question from newbie

We have used a Travasak for 12 years. Search Camping World. They are a bit expensive but have been worth it for ease of use.
1rickw 03/09/15 11:04am Hybrid Travel Trailers
RE: Electrical Question on class C

mine is accessed from under the dinette seat, directly behind the exposed panel shown in pic 3. Had mine replaced several years ago and upgraded to 2 6volt batteries.
1rickw 02/28/15 10:44am Class C Motorhomes
RE: How can a GS Park not give my 10% off for extended stay?

That is always the the way they do it at Moss Landing RV Park. I always wondered about it too. I always get about $62.00 off, but the balance should be 10% off of that. If it is done how they do it now, it is cheaper than getting 10% off of 7 nights. It hasn't been a big deal for me.
1rickw 02/16/15 06:44pm Good Sam Club
RE: How to deal with neighbor noise in quiet hours?

Maybe the OP could use the early morning wake up to get our of bed during the warming of the truck next door and go Pee. That's the time (at my age (69) that I usually go then I crawl back to bed.
1rickw 02/08/15 10:49am General RVing Issues
RE: fuel pump and sender module

Just had mine replaced last month. The fuel pump was over $600 and with labor, it came to over $1300. The gas tank has to be dropped because the pump in in the top of the tank.
1rickw 01/21/15 11:41am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Is a house battery necessary if plugging in at campground?

I don't want to sound rude, but if you have to "Budget" for a battery, you may want to re-think getting a Recreational Vehicle. They are like boats -- Money Pits. I wish I had re-thought before I bought one.
1rickw 01/21/15 11:06am Beginning RVing
RE: Please remove your hitch

My wife tells me to stop looking at my phone when I am walking. I have banged into the hitch on my pickup many times, so now I leave it off out of self-preservation. I do, however have my towing bar on my Toad on all the time, but I DO worry that someone with walk into it like I have done several times. It really hurts!!!!
1rickw 12/27/14 07:31pm Travel Trailers
RE: Atwood Water Heater

You should be taking the plug out maybe 2 times a years to flush out the water heater. It will build up a lot of deposits. You can buy new plugs. When you do remove the plug, be sure that the heater is turned off, and don't relight until it refills. Also, this will give you a new "air gap" which you need so the overflow doesn't leak. Mine drips every time I turn it on to heat the water. I have just gotten used to it. You can also buy a rinser for your hose to help clean out the buildup of deposits.
1rickw 12/27/14 07:24pm Tech Issues
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