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RE: Highway signs

I have noticed that Mexican restaurants get free advertising by the signs that say "GAS FOOD NEXT EXIT"
Clay Smith 04/13/17 09:06am General RVing Issues
RE: cable routing for solar - vent pipe or drill roof?

Mark, Up on the roof, you remove the vent cap from the grey vent pipe and fish the wire down inside the wall beside the pipe without it ever entering the pipe. If the hole through the roof for the vent pipe isn't large enough for the wire to enter beside it, you may have to remove the entire vent cap form the roof to enlarge the hole. Then reinstall vent cap while sealing it down with some fresh Dicor sealant.
Clay Smith 01/30/17 06:40am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
RE: inverter/converter problems?

It is good that you turned it down to 20 amps. That limits the current into the charger so that the 25 amp breaker for the charger no longer trips and the batteries charge at a slower rate, thereby not heating the cables so much. For your safety, I recommend you have a professonel check things over.
Clay Smith 01/14/17 08:58am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Freedom 458 inverter not charging/no pass thru

For any of you around Quartzsite there is a solar store that repairs inverters including the Freedom 458 for usually less than half the cost of a new one.
Clay Smith 01/14/17 08:19am Class A Motorhomes
RE: increased insulation for refrigerator

When I Had may refer out to replace the cooling unit, I Cleaned out the messy insulation that was falling off the walls of the cabinet and replaced it with a water-heater-blanket from the hardware store. It worked out real good being 48"x76"x2" thick with plastic on one side. I cut it first for the hight then down the middle for two 2 foot wide pieces to fit the cabinet walls. Then the piece off of the top I cut and fitted for the top of the refer and insulate it too. Now when sliding the refer back in, it slides right by the plastic faced insulation.
Clay Smith 12/04/16 12:55pm Tech Issues
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