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RE: Replacing 30amp male plug

And if the inlet gets over loaded, arcs and "burned" will it be easy to find in a small resort town? I think cutting the cord is a good idea. But leave a four foot pig tail and put on a standard male three prong 30 amp RV plug. Then install a female plug on the remaining cord. You may want to consider installing an inlet and using a detachable cord. I'm in the keys and there are no rv shops. My choices are west marine, Kmart, and home depot. I checked out a true value and the only plug they had was really cheap and not meant for outdoors. Which store do you think I'll have the best luck at. I'm on bicycle so I'm trying not to ride all around the island.
Domromer 08/22/16 07:52am Tech Issues
RE: Replacing 30amp male plug

No stored power. Just ensure you wire the common and hot correct and the lugs are tight. You may want to consider installing an inlet and using a detachable cord. This allows you to carry a spare in the event one is damaged. I'm not sure what an inlet is. It sounds like a good idea to have a plug that can be replaced.
Domromer 08/22/16 07:25am Tech Issues
Replacing 30amp male plug

The male end of my 30amp plug is kinda Burnt from being plugged into a 110 extension. It looks like replacing the male end of cord is pretty straight forward. Any precautions I should take first? I'm wondering is there any stored power I need to be aware of when I open the plug.
Domromer 08/22/16 06:48am Tech Issues
RE: Making ovecab bed more comfortable on Winnebago navion?

Foam topper is what we were thinking. I wasn't sure if there was some sort of super secret rv mod...I'll have a look on amazon and see what's available.
Domromer 05/14/16 11:10am Class C Motorhomes
Making ovecab bed more comfortable on Winnebago navion?

We just picked up our new to us navion last night. We plan on doing a big road trip and sleeping in the over cab bed. The bed is pretty thin, I wanted to add a mattress topper. Is there a specific one that is popular here? I was just going to order one off amazon and cut it to size of bed be.. But I thought I'd check in here first and see what other owners have done Here is a link to a pic of our navion. https://goo.gl/photos/CeNu8qnxtZzH6iXF6
Domromer 05/14/16 06:46am Class C Motorhomes
Looking at a 2007 Itasca Navion M-23H-Sprinter Diesel

We have put the Navion on our shortlist...Anyone here own one? Anything good , bad, or indifferent to say about them? Anything you'd specifically recommend looking at when inspection a used one like this? Is there a navion forum or specific web page we should be looking at?
Domromer 05/02/16 05:53pm Class C Motorhomes
RE: Looking for a campground around Vero Beach Florida?

Thanks for all the feedback. I'll check these out.
Domromer 01/14/16 05:47pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
Looking for a campground around Vero Beach Florida?

I'm driving over from Clearwater to Vero Beach and wanted to spend the night in Vero. Can anyone recommend a camp ground in the area? I tried Sebastion Inlet State Park but they are full for the weekend. I'm open to private campgrounds or city/County camp grounds. We'll be tent camping so hook ups are not an issue.
Domromer 01/14/16 06:48am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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