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RE: Black tank and toilet paper and chemicals

Tried most all of the residential and septic safe brands and had backups in the turdlet. The best I've found that work so far is Scotts RV from wally world as I won't use the single ply sandpaper.
YamaDooed 07/28/14 09:53am Travel Trailers
RE: Is Re-gearing worth it?

Re-gearing isn't worth it for the number of trips listed per year. You would be better off just changing the tire size back towards the stock range for towing to get your rpms back were you want them.
YamaDooed 07/11/14 06:18am Tow Vehicles
RE: new water pump question

You'll need more info than just psi rating. Do you have the make and model number for the pump?
YamaDooed 07/08/14 06:07am Travel Trailers
RE: I tried to alert him.

The rear bed slides seem a bit more rugged than the side slides... Outside of it sticking way beyond the taillights I would think its not such a catastrophic event.
YamaDooed 07/02/14 06:29am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Equal-i-zer hitch ... is this normal?

I used a dab of grease to quiet the squeak and didn't notice much difference in sway. It really only takes a second to wipe off if you encounter too much sway.
YamaDooed 07/01/14 01:27pm Towing
RE: Talking to myself

Talking to yerself is normal answering yerself is not.
YamaDooed 07/01/14 07:25am RV Pet Stop
RE: Weber Q cleaning tips?

Run grill for 15 minutes on high scrub grates with stainless steel wire brush.
YamaDooed 07/01/14 06:26am Travel Trailers
RE: My Jensen radio has developed a bad habit...

+3 on the alarm ( but im not assuming any guilt). To the previous post, The Jensen has Aux inputs for audio and video on the back panel. Which when you access can also add a ipod adapter plug.
YamaDooed 06/26/14 03:18pm Travel Trailers
RE: 921 bulb low light replacement or 12v dimmer possible?

I replaced the 921 lamps in two fixtures with a 921 NA which is just the amber version and much easier on the eyes.
YamaDooed 06/11/14 07:26am General RVing Issues
RE: Your iPad is Listening to You

Eavesdropping on anything the transmits and receives is possible at any time. OnStar and cell phones included.
YamaDooed 06/06/14 06:34am Technology Corner
RE: Hazmat codes

UN 1203 for Gasoline... I ASSumed this as there are thousands of gases out. :) there.
YamaDooed 06/06/14 06:22am General RVing Issues
RE: Water heater Problem

Could be some scale build up on heating element or you may have a leaky bypass or check valve on your heater. Which maybe more noticeable on the electric heating operation only side of the heater. I've always used gas to heat the water and electric to keep it heated along with turning both gas and electric on initially to speed up heating or back to back showers.
YamaDooed 06/06/14 06:19am Tech Issues
RE: Air conditioner mod help needed

I would look into using a Potter Brumfield SSR for this project. Depending on the duty cycle it runs you may have to mount it on a heatsink.
YamaDooed 06/06/14 04:59am Travel Trailers
RE: Starter Solenoide

Starter solenoid should be an intermittent duty solenoid activated by the key switch. The house or chassis isolation solenoid will be continuous duty solenoid. I would have the starter tested to see if the amp draw is too high.
YamaDooed 06/04/14 06:34am Class A Motorhomes
RE: Weber Q200 Trash?

I originally had the no heat problem with my cheaper Weber go anywhere grill when I tried to hook it up to a bulk cylinder with a Mr Heater adaptor hose. I thought the two manufactures products wouldnt work together till I bought a official Weber bulk adaptor hose and it didnt work either. After a two beer troubleshoot process I found the propane flow was reduced more than it should at the regulator and my first thought was a regulator issue. Now is where the second beer troubleshoot came into play and just going through the useless customer service flowchart kicks in. I grab my trusty schrader valve core tool and remove the core from the bulk output hose. I then reattach bulk cylinder and hose to grill wallah!!! Problem solved. When I upgraded to my Q220 with a bulk hose I wasnt surprized that Weber didnt fix the problem. This time i was able to adjust the valve core one half turn which allowed enough flow to heat the grill to 700 deg and still allow a bit of safety without removing the core completly. Funny thing is I tried to notify Weber they have an issue with the hose adaptor on their regulators are too short to contact the schrader core pin...
YamaDooed 06/02/14 08:34am General RVing Issues
RE: Better quality 7-pole RV connector?

Bargman makes a decent 7 pin connector with a right angle molded cord its listed in their fifth wheel section.
YamaDooed 05/30/14 09:33am Tech Issues
RE: what size tongue jack to get

Since I have a pretty much the same trailer with the taller stance I highly recommend the Barker 3500lb 24" unit... You won't need to add a flip foot or crib blocks under the jack foot to level the trailer on slanted sites... This also should allow you to open the tailgate without hitting the jack head when hitched up... Struggle free lifting with level and work light...
YamaDooed 05/14/14 07:53am General RVing Issues
RE: Engine squeaking #$%#$%#

You can usually get a harmonic balancer puller and pusher "free loaner" from autozone they've even lent me it when I didn't even buy the part from them. Most come off relatively easy if you have room. Others take hours to remove most of the front end radiator, condenser,grill etc.
YamaDooed 05/13/14 06:40am Tow Vehicles
RE: Anybody towing with a late model gasser?

According to the OP the tech said its a fuel related issue that caused the HPFP to fail. So why wouldn't the fuel supplier be to blame? They should be responsible for the repair bill not Ford. Or did I miss something?
YamaDooed 05/13/14 06:03am Tow Vehicles
RE: Drill Bit Guide

For me the best way is to measure the drill size is with a set of calipers. Then you can just compare the decimal reading and you'll know if its a fractional, letter, number or even metric drill bit.
YamaDooed 04/10/14 01:32pm General RVing Issues
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