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RE: Hot Water --Help

I thank all of you that came to our aid. Yes, it was the check valve. There is a good chance there will be no screaming from the shower due to having only cold water. Thanks again and again. Anchor
anchor 07/23/14 09:27am Tech Issues
Hot Water --Help

36' Keystone Challenger 5th Wheel. Full timers with 31' Class C also. 5th Wheel--Hot water does not come out of faucet. I emptied tank (turned off heat), changed house filter, filled and released the air pocket. Water dribbles for a few seconds and stops. Maybe air or blockage in the line somewhere? Anode rod is almost new.
anchor 07/22/14 06:48am Tech Issues
RE: car dollys

Have decided against it so far. Thanks to all the great info. Will keep all in mind if we change our minds.
anchor 11/15/13 09:38am Dinghy Towing
car dollys

Just bought a Master Tow dolly with Surge Brakes for our 2014 front wheel drive Ford. I assume I leave it in Park without Parking Brake. Any other tips appreciated. Tow vehicle is our 31' Class C. Have always towed 4 down previous to getting the front wheel drive Ford. Thanks
anchor 11/14/13 01:55pm Dinghy Towing
RE: Tire Pressure

Thanks much. Great info. We have had this 31' Gulfstream Ultra for about 8 years and don't get out in it as much as we want too.
anchor 10/31/13 10:10am Class C Motorhomes
Tire Pressure

Live in our Fiver fulltime but also have a 31' Class C. Finally want to find out the correct tire pressure for the 275/75x16 tires please. I have been putting in 75 lbs. Just cannot find the answer online. Thanks
anchor 10/31/13 09:06am Class C Motorhomes
RE: Installing Converter

As I may have mentioned--converter installation very successful. I used some of our members info and did not disconnect the main electrical supply especially due to our 98 temps. I found it is not really necessary to shut the electrical down except the 12v since the 12v is all your working with. Many thanks to RV.Net campers and full-timers as we are in Florida. Much appreciated. Thanks also to IAMICHABOD.
anchor 09/15/13 07:54am Tech Issues
RE: Installing Converter

Ooopps! Did not shut off the electrical supply just the 12v batteries.
anchor 09/14/13 10:50am Tech Issues
RE: Installing Converter

How difficult is it to disconnect the electrical supply! It's 98 here in Florida. Have been here almost 40 years. However I will say--when we cruised the islands and ocean we did put up with the temps. Quite a bit younger then. NOW, the converter is installed and works great. This is the 2nd and last time a WFCO will give out on us. Thanks to all for your info.
anchor 09/14/13 10:48am Tech Issues
Installing Converter

Taking out the WFCO and about to install the new not WFCO converter. I'm not sure if I need to disconnect the 110 while installing it. Thanks
anchor 09/14/13 06:23am Tech Issues
Installing Converter

This topic has been moved to another forum. You can read it here: 27233338
anchor 09/14/13 06:23am Forum Technical Support
RE: WFCO Converter Again!

Hey IAMICHABOD Thanks much! I did just order it on eBay at $$$ less. Fantastic tip, thanks again.
anchor 08/31/13 06:00pm Tech Issues
WFCO Converter Again!

After reading the negative responses to the WFCO converter back in 10/2010, I thought buying another would be easier to just plug it. Now however, it seems lights are dimming again. Can someone tell me if other brands will also generally just plug in. We are full time if you think 3 years could be the life of this converter.
anchor 08/31/13 03:16pm Tech Issues
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