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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

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anchor 09/14/13 06:23am Forum Technical Support
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